Revival

Row 1

Details
4257 Nicollet Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55409
Southern / Soul, Fried Chicken
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • I had the burger it's ok. It's hard to get a table here. I still think The Lowbrow is just as good and easier to get a seat.
  • Fantastic fried chicken in Minneapolis? We know we aren't in the South, but Revival has the winning recipe!
  • Best fried chicken in Minneapolis!
  • Cant beat the traditional fried chicken. Tennessee Hot lives up to its name, if you love a good heat. The black eyed peas side was our favorite. If you like Southern Food, Revival the place to go.
  • My favorites are the chicken, both regular and Tennessee Hot, the pork rinds, macaroni and cheese, greens, and they had cheese curds last time which were excellent
  • Spicy chicken sandwich, owwwowwww
  • Chicken is good but try the regular buttermilk style if its your first time.
  • Everything here is incredible. Half bird with hush puppies and biscuits! The perfect lunch!
  • 2-piece white chicken, hoppin johns, collared greens rhubarb pie, you're all set
  • The chicken was great but not nearly hot enough to be in league with Nashville Hot Chicken. Minnesotans will find it on the spicy side, but folks who really love it spicy should get the Poultrygeist.
  • The mac and cheese side is a must.
  • Half bird and hush puppies are fantastic
  • The chicken!
  • Southern fried chicken with collard greens and Johnny Cakes. And pair it with one of their great MN local beers. The food is worth the (long) wait.
  • Everything
  • Show up 15 min. before 11AM open on Saturday to be seated immediately.
  • The chicken thigh sandwich (Tennessee Hot) pairs perfectly with the creamy, savory mac and cheese side. Definitely a "Oh, hell yeah!" lunch experience for your tastebuddies.
  • They have bottles of the same poultrygeist sauce used on the chicken if you're not sure about the heat level. Always a good option in lieu of fully melting your face off...
  • The house made potato salad brings some surprising, but welcome freshness to the table. And, it's damn good to boot!
  • The hush puppies are basically tasty tiny chunks of deep-fried corn bread. Crispy outside, soft inside, with the perfect touch of sweetness and well-paired dipping sauce.

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