Auntie April's Chicken, Waffles, & Soul Food Restaurant
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This Bayview institution is one of our favorite places to hit up on mornings when we need a hangover cure in the form of perfectly-fried chicken and waffles. Each order comes with two pieces (tenders, leg, thigh, or breast) and your choice of the original, cinnamon, or red velvet waffle. And lots of syrup. If it’s nice out, enjoy it all on their parklet out front.
If you’re looking for a post-11am spot to grab breakfast, head to Auntie April’s. The soul food restaurant in Bayview delivers some of the best excellent chicken and waffles around - perfectly breaded fried chicken and housemade plain, cinnamon, or red velvet waffles.
Auntie April’s is a Bayview institution and where you should go anytime you want a plate of incredible chicken and waffles. Each order comes with two pieces (tenders, leg, thigh, or breast) and your choice of the original, cinnamon, or red velvet waffle, and you can enjoy it all on their parklet out front. They’re open Thursdays to Sundays starting at 11am.
The soul food restaurant in Bayview opened in 2008, and has been making incredible chicken and waffles ever since. You can choose between an original, cinnamon, or red velvet waffle, which is then topped with two pieces of juicy and super crunchy chicken (you can get any combination of thigh, breast, or leg). The order, of course, comes with a side of syrup, which I happily drizzled over my delicious lunch feast.
For a picnic spread of waffles, perfect fried chicken, and cornbread, stop by Auntie April’s in Bayview. Their chicken is tender and juicy with a deep golden-brown breading, and is fantastic with maple syrup and an original, cinnamon, or red velvet waffle.
It’s your day off, and you deserve better than frozen Eggos for lunch. Head to Auntie April’s in Bayview. The soul food spot delivers some of the best chicken and waffles around. What makes their version great? The chicken is tender, juicy, and perfectly breaded. And you get your choice of housemade plain, cinnamon, or red velvet waffles. Plus syrup, of course, which you should drizzle all over everything.
For some damn good soul food, you’ll want to make your way into Bayview and grab a seat at Auntie April’s. This restaurant is a San Francisco institution (est. 2008), thanks in no small part to the eponymous dish made with the most perfectly breaded fried chicken and house-made plain, cinnamon, or red velvet waffles.