Inconspicuously nestled on Avenue C, Bobwhite Counter is a hip fried chicken joint. The clean white façade and interior are the opposite of what you’d associate with greasy fried chicken, for Bobwhite’s vision is modern from food to décor. The fried chicken supper comes with three small pieces of chicken, a buttermilk biscuit and a salad, which I love as it brings balance to the meal. On each visit, I am surprised all over again by the first bite of chicken. The fried batter is thin and crispy, and the meat inside succulently tender and juicy. Chef-owner Keedick Coulter says the brine of sweet tea is the secret to keeping it juicy and flavorful. Even on my most recent visit when the chicken looked over-fried, the meat was still moist and juicy and the batter even crispier; it seems you can’t lose. For those who want a healthier choice, you can order the farmhouse salad and add a piece of chicken to reverse the ratio of chicken to greens. It’s all win-win at Bobwhite.