Enjoy Chicken Sandwiches at these Louisville Restaurants

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Whether you enjoy your chicken sandwiches grilled or fried, these local restaurants in Louisville have you covered. Dig into a delicious treat with toppings that range from mayo to melted cheese. The best places for chicken sandwiches near our Louisville apartments include:

Mussel & Burger Bar 

At the Mussel & Burger Bar, you’ll find a menu full of classic bar and grill fare with a gourmet twist. This restaurant with a warm and casual setting provides the perfect place to meet friends for dinner and drinks. During your next visit, try the MBB grilled chicken sandwich. The chicken breast comes covered with bacon, provolone cheese, tomatoes, and other toppings on a pretzel bun. 

Royals Hot Chicken 

A Louisville fixture since 2015, Royals Hot Chicken offers some of the tastiest chicken in town. You’re sure to enjoy the hot chicken sandwich. A customer favorite, it’s served on a potato bun and is topped with mayo, dill pickles, and shredded lettuce. Choose your heat level and pick a side like crinkle-cut fries or broccoli and bacon salad. 

Doc Crow’s 

Located inside a building that’s been standing since 1869, Doc Crow’s takes everyone back in time. Once the home of the Bonnie Bros. Distillers warehouse, this popular establishment later became a paper goods company before the restaurant opened its doors. Don’t miss the Dixie chicken sandwich. It comes with your choice of a Cajun grilled or Southern fried chicken breast topped with tomatoes, onions, lettuce, and mayo on a brioche bun. The sandwich is served with a side of Doc’s potato chips, and a slice of key lime pie makes for a delicious dessert.

Before biting into a chicken sandwich, you can shop until you drop at local vintage stores. If you would like to call Axis on Lexington home, please contact us. Our leasing team will show you everything you can enjoy as a resident of our Louisville apartment community. 

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