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Fried pickles

Where can you find fried pickles? I have never tried them before, but they sound amazing. Preferably somewhere in or near the Village or even Union Square. Thanks!

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    1. re: jenniebnyc

      I'm sorry, but I thought Brother Jimmy's fried pickles were awful. They aren't whole pickles (or 1/2 pickes) but those fake sliced pickles that are made to put on burgers. Then again, aside from BJ's, I've only had fried pickles in Texas, so my standards are pretty high : )

      1. re: Melanie

        In the South, we only have fried dill pickle slices. They're easier to dip into the fabulous sauces that are offered. I've never heard of a whole fried pickle. Interesting . . .

        1. re: sheilal

          REALLY? I've only seen the pickles seved quartered in TX (not whole, sorry)

        2. re: Melanie

          Never tried 'em. Just know they serve 'em.

      2. Whatever you do, skip the ones at Soho Park. Truly dreadful!

        I'd had them in NC a few years back and loved them. Thought I would at least get something similar at SP but no dice. We couldn't even finish them, they were so awful.

        1. Rare on Lex and 39th has fried pickles.

          1. The fried dill chips @ Brother Jimmy's are really tasty- very much like what you get in he south and crave for the rest of your life- haven't seen them anywhere else in NYC

            1. Doesn't Spanky's serve those, too?

              1. anyone know somewhere closer to the village?

                1. where is spanky's, backyardchef?

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                  1. BLT Burger had some as a "special" for a while - they were very good and came with a mustard dipping sauce.

                    1. I don't know if it's at all Heartland's, but I remember having them at their local by the South St. Seaport.

                      1. the hog pit on 13th street...GREAT FRIED PICKLES!

                          1. Mara's Homemade on E 6th St between First and Second