With a chalkboard menu, green lunch trays, and plastic tablecloths, Feed feels like a down-home Southern cafeteria - with cafeteria prices. For under $10, you can get a juicy, well-seasoned quarter rotisserie chicken and pick two sides from a list that we can’t count on two hands. As a bonus, it’s BYOB, and there’s a hidden little patio perfect for family dinners in the summertime.
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