Thursday, March 15, 2018

Sticky's bringing the chicken fingers to Union Square

A new outpost of Sticky's Finger Joint — "New York City's finest gourmet Chicken Finger restaurant" — is opening in a retail space in the Zeckendorf Towers along 14th Street between Irving Place and Fourth Avenue.

EVG regular Pinch, who shared the above photo, believes this space was previously a GameStop (which moved to another storefront a block or so away).

This will mark the fifth Sticky's location in NYC.

If you're new to Sticky's, then here's background via their website:

Created in 2012 by Paul Abrahamian and Jon Sherman, Sticky’s Finger Joint is New York’s first variety gourmet chicken finger restaurant. Sticky’s takes the classic chicken finger to an elevated level by not only locally sourcing ingredients and using farm raised, antibiotic-free, hormone-free, chicken, but also by putting unique, flavorful, and creative spins on this childhood favorite.


Gojira said...

"Gourmet chicken fingers". Wow, remember when New York was a city for adults?

Anonymous said...

@Gojira: Right!! (BTW, Grieve, how's that Kellogg's store on Union Square North doing?)

Anonymous said...

Oh the irony, the Zeckendorf's commercial ground floor is pretty much fast food chains while the Mt Sinai medical offices fill the 2-5th floors.

Anonymous said...

Put on my adult diaper and grab my baby rattle.... Get some chicken fingers and cereal.
Afterwards, perhaps go to the 13th step!

MrNiceGuy said...

I'm a fan of their first outpost in the West Village. They have great boneless fried chicken with some creative, tasty sauces. What's not to like?

Also, my girlfriend visited the Kellog's store this weekend and had a blast. For $6 they also send you off with a HUGE box of cereal (in addition to all-you-can-eat cereal toppings in the store). Good times!

Anonymous said...

We ARE in Kansas everybody.