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Aunt Lee's Chicken- Clearwater

CFishman | Dec 29, 2007 02:45 PM

I thought today was going to be my chance to finally eat at Eli's BBQ but it was closed. I started heading back to eat at one my staples in Clearwater when I noticed Aunt Lee's Chicken and Fish at 1403 N. Myrtle. I have found fried chicken a little hard to find in the area so I decided to stop. The signs were pushing the gizzards hard, so I got a small order of gizzards and a couple of pieces of fried chicken. The fried chicken was nicely spiced and cooked very well. I also liked the gizzards quite a bit. I got fries, which were fine, but I should have gone for the yams and black eyed peas instead. Doesn't matter, I will be back. They cook the chicken fresh, so it takes 10-15 minutes. I intended for the chicken to be a picnic at Honeymoon Beach but it didn't even make it to Dunedin. Anyone know any other fried chicken places around? I would particularly like to hear about places in Tampa.

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