What’s on the menu at P.G. Clucks, a spicy fried chicken shack in Little Italy
P.G Clucks—a grab-and-go spot serving up fried bird by the bucket and in sandwich form—has taken over the 192–square-foot space front next to the Royal Cinema on College Street. The short menu of five sandwiches ranges from by-the-book (a classic with coleslaw and pickles) to almost-fancy fowl (a chicken cordon bleu–inspired stack, for instance), and a few of the sandwiches incorporate cold cuts made by owner, Pawel Grezlikowski. Chicken is available in regular and spicy Nashville Hot varieties.
In 2013, Grezlikowski shuttered his Kensington Market storefront, Hogtown Charcuterie, but continued selling his salamis wholesale and at the Junction Farmers’ Market. When one of Grezlikowski’s biggest customers, Bar Volo, approached him about a symbiotic venture, he jumped on the opportunity. P.G Clucks is connected to Bar Volo’s new Little Italy location, Birreria Volo, so it will fulfill all of the bar’s hot-food orders (right now that’s limited to a single sandwich and plates of fried chicken). Here’s a look at some of the dishes hitting the deep fryers.
610 College St., no phone, @pgclucks