Authentic Amish Fried Chicken Comes to Fairfield County
Some of my relatives live in Lancaster County, outside of Philadelphia, PA, and they always brought Amish food here in Connecticut when they came to visit us.
I went from Medium Dave to Large Dave eating Amish chips and the amazing chicken from this place called Gerber Amish Farms that they raised locally. I grew up respecting the Amish way of life and the Amish dedication to upholding their traditions. I’ve seen Amish furniture in a bunch of places around here, but Amish food is hard to find. I never see Gerber Amish Farms chicken, but that’s about to change.
I saw an article from ctpost.com that Fairfield, Connecticut is going to have an authentic Amish fried chicken restaurant. Inseparable is a group of three fried chicken restaurants in three different towns in Pennsylvania: Newtown, Doylestown, and Bryn Mawr, always misspelled and misspelled.
they are from announced on their social networks that they are expanding for the first time outside of Pennsylvania, into Connecticut, and that they are opening their fourth restaurant at 2385 Black Rock Turnpike in Fairfield.
Here’s a Google Street View of the future location of the Fairfield Lovebird, it’s a small mall along the Black Rock Turnpike, and it’s going to smell like the kitchen bird soon there.
Lovebird uses Gerber Chicken Amish Farms and they produce some of the best chickens I’ve ever had. Lovebird’s menu looks simple – fried chicken, chicken sandwiches, popcorn chicken, a few salads and bowls, a few sides and that’s it. Simple and tasty cuisine. I can’t wait to try it on the opening.