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March 29th, 2005 12:00 am Annamaria Pardini | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2005

Tender, juicy fried chicken and all the right fixings are available to go from the roadhouse-ish Fryer Tuck. Gigantic chicken dinners ($7.25) satisfy your inner Little John with heaps of crispy, batter-fried potato wedges and addictive sour-cream dill dip, barbecue baked beans, tangy potato (or creamy macaroni) salad and a buttered roll. If smoky taverns don't faze you, wash it all down with a pint of award-winning Tuck's Brewery ale ($3.25) in the lounge. (AP)
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