Southern-style fried chicken served in a paper bag is just one example of Attagirl’s offbeat approach to a meal. The thin, crispy fries tossed in garlic and thyme butter seal the deal. Every dish is worth the accolade from this food truck turned brick-and-mortar just off St. Mary’s strip (and next to the slightly fancier Cullum’s Attaboy). Deviled eggs, creamy and tingly with garlic chives, are a go-to, and the chicken wings are famously served in half a dozen varieties (and available for party orders). At brunch, go for the tender Belgian waffle topped with a crisp egg and one of the best sausage patties around. Seating is mostly outside, with a few countertops inside. Note: there’s no sign (look for the white cottage on the corner); no cash is accepted; and a 20% tip is added to all orders.
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Every dish is worth the accolades at this popular chicken shack.