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Farmbird Grilled Chicken Now Open on H Street


625 H Street, NE

Anyone take a taste? Check out Farmbird’s Menu (PDF) What’s the early word?

“At Farmbird, we want to change the way that people think about chicken. By combining the rare pleasure of a perfectly roasted chicken with the bold flavors we’ve come to love, we hope to put a new spin on the nourishing, sustainable food we grew up eating.

Our menu items are prepared from scratch daily, using fresh ingredients and classic techniques. No freezers, no fryers, no microwaves. We’re committed to serving only the highest quality, never-frozen chicken. Our birds are raised humanely on an all-vegetarian diet without growth hormones or antibiotics on regional farms in Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.”

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