Where You Can Find The Best Fried Chicken in Naperville

Fried chicken in a fry basket

With a crispy coating that gives way to juicy chicken, it’s no wonder that fried chicken has been a comfort food favorite for generations. If you would like to enjoy this time-honored dish with all the fixings, order delivery or pickup from one of these restaurants near our apartments in Naperville:

Traverso’s 

When Lena Traverso came to America from Italy at fifteen, she didn’t speak English. But according to her family, “her cooking sure could talk.” Years later, when her sons opened Traverso’s, she helped by bringing her favorite family recipes and cooking talents. Today, her fried chicken is a customer favorite. It’s served with oven-baked bread and the choice of salad or homemade soup. 

Brown’s Chicken

A Chicagoland fixture since 1949, Brown’s Chicken offers a recipe you won’t find anywhere else. The chefs prepare a buttermilk batter with cottonseed oil to deliver a golden crunch on the outside and a moist, flavorful inside. They also make sides from scratch using the finest, freshest ingredients. Pair your chicken with the green beans and mashed potatoes and order for pickup or delivery. 

Two Brothers Barrel House

Two Brothers Barrel House is one of Naperville’s newest homes for artisan beer and American comfort food. Founders Jim and James Abel discovered their passion for beer while traveling the world. They turned their grandfather’s milk tanks into fermenters, and donate the spent grain to local farmers. For dinner, try the fried chicken served inside a buffalo wrap. It features lettuce, buffalo sauce, and ranch dressing, and pairs well with a pint of Pinball Pale Ale. Both the wrap and beer are available for pickup or delivery. 

After dinner, catch a movie under the stars at a local drive-in theater. You’re sure to enjoy an evening you won’t soon forget. 

To call our apartments in Naperville home, please contact us. We’ll arrange a tour so you can see firsthand all that our Naperville apartments have to offer. 

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