Chix on 11th Street in the U Street Neighborhood

IMG_6024, originally uploaded by Prince of Petworth.

I was wondering what this place was. I was most taken by the sign that says “eat responsibly”. That seems like a funny selling point to me. But anyway I was glad to see a post in Counter Intelligence describing the new restaurant in detail. She explains that Chix is “an organic, environmentally conscious rotisserie chicken eat-in and take out place owned by Lukas Umana and Victoria Garcia. Stock is made on site daily, the rice is organic, the chicken comes from their rotisserie, and it’s garnished with onions and cilantro.”

So has anyone checked it out yet?

6 Comment

  • Great! Can’t wait for the vegans to chip in on how responsible it is, though.. 😉

  • this place sounds cool. Like some of the unique, quirky places in NYC. I can’t wait to try this place.

  • I’m not a vegan, but I do hope the chicken comes from a family farm (dare I say local?) instead of one of those industrial poultry facilities. But I love the idea of a “responsible eating” place. Who knew 5 years ago this would become more or less mainstream marketing?? Cheers!

  • On the counterintelligence site, it has a link to where they get their chicken–Freebird, in Lancaster, PA.

  • Thanks for investigating and sharing, Melissa. I’m off to get me some Freebird soon!

  • TheNeighbor

    Great… I can’t get that song outta my head.

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