Presenting a once-in-a-lifetime hot chicken and beer experience in Austin with the original creators of Nashville’s iconic Hot Chicken, Prince’s Hot Chicken, and Austin’s very own Independence Brewing.

The evening’s event will be a collaboration of two families who are dedicated to preserving the community through their family craft: Andre Prince Jeffries, third generation owner of Prince’s, and Rob and Amy Cartwright, the husband-and-wife team behind Independence Brewing.  This event will mark the first time Prince’s Hot Chicken has been served in Texas.

 

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EVENT DETAILS:

Date: Tuesday, May 9th and Wednesday, May 10th

Location: Independence Brewing Co. 3913 Todd Ln #607, Austin, TX

Time: Reservation times: 6:00pm and 8:30pm.

Price: $65.00 (tax and gratuity included). Ticket includes:

  • A special family-style dinner by Prince’s Hot Chicken—for the first time ever in Texas
  • Beer pairings by Independence Brewing Brewmaster Brannon Radicke
  • Brewery Tour with exclusive beer tastings

Purchase Tickets: Special 5% off discount code for our followers: HOTCHIX

About Prince’s Hot Chicken:

Hot chicken is indisputably Nashville’s iconic food, and at the food’s center is Prince’s Hot Chicken, a hole-in-the-wall joint on Nashville’s north side. By all accounts, Prince’s is where hot chicken was born, and the legend goes like this: More than 70 years ago, Thornton Prince came home after a night of tomcatting to find his lady waiting at home, none too pleased. To teach him a lesson, she doctored his Sunday morning chicken with a wallop of spice and coincidentally birthed the now-iconic dish.

 

Prince’s has remained in the family and the family tradition is now continued by Andre Prince Jeffries, great-niece of Thornton Prince. The experience at Prince’s is still as authentic today as it was 70 years ago and led to the restaurant landing on the James Beard America’s Classic list.

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Hayden Walker
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Hayden Walker is the Editor in Chief and Director of Operations for Austin Food Magazine

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