The Chicken Ranch Is Delivering For Lights In The Heights

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If you find you're in The Heights tomorrow night and feeling a little peckish (or even a lot peckish), The Chicken Ranch, 6500 N. Main, wants to help. Tomorrow night during Lights In The Heights from 4 to 10 p.m., they'll be out delivering fried chicken and sides to the area on their Stella scooter.

You may have to suppress some giggles ordering, though. Here are the offerings:

  • Little Brothel Combo: Eight pieces of fried chicken, two large sides and three biscuits: $24
  • Big Brothel Combo: 16 pieces of fried chicken, three large sides and eight biscuits: $48
  • Johnny Cash Hot Wangs: six for $8 and 12 for $15

The sides are creamed corn; mashed potatoes; collard greens; macaroni and cheese and okra and tomatoes.

The minimum order is $24. Call them at 713-550-3823 to order. Allow them 20 minutes to get to you through the crowds on their scooter.

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