Atlanta’s International Airport Set to Open Ludacris’ “Chicken & Beer” Restaurant
Ludacris’ new concept restaurant “Chicken & Beer” was one of 150 restaurants and retail shops approved by Atlanta’s City Council, to open in Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
The restaurant is named after Ludacris’ RIAA certified double platinum album, Chicken-n-Beer, that included the hit song, “Stand Up.”
“Im taking my restaurateur footprint into the busiest airport in the WORLD! Hartsfield-Jackson ATL International! Chicken & Beer coming soon!” Luda Tweeted from his Twitter account @Ludacris.
Luda’s eatery will be part of a new $1.5 billion international concourse that city officials plan to open in the spring, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Other popular restaurants planned to open include The Varsity, Shane’s Rib Shack, Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint and The Pecan.
Chicken & Beer is Ludacris’ second restaurant.
He opened his first Atlanta based restaurant Straits, in 2007.