Dayton restaurant serving up ‘sloppy fries’ as well as meals for health-care workers

‘It's an egregiously decadent comfort meal,’ owner of The Chicken Spot says

There are loaded fries, and then there are those covered in “everything but the kitchen sink.”

The Chicken Spot, 3261 W. Siebenthaler Ave. in Dayton’s  Northwest Plaza, offers its  seasoned waffle fries and sweet potato fries  covered in a variety of “sloppy toppings” that includes a choice of two sauces, chopped chicken tenders, crispy bacon, shredded romaine lettuce, chopped tomatoes and pickled onions.

    

The Chicken Spot's owner and chef, Anthony Head, says the  restaurant's signature Mac and cheese can be added to the "sloppy fries" for $2.

“Of course our version of  ‘loaded fries’ would be big and messy,”  Head said. “We'll make it as sloppy as you want. It feeds two easily. It's an egregiously decadent comfort meal.”

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The loaded fries have been available since earlier this year at the restaurant known best for its chicken sandwiches:

🐔 The Chickenhead: boneless chicken breast with pickled onions served on buttered toasted buns.

🐔The Medusa: boneless chicken breast topped with macaroni and cheese, collard greens and pickled onions served on a buttered toasted bun.

🐔The Veganhead: plant based chicken alternative with pickled onions served on a toasted bun.

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Extra sauce is $1 on the loaded fries.

Sauce options includes “Cdubb Gold” (Caroline Gold); Big Mama's BBQ Sauce; Gem City Hot Sauce (Buffalo Sauce);  Garlic Parmesan; Thai Garlic Chili; or “Mac n Chz Sauce,” a blend of sharp and smoked cheddar and  mozzarella.

    

The restaurant offers carryout, delivery by DoorDash and curbside pickup, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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A Plexiglass shield is being added at the counter as a further safety precaution, Head said.

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Head said the restaurant has also planned a meal program for medical professionals.

Meal sponsors can donate cash,  buy gift cards or declare their intent to buy a meal for a doctor or nurse when they order.

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“I'm matching those donations one-for-one to give meals to our front-line health-care workers,” Head said in a message exchange with this news organization. “(I) will work with some local nursing organizations” to deliver some bulk orders.

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What: The Chicken Spot

Where:  3261 W. Siebenthaler Ave. in Dayton's  Northwest Plaza

Hours:  3 p.m. to 7 p.m.  Monday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The eatery is closed Sundays until the state's order that restaurants be closed to dine-in customers is lifted.

Contact: (937) 813-1618 | Facebook  | Instagram

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