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Flock Feeds Chicken Lovers On The Fly

Chef Cory Vitiello’s downtown lunch spot roasts poultry in a refined industrial space that’s a feast for the eyes

By Eric Mutrie
Photography by Paula Wilson

This rotisserie’s signature pulled-chicken sandwich is stuffed with deep red beet slaw and bright, leafy greens, and Flock’s interior – by Jenny Francis Design – is composed of equally colourful ingredients. Castor’s red, blue and orange Tank pendants hang overhead, while yellow flood lamps illuminate the tasty sides listed on the menu board. The herringbone-patterned, wood-clad checkout counter is a warm contrast to the concrete walls. eatflock.com

Part of our feature on four grab-and-go lunch spots with delicious interiors.

Originally published in Issue 3 2016 as Appetite for Design: Flock.


Categories: Eat Here

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