Sticky’s Finger Joint, the New York–based chicken finger restaurant, announced the opening of its second location at 484 Third Avenue in Murray Hill.
Paul Abrahamian and Jon Sherman, Sticky’s founding partners and childhood friends, originally created their concept as a place for guests to enjoy a number of unique creations on the classic chicken finger. The new Sticky’s takes these creations to the next level with more than 10 varieties of the original chicken finger, salads, sandwiches, and an array of homemade sauces.
The new Sticky’s offers fingers like the French Onion Supreme with French onion sour creama, shallots, chives, and bacon bits and Cool Curry Tikka Masala with tikka masala sauce, sriracha, ranch, shallots, coconut, and parsley. Original favorites like the Salted Caramel Pretzel and General Sticky Tso will also be available.
In addition, the store will serve chicken finger sandwiches like Nashville Numb with Nashville hot sauce, sichuan pepper–salt, pickles, and parsley; salads including the Sticky Greek Salad with romaine, cucumber, tomato, red onion, chickpeas, feta, and cucumber dill yogurt.
Designed by Scott Kester, Sticky’s 2 is a playful take on a classic New York City fast-casual restaurant. Kester’s goal was to make the shop both a great place to eat and a fun place to hangout. He wanted to pair vibrant colors to match the vibrant flavors of Sticky’s food. The space is filled with red and black accents including a black and red checkerboard ceiling and red neon signs. Sticky’s also hired graffiti artist Jon Lavoie to create a one-of-a-kind mural featuring fun and creative images that feed the distracted mind with a series of common relatable images they see on an everyday basis.
Sticky’s Finger Joint 2 is open seven days a week serving lunch and dinner.