Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Bobwhite Lunch and Supper Counter officially opens today

Bobwhite Lunch & Supper Counter is officially opening today on Avenue C near East Sixth Street... (they had a soft opening of sorts on New Year's Day.)

Last Thursday, owner and founder Keedick Coulter distributed 250 samples of the restaurant's fried black eyed peas (which included a card good for one free dessert with the purchase of a lunch or supper) to passersby on Avenue C and in Tompkins Square Park.


Per Fork in the Road:

"Although the final menu is still being tweaked, it will include fried and grilled organic chicken suppers; hot sandwiches with fried chicken, grilled chicken, or pork chops, featuring homemade condiments and relishes; simple Southern sandwiches like pimento cheese, egg salad, and chicken salad; seasonal Southern vegetables like collard greens; and traditional Southern desserts such as banana cream pie parfaits and red velvet cake."

And here's a photo of their southern-style fare via the Bobwhite Facebook page...


Previously.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

All these southern motherfuckers movin up here, opening their fuckin southern restaurants n shit, not assimilating, mothafucker if u love ur southern shit do it down there, stop making everyone up here fat n corny.

Anonymous said...

I'm from California, I ain't never ate a supper before!

Goggla said...

After losing Acme and Old Devil moon, I've been hankering for some good Southern food...will give them a try.

Anonymous said...

Yesterday I went by (I'm from the south and love homestyle cooking) and there was a big sign on the door saying "we're closed today, sorry, but please come in and say hi!" I tried to come in and say "hi" but the door was locked and the gentleman inside had no interest in having me say hi or even set foot in his place. I wanted to see the menu really bad but I was rebuffed. Bummer. And damn it was cold out!

I did not get the friendliest feeling. Am willing to give them another try though.

Anonymous said...

mmmm yummm. Went to Bobwhite's tonight...it was delicious. Make sure you put the honey on the chicken. oh.my.lord.

Jae Pak said...

I'm korean and have never had food like this before. I went by the first day they opened. The food was very fresh and had great flavor.

Anonymous said...

Had the chicken plate this evening. Excellently fried, moist chicken and the biscuit was delish - no butter needed... reasonably priced menu as well.

To the person who commented on the lack of a "friendly feeling", the owner was super nice so don't be too quick to judge!

Marty Wombacher said...

From the comments and from the photo, I'm going to be trying it this weekend. I've been having a craving for fried chicken and it looks great.