Soul-Satisfying Southern Cuisine

February 07, 2012 | by —jessica ferri | Food & Drink News

1. Tipsy Parson: Chelsea's outpost serves up old school southern cocktails, among other delicacies. 156 9th Avenue, 212-620-4545

2. Peels: Its southern-inspired menu has made it one of New Yorkers' favorite places for brunch and for a stylish dinner. 325 Bowery, 646-602-7015

3. The Redhead: This East Village restaurant is famous for its fried chicken and shrimp and grits. 349 E. 13th Street, 212-533-6212

4. 107 West: With two locations in Manhattan, 107 West brings traditional southern food all over the city. 2787 Broadway, 212-864-1555; 811 West 187th Street, 212-923-3311

5. Momofuku Noodle Bar: Chef and owner David Chang tackles the ultimate southern dish: fried chicken. 171 1st Avenue, 212-777-7773

PHOTOGRAPH BY NINA HAZEN (MOMOFUKU)

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