Wildly popular Philly fried chicken and doughnut shop Federal Donuts will be serving several of its signature dishes all this month in New York City.
Chef and restaurateur Michael Solomonov and his team are offering his fried chicken sandwich and three flavors of doughnuts at The NoMad Bar starting today until October 31 — part of a promo for their new cookbook. Solomonov will be on hand Tuesday night to greet people.
James Beard Award-winning Solomonov, Steven Cook, Tom Henneman, Bobby Logue, and Felicia D’Ambrosio’s Philadelphia restaurants is one of the country’s most revered casual restaurant shops. The location in Philly regularly draws lines, and when Federal Donuts has popped up in New York before, it’s had massively long lines, too.
The NoMad Bar, located at 10 West 28th Street near Broadway, will be serving the restaurant’s hit fried chicken sandwich, which comes on a potato roll with buttermilk ranch seasoning, American cheese, pickles, and a spicy sauce. It was a runaway hit in Philly a couple years ago and quickly became a permanent part of the Federal Donuts menu.
Doughnuts featured here will include a crumberry (cranberry glaze with cranberry pie crumb), a triple chocolate (a chocolate glaze and chocolate cookie crumbs), and a burnt caramel (dulce de leche glaze and burnt sugar).
People wanting to grab Federal Donuts without traveling to Philly will pay a bit of a premium, though.: The sandwich costs $7.50 in Philly, but here at The NoMad Bar, it will be $15. Doughnuts cost $2.75 in Philly and will be $5 at the pop-up.
Take a look at the full NoMad Bar menu for the month: