Nash's Hot Chicken's new St. Petersburg location is now open

Check out Central Avenue's new chicken shack.

click to enlarge "OG" Nashville Hot - NASH'S HOT CHICKEN/ FACEBOOK
NASH'S HOT CHICKEN/ FACEBOOK
"OG" Nashville Hot

Just weeks ago, popular St. Pete food truck, Nash's Hot Chicken, announced it was swapping out its wheels for a storefront. Now the concept is slinging hot chicken from its "coop" at 905 Central Ave. in St. Pete’s Edge District (stylized "EDGE"), next door to Buya Ramen.

While the storefront is going to serve up Nash’s signature eats like the Southern Bird and the Cluck Norris, diners can also look forward to new menu items like Nashville hot chicken salad and homemade banana pudding.  

Dishes range from $10-$12 with items like tender baskets, salads and sandos on steamed potato bread. One classic sandwich is the "OG" Nashville Hot, made up of tenders, coleslaw, and Nash's sweet heat pickles (pictured above). 

Sides ring in at $4 and include eats like mac and cheese, bbq baked beans, coleslaw, seasoned fries and bacon braised collard greens.

The fast-casual restaurant can seat up to 10 guests inside as well as outdoor patio seating. As you make your way to the counter, you'll see the walls covered in glowing reviews from the local foodies. Hours for the new location are 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Sun.-Thurs., 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Fri.-Sat. Street parking is available for customers.

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