Monday, September 21, 2009

Fast Food Corner


There was a time in the late 80's and early 90's where fast food chicken restaurants were disappearing from the greater Delaware County area. Sure, we still had our KFC, but other places like Popeyes, Church's, and Genos faded faster than The Dallas Cowboys do in December.

That trend has changed the past two years. Yep, Popeyes has come back with authority, opening numerous restaurants in the area, thus challenging the almighty Colonel. Now, a Church's Chicken just opened up in Woodlyn. With the tremendously positive experience I had at Popeye's, I'm looking forward to giving Church's a whirl. In the coming weeks, I'll have a full recap of the experience. Thank me later.

6 comments:

Heff said...

Let me know, as I've NEVER eaten at a Church's.

sirgeb said...

There's a Church's Chicken in Suburban Station. It looks scary, but I definately want to try Popeye's before I try Church's.

Ink and Stone said...

Never even heard of Church's. Looking forward to the review!

Brooklyn Brawler said...

church's is in bad neighborhoods that el pad keeps clear of

call me what you like but i call myself smart

Lisa said...

Popeye's has the best red beans and rice, but their chicken can't even compare to the colonel. Never heard of Church's ... will have to check it out.

Reverse said...

KFC's Double Down Sandwich: Is Chicken Instead Of Bread Going Too Far? (VIDEO)

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