Home to Stamford Bridge and The Slug, Fulham also offers West Londoners a Whole Foods and some pretty nice gastropubs. Nestled in between a William Hill and Holland & Barrett is the newest addition to the high street - an independent restaurant bar called Stagolee’s, serving up authentic American…
Stagolee's Hot Chicken & Liquor Joint
Stagolee's brings authentic American Deep South flavours to Fulham, London.
The venue is all about hearty, comfort food from Texas and Tennesse that are made fresh everyday, with dishes like baked macaroni and cheese, skillet-fried chicken, and hot spinach dip with cheese and artichoke making the cut on the menu. The venue emulates the lively and soulful culture of the south by adorning the walls with portraits of people dancing, eating, and drinking, which compliments the warm menu populated with recipes from the owner’s grandmother.
Drinks are also a Deep South affair, boasting a wide selection of American beers and bourbon, alongside a selection of Bloody Marys. However, the main event at Stagolee is the Moonshine. Pioneering the drink into the capital, they have imported the notorious booze from Kentucky to create some mean cocktails, such as a moonshine margarita called a Mountain-rita, or a sweet Vanilla MoonPie Moonshine cocktail.
- Happily Affordable ££
Stagolee's Hot Chicken & Liquor Joint, 453 North End Road, SW6 1NZ
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