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Feast Your Eyes on Street's Fine Chicken, Now Serving Up French-Inspired Fried Chicken

The Black Eyed Pea is reborn

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When Gene Street closed the first-ever outpost of his iconic chain Black-Eyed Pea earlier this year, it was bittersweet. Many diners have fond memories of enjoying chicken fried steaks and perfectly fluffy yeast rolls in the restaurant at 3857 Cedar Springs, which has officially been reborn as Street's Fine Chicken.

The new concept, helmed by Chef Tony Street of Y.O. Ranch, is decidedly more modern than its uber-casual predecessor, and also features a full bar complete with craft cocktail menu.

Open since last week, Street's is serving up new takes (think chicken thigh sandwiches with peri peri aioli and escabeche red onions) and classics alike, including a griddled version of the family's famous chicken fried steak. Scope out photos of the newly-reborn space above.