Not just what the roosters are doing to the hens at all those avian singles bars, Proposition Chicken is the poultry-focused, quick-service restaurant from the guys who brought you the carnival-themed Straw that, even though it's not in the Castro, has a 9ft neon cock on the wall.
They have a ballot on the wall of all the things that they're for (free-range chicken) and against (restaurants that refuse to take credit cards and then make you pay to use their ATM... AMEN).
The way the menu works is a really simple choose-your-own adventure. Just pick a type: Flipped (rotisserie), Fake (tofu), or Fried (fried). We're not saying fried should be your choice but, well, just look at it!
Then you pick the way you want it: as a sandwich on an Amoroso hearth-baked roll with spicy slaw, thyme, and sage potato chips (pictured above), as an entree (with a buttermilk biscuit, honey butter, and spicy slaw: pictured above-above), or as a salad (not pictured because, salad).
To round things out, they've got a huge assortment of sides like hand-cut fries with malted mayo, plus a ton of wings and strips like these Buffalo wings with bleu cheese mousse, which you know'll be clucking delicious.