This was the second time we tried Southland Whiskey Kitchen, and it was much better the second time. First time was ok, they had just opened, but we felt there was room for improvement, and they seemed to have thought so too. We sat at the bar, the bartender was personable and efficient, very nice. The ribs were good, a little over smoked to my taste but done well. Onion rings were crispy and tasty. The collard greens were the best I have had in Portland, and my husbands fried chicken was excellent - crispy, hot, juicy and full of flavor. Nice mixed crowd early on a Saturday night, good drink list, and lots of beers. Will definitely go back when craving good old comfort food done very well - nice job on decor, casual, but not too big to seem empty if you are there when its not crowded.
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