The fried chicken at The Commodore in Williamsburg is hands down the best fried chicken I’ve ever tasted. I know that’s a tall statement, but I say so without hesitation. The skin is so thin, light and crisp that it’s dangerous. Unlike other fried chicken, it’s not bogged down by heavy batter to create volume. And the meat is downright tender, so you can really savor the juiciness in each bite. An order comes with three pieces of thigh meat — dark meat is the only way to go! — and three biscuits, accompanied by honey butter and two hot sauces, one with tangy vinegar and one with sweeter honey. Just thinking about the fried chicken at The Commodore makes my mouth water.