Foxes Fried is celebrating their one-year anniversary with 75 chicken sandwiches for unemployed F&B workers

Fried chicken frenzy


Foxes Fried owners Doug and Brandy Svec - RUTA SMITH
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  • Foxes Fried owners Doug and Brandy Svec
Foxes Fried is turning one, and they're celebrating by giving away 75 fried chicken sandwich and waffle fry meals to their restaurant-industry friends and family who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The donations will occur on Sun. April 26, and pick-ups will take place from 12:30-5 p.m. at House of Brews in West Ashley.

"We're super excited and grateful for all the support we've had through the past year, so we wanted to do something to give back to the community," says Brandy Svec, who runs the pop-up with her husband Doug.
The couple has kept their business going through the coronavirus pandemic by accepting orders online and popping up at breweries like Low Tide on Johns Island.

Sunday, they will offer the "Doug Fox," which features a boneless chicken thigh with pickled red onion, Romaine lettuce, Duke's mayo, and pickles. F&B workers looking to sample their colossal fried chicken sammy should send the Foxes team a direct message on Instagram or text (773)-706-2770 to reserve their free meal.

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