While I'm thinking of it, let me mention some of the great restaurants for either "broasted" or pressure fried chicken that I visited within the last year or so. An Amish restaurant named Troyer's Dutch Heritage
) in Sarasota, Florida has some of the best broasted chicken on the planet, as well as other great foods, pies and bakery goods. It is a huge restaurant and you can always tell a great place by the number of tour buses parked in the back lot. Another good Amish restaurant down the street from Troyer's is Yoder's
) and they serve some good pressure fried chicken, too (save room for some pie). Travelling up north, in Middlebury, Indiana is Das Dutchman Essenhaus
), which is another outstanding Amish restaurant that prepares delicious pressure fried chicken and Amish beef roasts, and also has a great bakery. Further north in the sleepy little town of Fennville, Michigan (don't blink your eyes or you'll miss the town) is a little country restaurant frequented by many farmers call the Blue Goose Cafe
. Excellent soups and broasted chicken (using the real Broaster Company formula). There are some others, also, that I mentioned in the Best Chicken in Chicago thread.