Somewhat hidden away on Savannah Highway is Boxcar Betty’s, a simple enough place that means to take a stand on the lack of good fried chicken sandwiches. Because owners Ian MacBryde and Roth Scott, formerly of Magnolias, staked their claim as a niche kind of joint, the menu confidently boasts only a few items. Despite serving only three sandwiches, it’s still hard to choose between the Boxcar with peach slaw and pimento cheese, the Chicken Not-So-Waffle with bacon jam and maple syrup, and the spicy Buffalo sandwich with blue cheese and farm-fresh tomatoes. They’re all pretty messy, the true sign of a good sammie. Sides include hand-cut sweet potato fries, fried pickles with ranch, and peach coleslaw. (Dish, Winter 2020)


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