If fried chicken is important to you, there’s news worth noting in Huntington.
Storyville American Table on Green Street has a new Louisiana-born chef at the stick, Bobby Bouyer, and he’s helping revive Storyville’s all-you-can-eat fried-chicken dinners on Sunday nights, according to general manager Doreen Pagano.
Starting Sunday, June 25, Storyville customers can stuff themselves with fried chicken — plus mashed potatoes and coleslaw — between 5 and 9 p.m. for $21.95.
And Bouyer’s hefty rendition of a flattened, fried chicken breast on a waffle, which comes with country gravy, maple syrup and wilted collards, is now on Storyville’s regular menu for $19.95.
Storyville is attached to Finley’s of Huntington, and its menu is available throughout both spaces.
Before joining the 4-year-old Storyville, Bouyer was chef at Mineola’s Bicuits & Barbecue (which he helped open), and has cooked in New York City, Chicago and New Orleans. He replaces Storyville’s former executive chef, Brian Finn.
Storyville American Table, 43 Green St., Huntington. 631-351-3446. storyvilleamericantable.com