This family-operated business has updated the old-fashioned practice of kettle-cooking—frying its chicken with intense heat in stainless steel drums, allowing the juices to be sealed beneath a crackly, generously battered skin. This is soulful Southern goodness, and for folks who appreciate this kind of food—it's a bit greasy, but you can say that about any respectable fried chicken—Honey's is well worth a visit. In addition to the golden bird, the menu also offers
a satisfying fried catfish, hot cakes, and some of the fluffiest biscuits in town. Hang out on the patio with a glass of homemade lemonade and observe the hipsters filing into the high-end eateries that surround unpretentious Honey's.