The ultimate fried-chicken crawl in L.A. Here's where to go

The goal was to hit as many female-run restaurants serving fried chicken in a day as possible. We made it to 10.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • July 25, 2022
You may have seen El Gallo cruising the streets of Santa Monica. He’s a canary yellow 1973 Oldsmobile 98, with a rooster head bolted to the roof of the car and a curved feathery tail attached to the trunk. His deep red, wavy cockscomb adds an...
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