Pudgie’s Original Skinless Fried Chicken 20-Piece Meal or $7 for $15 Worth of Food and Drink at Pudgie’s Famous Chicken in Bay Ridge

Eating out eschews the manual labor associated with cooking, such as rinsing fruits and vegetables and removing the inedible pits from meatballs after skinning them. Kick back and relax with this Groupon.

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  • $18 for Pudgie’s Original Skinless Fried Chicken 20-piece box, including three large sides and 10 dinner rolls (a $39.99 value)
  • $7 for $15 worth of chicken, burgers, sides, drinks, and more

Pudgie’s Original Skinless Fried Chicken starts at $12.49, a three-piece combo is $6.99, buffalo wings start at $3.99, Nathan’s Famous hamburgers are $2.99, and chili dogs are $3.69.

Pudgie’s Famous Chicken

Pudgie’s Famous Chicken’s cooks boast a wide-ranging menu of poultry-anchored meals. Their signature Pudgie’s Original Skinless Fried Chicken dish is crafted from fresh halal-certified chicken that arrives in an 8-, 12-, 16-, or 20-piece batch of wings and thighs flanked by sides such as coleslaw, onion rings, and mac ‘n’ cheese. A healthier alternative to traditional fried chicken, Pudgie’s skinless chicken contains zero grams of trans fat and less fat and cholesterol than its counterpart. Standard buffalo wings and their boneless alter egos are dressed in various sauces, such as Teriyaki, Thai Chili, or Cajun Barbecue, and poultry alternatives include Nathan’s Famous burgers and hot dogs as well as Arthur Treacher’s fish and chips. The restaurant also serves large groups, catering special events such as birthday parties and Lord of the Rings extras reunions.

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$15 for $30 Worth of Southern Fare and One Dessert at Miss Mamie’s Spoonbread Too ($34.95 Value)

Now referring to a well-defined cuisine, “comfort food” used to be a blanket term for whatever one happened to consume during open-mouthed naps. Feast on modern comfort fare with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of southern fare and drinks, plus one dessert at Miss Mamie’s Spoonbread Too (up to a $34.95 total value).

Miss Mamie’s Spoonbread Too, lauded in the New York Times and Oprah magazine, dishes out a menu full of Dixie comfort fare. The southern-fried chicken ($13.95) is escorted by two sides and a choice of bread, and the North Carolina barbecue ribs ($15.95) enthralls diners with an off-the-bone flavor collage. Louisiana catfish ($16.95) arrives flanked by sides such as candied yams, corn-bread stuffing, or potato salad ($3.95 each), making for a diverse collection of ammo during food fights. To wash down meals, diners can swig drinks including fresh-squeezed lemonade ($3.95) and Spoonbread punch ($3), and cap off meals with desserts including sweet-potato pie ($3.50 value), red-velvet cake ($4.95 value), and homemade peach cobbler ($4.95 value).

The cozy, welcoming interior is inspired by the checkerboard-tiled kitchen of the owner’s Alabaman mother, Miss Mamie Jean Sampson, who was known for inventing full-contact checkers.

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Korean-Style Fried Chicken Meal for Two or Four at Unidentified Flying Chickens in Queens (Up to 59% Off)

Humans evolved to crave proteins, fats, and salts, which is why most people instinctively love fried chicken, and why most cave paintings are speculative blueprints for fast-food restaurants. Realize the dreams of our ancestors with this Groupon.

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$12 for a Korean fried-chicken meal for two (up to a $27 value)

  • One large item, which includes two sides (up to a $19 value)
  • Two additional sides (up to a $2 value each)
  • Two beverages (up to a $2 value each)

$22 for a Korean fried-chicken meal for four (up to a $54 value)

  • Two large items, which include two sides each
  • Four additional sides
  • Four beverages

Large items include a 20-piece serving of wings or a 12-piece serving of drumsticks. Sides include Korean pickled radish, macaroni, french fries, or sweet-potato fries ($1.75 extra).

Unidentified Flying Chickens

UFC’s lightly fried, thoroughly crispy, delicately sauced Korean-style fried chicken has been both praised and profiled by the New York Times and New York Magazine. Fresh cuts of meat fry in oil free of trans fat and cholesterol, pulling out the fat in the skin and leaving each piece without the build-up of grease that makes American fried chicken so difficult to properly throw. The resulting crunchy exterior gets doused in a coat of one of four sauces, including traditional Korean soy garlic or tangy American barbecue mustard.

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Fried Chicken and Comfort Fare at Chicken Holiday on Staten Island (Up to 55% Off). Two Options Available.

Buffalo is the only word that, without conjugation, represents all major parts of speech: noun, proper noun, verb, and sauce. Ace ambrosial English exams with this Groupon.

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  • $15 for $30 worth of fried chicken and casual fare
  • $25 for $55 worth of fried chicken and casual fare

The menu includes tubs of fried wings, breasts, thighs, and legs ($26.95 for 20 pieces), buffalo wings ($11.95 for 16 pieces), and ribs ($7.95 for three).

Chicken Holiday

Specializing in crispy servings of fried chicken, Chicken Holiday dispatches tubs that hold up to 50 pieces of white and dark meat, as well as batter-dipped fish, ribs, and buffalo wings. Sides such as real mashed potatoes and mini loaves of corn bread round out comfort-food feasts, which can be enjoyed in the restaurant, carried out, or delivered to a home or orbiting space station. Family and holiday specials corral chicken, ribs, shrimp, and sides into combos, and a catering menu ensures no partier gets peckish.

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