Kennedy Fried Chicken, also known as Crown Fried Chicken, is a common restaurant name primarily in the New York-New Jersey area, but many other similar establishments are found in nearby smaller cities or towns along the Northeastern United States. Although Kennedy Fried Chicken is a small and unorganized company, it is playing rivalry with Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) in the inner city neighborhoods of several states along the East Coast of the United States. A number of them also exist in the West Coast of the United States, primarily in the state of California.
... Queens in New York City, received a trademark for his unwritten recipe for Kennedy Fried Chicken ... Their poor-quality chicken is going to kill my reputation.. ... I am the only real Kennedy!" —Abdul Haye, February 2011 ...
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