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Out of the Fire and into the Fryer at Quincy’s Chicken Shack

Qs-9by Trey Moran

We enjoyed a nice preview dinner at the newest endeavor from the people that bring you Truck Yard and Twisted Root.  Quincy’s Chicken Shack opened in Coppell about 3 months ago and is business is starting to pick up.  Named for co-owner Quincy Hart and loosely based on his family recipes, they wanted to give the place the vibe of hanging in someone’s back yard. Mission accomplished.  

Inside is a big open room with big barn doors and a massive Mason jar chandelier.  Family style picnic tables lined with hay bales for sitting. The hay bales were my only complaint of the night. They were not as comfortable as you would think. I did over hear that they were making a change to this so crisis averted.  A massive door opens up to the patio area. Filled with vintage style lawn furniture, tables, a lighted windmill and an old truck with its bed converted to a stage, it was one of the better patios I’ve been to lately and there’s nothing like it in that area. There is also an outside bar.   Continue reading

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