Harold's Chicken & Ice Bar Coupons and Deals
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, up to 3 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per table per visit • Valid only for dine-in Sunday-Thursday • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Experience mid-western hospitality at Harold's Chicken & Ice Bar, where you can crunch into raved about Chicago-style fried chicken smothered in sauce, watch the game or enjoy live entertainment, and keep your drinks cold all night, all while surrounded by friendly people: • $8 for $16 to spend on food and drink Sunday to Thursday • Chicken, fish, wings, and more, all served with mild BBQ red sauce • Unique nitrogen-cooler ice bar serves your drinks cold and keeps them that way "The best food EVER! Also the customer service from the owner was magnificent, I can't WAIT to go back!" - Facebook Reviewer Harold's Chicken & Ice Bar's Website | Facebook
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Scout Notes: You know you've been doing something right when hip-hop stars, professional athletes, and the leader of the free world have all professed their love for your food in a public forum. Founded in Chicago in the '50s, Harold's is a historic South Side legend, and three months ago they packed up their bags (and a nitrogen ice bar) and headed straight to Atlanta's own Sweet Auburn to give us a taste of what made them an institution in the Windy City. Here's a hint: there's a deep-frier involved. A quick glance at the menu, and you'll see why Harold's has already drummed up an Atlanta following: everything, no really, everything is fried. Catfish, chicken livers, okras, pizza puffs, big, juicy whole wings (not those pitiful little T. Rex arms you see at every other restaurant in town), all blessed with a delicious coating of crispy fried goodness, and all holding their own against fried chicken with Southern pedigrees. But here's the juicy part: unlike your average chicken shack, you can gnaw on those wings while sipping a cool, stiff libation, like a Long Island or a delightfully boozy Hennessy margarita, all kept nice and chilly by that ice-topped bar. Best of all, on the weekends, you can do that gnawing and sipping way past your bedtime, since Harold's keeps its doors open until 3 a.m. on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. After a night of carousing on Edgewood, I can definitely see myself making a slightly crooked beeline to Harold's for a bucket of wings in the wee hours. Or hitting them up for lunch. Or, hey, why not both? We are in the South, after all. Time to show those Chicagoans who can really put away the poultry. Menu Highlights: Fried Green Beans, $2.69 (snack) - $5.49 (regular) Pizza Puffs, $2.99 Chicken Wing Bucket, $16.68 (12-piece) - $33.36 (24-piece) Catfish & Chicken Combo, $10.95 (dark) - $11.95 (white) 1/4 Chicken Dinner, $5.99 (dark) - $7.25 (white) Hours: Sunday - Wednesday, 11 a.m. - 12 a.m. Thursday - Saturday, 11 a.m. - 3 a.m.