Party Fowl Opens In Chattanooga Monday

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Party Fowl – the one-of-a-kind spot for unique Nashville Hot Chicken dishes, boozy slushies, brunch and more – announced plans to open its fifth location in Middle Tennessee at Hamilton Place Mall in the former Bar Louie space on Monday. With four existing locations across Nashville and its greater metro area, Party Fowl is expanding east as Chattanooga’s first authentic, full-service hot chicken bar and restaurant.

Whether looking to dine inside or al fresco, Party Fowl Hamilton Place offers 4,200 square feet of indoor space, along with a covered patio that seats 80, featuring retractable garage doors, and an open-air outdoor patio that seats 40. Adorned with 16 TVs throughout the restaurant and a full-service bar, Party Fowl will be bringing fun for the whole family right off the bat with St. Patrick’s Day offerings like Rueben egg rolls and green beer, March Madness drink specials and full-sound games throughout the tournament, weekly trivia from Nerdy Talk, weekly live music and additional events and specials throughout the year, including NFL watch parties as official partners of the Tennessee Titans.

Guests of Party Fowl Hamilton Place will have the opportunity to enjoy all of Party Fowl’s signature hot chicken dishes, which are available in five heat levels starting at plain southern fried to mild, medium, Nashville Hot and their spiciest signature level – “Poultrygeist.” The menu, created by Executive Chef Bart Pickens, features half bird plates, tenders, tacos, sandwiches and more, including crowd pleasers like Hot Chicken Beignets (boneless chicken breast served on Texas toast with dill pickles, served with bourbon-glazes beignets and coleslaw). Patrons can also enjoy lighter options like salad and gumbo, plenty of appetizers for the table, a kids menu for little ones and Party Fowl’s expansive selection of beers, including local options from both Nashville and Chattanooga, as well as craft cocktails and boozy slushies like their fan-favorite Bourbon Bushwhacker, said officials. 

Party Fowl’s brunch, named “Best Brunch in Tennessee” by Food Network, featuring items like the colossal Brunch for Two (55-ounce Bloody Mary topped with two whole fried Cornish game hens, two whole scotch eggs, eight fired okra and a whole avocado) and the Hot Chicken & Stuffed French Toast (house-made cinnamon brioche stuffed with apples and bourbon cream cheese, dipped in cinnamon custard, skillet-fried and served with hot chicken and bourbon syrup).

Upon opening, Party Fowl Hamilton Place will be requiring masks and social distancing, in accordance with all local COVID-19 health and safety guidelines. For additional information and updates on Party Fowl, please visit www.partyfowl.com or follow along on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

It will be open Monday-Thursday from 11 a.m.–9 p.m., Friday from 11 a.m.–10 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m.–10 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m.–9 p.m. Brunch will be served Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and the Brunch Happy Hour runs from 10 a.m. to noon featuring $2 mimosas. Happy Hour will be Monday–Friday from 3-6 p.m. and on Tuesdays all day from open to close.


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