Deep Ellum fried chicken wings it to North Dallas for late-night craving
Fried chicken from Deep Ellum has made its way north: Brick & Bones, a bar in Dallas' Deep Ellum neighborhood, has launched a spinoff out of Revolving Kitchen, the virtual kitchen at 520 Shepherd Dr. in Garland.
The expansion allows them to greatly expand their delivery route to all parts north. Well, within a five-mile radius of Revolving Kitchen.
Brick & Bones was founded in 2015 by Cliff Edgar, with a name that referred to the decor and menu: "There's a lot of exposed brick, and then the bones is chicken bones," he said.
Their chicken has been acclaimed but they're also one of the few places available on DoorDash and UberEats serving late-night food and fried chicken until 2 am.
They'll offer the same late-night hours at the Revolving Kitchen location, as well.
They specialize in Mexican-inspired fried chicken, served in buckets, as tenders, or with waffles. Other menu include salads and deviled eggs.
At the second location, their menu includes:
- dark meat fried chicken that's been brined for 24 hours, battered, and deep fried, in 3-, 6-, or 10-piece orders
- chicken tenders
- naked chicken - 2 thighs and a drumstick, deep fried without batter, served with salsa verde, grilled scallions, and corn tortillas
- hot chicken - 3 spicy hot drumsticks, celery sticks, and avocado aioli
- Mexican-style corn
- habanero bacon mac & cheese
- poblano mashed potatoes
Plus a chimi chicken sandwich, featuring fried chicken breast with chimichurri sauce on a toasted bolillo bun; and the B&B Bowl, featuring poblano mashed potatoes topped with gravy, corn, chicken nuggets, Oaxaca cheese and diced jalapenos.