Despite the “To-Go” in the name—there because of trademark issues, even though the original Dirty Bird flew the proverbial coop—Dirty Bird To-Go does have about 20 seats. (The original restaurant, which opened in 2006 on W. 14th St., had only 10.) The menu is the same at lunch and dinner, and it is indeed all about chicken—fried, slow-roasted on a rotisserie, in “finger” form, in sandwich wraps and salads and chicken soup. Sides include smashed potatoes with gravy and sauteed garlic kale. A beer-and-wine license is likely at some point; in the meantime, there’s iced tea and fresh lemonade.