New Montclair Restaurant ‘Good Chicken’ Now Open

A new restaurant called Good Chicken has opened an outpost at 114 Bloomfield Avenue in Montclair last week. The eatery’s mission is to provide delicious and healthy premium fried chicken. Read on to learn more about Good Chicken in Montclair and what to expect on the menu.

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As for the owners, they congratulated the new graduates of Montclair State Univerity via the official account stating, “We are alumni of Montclair State University! Isn’t that cool? We graduated in 2014 and we loved this township so much that we decided to open our first location here in Montclair!”

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The Menu

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The chicken comes in three straightforward flavors – classic, soy garlic, and sweet and spicy. Patrons can choose from wings, drumsticks, a combo, or popcorn chicken. “Make sure to pair your popcorn chicken with our specialty dipping sauces! My pick is the honey mustard but don’t forget to try our GC secret sauce,” they shared.

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“We have hot dogs from original rice dog, to 100% mozzarella, and even half sausage and half mozzarella potato dog,” the owners wrote on Instagram. The small/niche menu also offers french fries and fried Korean hot dogs in an original flavor, mozzarella, and sausage, as well as potato dogs in the same flavors.

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The lemonade series features original lemonade, blue lemonade, and strawberry flavors.

Stay in the know with Good Chicken by following the eatery on Instagram at @good_chicken_montclair.


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Victoria is MG's Associate Editor and Social Media Coordinator for the Hoboken Historical Museum + Fire Department Museum. She is a born and bred Jersey girl with deep roots in Hoboken and Jersey City. When she’s not touring delicious restaurants and attending events in the Hudson/Essex area, she’s exploring everything the Concrete Jungle has to offer. You can catch her at art exhibitions, local festivities, traveling, diving into a new book, thrifting, or indulging in some form of arts and crafts.