New Orleans native Percy “Frenchy” Creuzot Jr. brought another fried chicken tradition to Houston. Frenchy’s opened as a po-boy stand in 1969 at 3919 Scott near the University of Houston and has been a long-time fan favorite for Houstonians who enjoy a bold, in-your-face Creole spice in their fried chicken.
A Frenchy’s employee confirmed that the original Frenchy’s will be closing its doors at 3919 Scott at the end of this year and moving into a larger space down the road on the corner of Alabama and Scott. There are over two dozen locations in Houston alone so there will be no shortage of Frenchy’s deliciousness. A three piece combination “Campus” meal comes with a biscuit or roll, dirty rice or fries and a jalapeno pepper for $7.99.