Much like Al Capone, Chicken Vesuvio originated in our beloved hub of Chicago, is Italian-American, and there's nothing quite like it. But unlike Al Capone, Chicken Vesuvio is more iconic than infamous. The dish starts with bone-in chicken breasts replete with buttery skin, and we add pan-fried, crispy potato wedges. Both are slathered in a garlicky lemon-butter sauce that soaks into every crevice, creating the most succulent experience. It's a criminally good meal that you don't have to be a gangster to enjoy.