By Amanda Wicks
Get ready to get hyped if your flight snags a delay while flying through Atlanta. After three long years, Ludacris is finally ready to open his restaurant Chicken and Beer in the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
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Named after his third album, the restaurant took some time to get off the ground (like flights in the country’s busiest airport), but Ludcaris shared the announcement on Instagram. “It’s finally coming to fruition,” he said in the video. “Anything worth waiting for is worth having, and we are finally here. Chicken and Beer, Concourse D.”
He promised great food, great drinks and great energy, before he took his phone and began running around the restaurant capturing energetic employees ready to get things going in the dining room, kitchen and more. Their excitement is palpable.