Bucks-owned Cream City Cluckery opens for pickup, delivery in Deer District
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The Bucks won't be playing at Fiserv Forum any time soon, but the Deer District remains a popular spot.
On Wednesday, July 8, it added a new place to get a bite to eat -- Cream City Cluckery.
"Hand-breaded chicken tenders is what we got," said Executive Chef Kenneth Hardiman. "You can get 'em dusted with various spices. We have house-made dipping sauces, our comeback sauce is phenomenal."
The Bucks own and operate the delivery and pickup-only restaurant.
It specializes in crispy chicken tenders and house-made sauces, and also sells chicken sandwiches, macaroni and cheese, and butter cake.
Part of the proceeds of butter cake sales will go to the Milwaukee Bucks Foundation.
Pickup is at 400 W. Highland Avenue, and it's also available on Grubhub, DoorDash and Uber Eats.
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