Ludacris finally achieved his dream of opening his “Chicken and Beer” restaurant at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.
When Ludacris first announced that he was opening up a new restaurant at the airport back in 2012, people expected to be open within months. But, as we all should know, opening a restaurant is different from dropping a mixtape. So it took Luda three years, and some string pulling to finally get it done.
“It took me three years, but it’s finally coming to fruition,” Luda says in an Instagram clip. “Anything that’s worth waiting for is worth having. And we are finally here: Chicken and Beer. I’ve seen it come from my third album, triple-platinum album, all the way to a restaurant.”
The restaurant will provide plenty of “Southern Hospitality” with a menu that features the obvious, chicken and beer, as well as bourbon peach short cake, Southern fried apple pie and battered catfish.