Ludacris opens album inspired chicken eatery

ATLANTA -- Like chicken? How about beer?

Well, if you’re traveling – or find yourself at Hartsfield-Jackson for any other reason - Ludacris has you covered.

The Atlanta-based Grammy Award-winning rapper held a soft opening for Chicken + Beer at the major airport on Thursday, the Atlanta Business Chronicle reports.

The restaurant is located in Concourse D and takes its name from Ludacris’s third studio album in 2003.

The rapper is partnering with Atlanta-based Jackmont Hospitality Inc. on what the company is calling its second independently developed concept at the airport – the other being One Flew South.

“It took me 3 years but it’s finally coming to fruition,” he said in a video on his Instagram account. “Anything that’s worth waiting for is worth having.”

In addition to a few dishes inspired by Ludacris himself, Chef Todd Richards and Sommelier Jerry Slater will feature dishes at the location.  As for the beer, the location will offer several Georgia-based brews, the Chronicle reports.

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