He who desires but acts not breeds pestilence, which in turn is the source of most failed movie remakes. Act on your chicken-based desires with today's Groupon: for $7, today’s Groupon gets you $15 worth of homemade chicken specialties from Sonoma Chicken on Market Street.
In a fancy world of seared scallops, braised tenderloins, duck confit, peanut butter and jelly, and the anomaly of turducken, the power of simple and radiant chicken recipes is sometimes overlooked. Sonoma Chicken’s menu is constantly changing and incorporating new chicken recipes (and weekly specials) that are homemade, high quality, and fast. The spit-roasted Roost-tisserie chicken comes with warm focaccia bread and one side ($9.99 for half a chicken, or $7.99 for a quarter). Then there’s the chicken Marsala simmered in Marsala wine with sliced mushrooms and served with seasoned rice ($10.99), chicken parmigiana ($11.29), chicken cannelloni ($10.99), lime-grilled chicken ($9.99), and much more. For days when your chicken craving has been buried by the shovel of variety, there’s still something to satisfy every appetite (pizzas, steaks, hand-tossed salads, and more). You can also whet your palate with beer and wine.
The chicken-loving experience goes the extra mile with the restaurant’s handsome wine-country interior, a welcoming atmosphere for indoor eating, and its lovely patio for eating outdoors, where the whole world can witness your diligent affection for white meat. Rediscover what makes you love chicken as much as you love legally changing your name.
- Can't beat this place for value. Sonoma Chicken Coop lives up to its claim to fame: quality, inexpensive food. – matt804, Citysearch
- If you like a place that will fit everyone's taste, this is the place to go...They are very fast and you'll be sitting with your food before you know it. – jzeidman, Citysearch
- I loved the fresh dishes for the price. The food is tasty, healthy, and just enough to fill you up without stuffing you – Gina Q., Urbanspoon
Sonoma Chicken Coop
Sonoma Chicken Coop began dishing out flavorful fowl in its first restaurant in 2002, and it takes its name from the lauded California wine region and its own signature rotisserie dishes. Now with six locations and more forthcoming nationwide, the award-winning eatery still whips up each menu item from scratch while calling its culinary modus operandi "fast casual." Chefs cook new batches of rotisserie chicken every hour, hand-toss each salad, oven-fire each pizza, concoct sandwiches with homemade focaccia bread, and conclude meals with homemade desserts. A dining room and outdoor patio accommodate visitors, and Sonoma Chicken catering supplies its fire-grilled and specialty cuisine to groups of 10–200 feasters—the same range of people that might show up for a university symposium on talc.