Xico's Take-Out Chicken Dinner

Picnic-worthy packs of Kelly Myers's perfectly spiced bird, sides, and salsas are available to-go from her SE Division Mexican eatery.

By Allison Jones July 8, 2013

Chef Kelly Myers's Southeast Division light-filled, eco-stylish Mexican restaurant Xico has garnered accolades for the space's modern Passive House design, awesome margaritas, and refined, locally-sourced spins on Oaxacan fare. But one of the restaurant's best offerings has flown under the radar: Meyer's stellar take-out chicken dinner.

With 24 hours notice, a ready-to-eat carry-out box of brilliantly red, organic, chile-rubbed pollo asado, with three handmade corn tortillas and Xico's salsa de muchos chiles, will be ready for pickup for just $15. Additional sides—think Mexican rice, black beans, and addictive, creamy avocado-tomatillo salsa—are available to add on for $2 each, and you can stock up on extra tortillas, 3 for $1.

A whole chicken and a few extra sides can easily feed four hungry mouths, making Xico an easy post-work stop for busy families, couples, or summer picnics al fresco with friends. Chicken dinners are available from 5 to 9 pm daily. Reserve yours by emailing [email protected], or by calling 503-548-6343.

Xeck out Xico in the morning, too: Beginning Sunday, July 14, Xico will offer Sunday brunch from 10 am to 2 pm, offering Mexican-inspired variations on the morning meal. Diners can expect: 

  • Chilaquiles made with Xico's fresh corn chips simmered in salsa de arbol and housemade red chorizo, topped with scrambled farm eggs, radish, onion cilantro, queso cotija, crema, tomatillo avocado salsa
  • Shrimp cocktail of Mexican white shrimp, cucumber, tomato, chiles, Xico chips, and molcajete guacamole
  • Oaxaca Taco Salad with romaine, marinated cheese, smoked chiles, avocado, cherry tomato, grilled red onion, Xico chips, and tamarind ginger dressing
  • Adobo marinated flank steak tacos with grilled spring onions, refried red beans, Mexican rice, tomatillo chipotle salsa, and Xico tortillas
  • Refried beans and queso Oaxaca torta with Ecuadoran tomato escabeche, guacamole, pickled jalapeño on a buttered toasted roll, Xico chips, and salsa de muchos chiles
  • Flan de Café with Oaxacan coffee, honey, and piloncillo
For more of Xico's chic design and dishes, check out our slideshow of photos from the restaurant's opening week.

3717 SE Division

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