Hand-Breaded Chicken Fingers and Signature Sauce at Guthrie’s Chicken Fingers (Up to 53% Off). Two Options Available.

Steelyard Commons

92% of 629 customers

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In a Nutshell

Chicken fingers marinate for two days before being hand-breaded, fried, and served with a secret-recipe sauce

The Fine Print

Expires Jan 30th, 2013. Limit 3 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for delivery. Valid only at listed location. Must purchase 1 food item. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $7 for $15 worth of chicken fingers and signature sauce
  • $12 for $25 worth of chicken fingers and signature sauce

Hand-breaded chicken fingers are the foundation of nearly every menu item, including a plate of five fingers ($6.49), a bucket of 25 fingers with Guthrie’s signature sauce ($21.99), a grilled- or fried-chicken pita ($4.99), and a garden salad with chicken ($6.29).

Guthrie’s Chicken Fingers

The first Guthrie’s Chicken Fingers opened its doors in Alabama in 1965, but it wasn’t until 1968 that Hal Guthrie invented the chicken-finger recipe that would propel the eatery to nationwide fame. It took another decade for Hal to dream up Guthrie’s signature sauce, now a family secret guarded more closely than the family sticker book. Motivated by a growing demand from the public for chicken fingers, Hal and his son Chris trimmed other southern items from the menu in 1982, leaving behind only chicken, fries, texas toast, slaw, and the original sauce. Today, cooks still follow Hal’s original recipes at multiple locations, steeping fresh chicken in marinade for two days before hand-breading and frying it to a satisfying crunch.

Guthrie’s Chicken Fingers

The first Guthrie’s Chicken Fingers opened its doors in Alabama in 1965, but it wasn’t until 1968 that Hal Guthrie invented the chicken-finger recipe that would propel the eatery to nationwide fame. It took another decade for Hal to dream up Guthrie’s signature sauce, now a family secret guarded more closely than the family sticker book. Motivated by a growing demand from the public for chicken fingers, Hal and his son Chris trimmed other southern items from the menu in 1982, leaving behind only chicken, fries, texas toast, slaw, and the original sauce. Today, cooks still follow Hal’s original recipes at multiple locations, steeping fresh chicken in marinade for two days before hand-breading and frying it to a satisfying crunch.



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92% of 629 customers

  • “The chicken is FANTASTIC!”

  • “Good food and good value, just takes a bit longer for food to come out than other restaurants that you might consider "fast food" because they cook items as they are...”

    “Good food and good value, just takes a bit longer for food to come out than other restaurants that you might consider "fast food" because they cook items as they are ordered. ”

  • “GOOD CHICKEN!!”

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    Steelyard Commons

    3465 Steelyard Dr.

    Cleveland, Ohio 44109

    216-351-3870

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Many people described the Chicken Fingers as Great.
+ 88%
- 12%


Many people described the Dipping Sauce as Extra.
+ 50%
- 50%


Many people described the Fries as Good.
+ 83%
- 17%


Many people described the Sauce as Great.
+ 67%
- 33%


Many people described the Chicken as Great.
+ 84%
- 16%


Many people described the Restaurant as Fast.
+ 67%
- 33%


Many people described the Food as Good.
+ 91%
- 9%


Many people described the Customer Service as Excellent.
+ 100%
- 0%


Many people described the Staff as Friendly.
+ 91%
- 9%


Many people described the Service as Friendly. Others thought:
+ 75%

  • Friendly
  • Awesome
  • Pleasant
  • Fast
  • Nice
- 25%

  • Not Good