KFC Building in North Koreatown

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Famous locally not for the chicken, but for the architectural style of its building.

In 1990, Kentucky Fried Chicken (now KFC) opened an outlet in the “programmatic” architectural style on Western Avenue, just north of Beverly.

Restaurants shaped like chicken buckets are rare, as increasingly are such images of KFC’s founder Col. Harlan Sanders on buildings.

This location accepts EBT.

Robbery on January 22, 2014 (Wednesday) at 9:45 pm

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