North Hampton’s ‘new’ restaurant, Sweet Chix Kitchen area, moves to Route 1

Georgann Dolfay

NORTH HAMPTON — Sweet Chix Kitchen’s specialty fried chicken has observed a new household on Route 1, eight months soon after launching for takeout in Greenland at the Place Check out Restaurant.

Sweet Chix chef Stevie Driscoll’s homegrown fried chicken recipe will now be served for indoor and outdoor eating at the previous City Farmhouse space at 184 Lafayette Road. Driscoll and co-homeowners Sandra Makmann and Matt Martin are hoping to open by mid-August, having shut the Sweet Chix procedure in Greenland past 7 days to start the moving method.

New spot ‘screams fried chicken’ 

Makmann, who has owned the State See Cafe since 2012, started Sweet Chix with Driscoll and Martin final November to help get by in the course of the pandemic when much less individuals have been eating out. Driscoll’s chicken, brined overnight in sweet tea, rapidly developed a subsequent, foremost Sweet Chix to glimpse for its own room. Makmann explained the room is great for a fried chicken cafe with its brick walls and wood features.

“The canvas is already there,” Makmann explained. “It screams fried chicken.”

Chef Stevie Driscoll, Sandra Makmann and Matt Martin are moving their Sweet Chix fried chicken takeout operation to a new dine-in space in North Hampton. Pictured from right are Driscoll, Makmann, Martin, local Realtor and foodie Eric Levin and sous-chef Jake Barisano.

The new restaurant will attribute picnic tables, Driscoll describing fried hen as primary picnic foods. He grew up seeing his grandmother cook fried chicken for family members get-togethers on Cape Cod, serving the people of her seven kids, which amounted to about 30 to 40 cousins.

“She’d be in essence jogging a small restaurant,” Driscoll claimed. He made a adore of cooking at a younger age and stated he has been doing the job on his fried rooster recipe given that he was about 16 many years old. Considering the fact that the, he has mainly worked in high-quality dining, learning from regional chefs like Matt Louis of Portsmouth ahead of getting the chef at Ronaldo’s in North Hampton.

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