Ne-Yo and Karlie Redd-Backed-Backed All-Day Breakfast Restaurant Johnny’s Chicken and Waffles opens in College Park, Georgia
Johnny’s Chicken and Waffles restaurant open all day (and night) for breakfast and brunch is now open in College Park. Backed by hip-hop artist Karlie Redd (star of VH1’s “Love n ‘Hip Hop” and Bounce TV’s “Saints & Sinners”), singer-songwriter Ne-Yo and conductor Crystal Smith, the Breakfast menu includes customizable chicken and waffles, cookie combinations, French toast and omelet.
Currently open 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily, Johnny’s Chicken and Waffles will eventually be served 23 hours a day, only closing between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Beyond its namesake dish, Johnny’s Chicken and Waffles also serves sandwiches, such as Triple Decker Grilled Cheese and a Wafflewhich, as well as other dishes like miso-glazed lamb chops, barbecue teriyaki salmon, and the cobbler with peaches in the pan. Champagne and cocktails from the bar are served in decanters to share or in individual jars. A take-out counter inside the restaurant sells fresh pies and other “coffee products”.
The 85-seat restaurant has a mix of booths, tables, high tables and bar seating. The music-themed design for Johnny’s Chicken and Waffles features a mural of the historic Apollo Theater in Harlem, as well as 14 platinum albums lining the walls of Atlanta musicians OutKast, Ludacris, Usher and Ne-Yo.
Johnny’s Chicken and Waffles replaces Soul Crab along Main Street in College Park. Soul Crab, owned by YouTube chef and cookbook author Darius Williams, shut down last February amid allegations by the Georgia Department of Law’s Consumer Protection Division that Above 701, Inc. operate an illegal credit repair business.
Open every day. Take out and delivery available. Masks required. Click here for more information on the restaurant’s COVID-19 precautions.
3725 Main Street, Atlanta. johnnyschickenandwaffles.com.