Nash’s Hot Chicken opening new brick and mortar on Central Avenue

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Nash’s Hot Chicken popped up next to the Independent Bar in the EDGE District several months ago — and since its inception on Central Avenue, it has been a fiery sensation. Now, the owners of Nash’s are looking to set more permanent roots in one of the most bustling districts right next to Buya Ramen at 905 Central Ave.

Nash’s signature sandwiches include the Blaze with Me, a hot chicken sandwich with Nash’s pickles, smoked gouda, and coleslaw on potato bread. Want to devour a pun? Sink your teeth into the Cluck Norris, which combines Mac and Cheese, baked beans on potato bread.

Hungry for a little something different? Try the early bird. It combines hot chicken with cream cheese, bacon, and strawberry jam.

Fried chicken sandwiches and tasty southern desserts

Nash’s Hot Chicken even offers dessert; the marshmallow caramel dutch apple brownie is a revelation.

The new restaurant space should open in early December. Follow Nash’s on Instagram for updates.

This new brick and mortar location will offer limited indoor seating and outdoor patio seating.

Joining Nash’s is Pin On Cafe, a new Japanese comfort food restaurant opening in the former Chang Mai location.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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