Chicken & Champagne at Bok a Bok Fried Chicken

Chicken & Champagne at Bok a Bok Fried Chicken
Meet Bok a Bok: a Korean fried chicken joint and newly opened toast of the town in South Seattle. The fast casual concept by Chef Brian O’Conner (previously of Roux and Skillet) is just in time for summer – aka the season delicious spicy fried perfection. Stop in for a quick lunch with a Sake back or grab a 100 piece wings for your inaugural Hawks pre-season, game day party. The important part is you can get damn good chicken fast – plus a premium beverage to cool down. The Chicken: Before I dive into Chef O’Connor’s menu, let it be known that the chicken at Bok a Bok is not your ordinary fried chicken. This is the Cristal of chicken with a fiery Korean twist. Bite into a moist juicy boneless thigh coated in fluffy batter with an audible...
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Bust out the Bubbly: 5 of Seattle’s Champagne Cocktails

Bust out the Bubbly: 5 of Seattle’s Champagne Cocktails
“Too much of anything is bad, but too much Champagne is just right.” ― F. Scott Fitzgerald The new year has arrived. The future is upon us with a sea of endless possibilities, and that sea has a bubbly, champagne float. As we walk willingly into the unknown, we’ll bring our glasses of champagne out on the dance floor to cheers in the spirit of health and happiness. Besides the standard André, Moët, or Dom, it's time to venture out into the unknown seeking out something more, something with liqueur, something with bitters. Join me on a quest through the Seattle craft scene for the perfect Champagne Cocktail. The typical Champagne Cocktail consists of sugar, Angostura bitters, Champagne, brandy and a cherry. Check out these Seattle spin-offs. Champagne Cocktail TRACE TRACE downtown offers a classed-up, spicy version of the Champagne...
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