Debate over Chick-fil-A’s financial contributions to anti-gay groups has resurfaced here at NYU. Though many other schools boycotted the fast food chain, participation at NYU was lackluster. This may be due to the fact that our love of anything fried outweighs our moral obligations. All of us have struggled trying to decide whether to be a fatass or stand up for something. But we can have it all! I mean this is New York City after all, and there are plenty of places to get some delicious fried chicken without funding anti-gay organizations. Here are a few of our favorite places to get our chicken fix.
Momofuku Noodle Bar
Located on 1st avenue between 10th and 11th st, Momofuku noodle bar offers a fried chicken dinner by reservation. It’s disgustingly amazing. They serve two whole chickens that feed four to eight people (or just one really hungry person)! One chicken is battered with buttermilk and old bay and the other is a spicy glazed Korean style chicken that is fried three times. Three times! At $100, it can actually comfortably feed quite a few people.