Local Editor Discovers Greatness of Chicken Scratch
The Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts Class of 1992 (or a small portion of us, anyway) gathered at two Oak Cliff locales Saturday for our 20-year reunion. There was a family-friendly event in the morning at Oil and Cotton, followed by an adults-only gathering that evening at the Foundry. I’ve been to that bar before, but this was the first time I’ve enjoyed the fried fare from its next-door neighbor, Chicken Scratch. Wow. Mrs. Koller and I thoroughly enjoyed our yardbird, mac ‘n’ cheese, and eggplants/tomatoes. And we got out of there for half the price we’d pay at Sissy’s Southern Kitchen. We’ll be back, Chicken Scratch. We’ll be back.