CLINTON, Ind. (WTHI) - The Fork in the Road Crew is looking for the best fried chicken in the Wabash Valley.
Stop number one lead the crew to a small restaurant with a big reputation for fried chicken: the Co-Op Grill in Clinton, Ind.
Zi and Tim Idrioski took over the Co-Op about five years ago, but the history of this old building goes back much further than that.
The tin ceiling is a reminder of the old grocery store from back in the 1920s. But folks walk through the door these days for the fried chicken.
"I always get compliments on it and it's one of my favorites too," Zi said.
One of the reasons for their success is really pretty simple.
"We do it order for order, it's easier that way, it's stays fresher that way," Zi explained. "It kind of makes me feel a little special, sometimes you come to work every day and your kind of like why am I doing this you know that kind of thing, is it even worth it. And a little nomination like this kind of makes you feel like your part of the city and makes you feel good that you have done something right."
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