Nashville's Hattie B's Hot Chicken expanding to Atlanta

Nashville-based Hattie B's Hot Chicken will open its first Atlanta location late next year, according to a press release from Dallas-based Falcon Realty Advisors.

The 2,800-square foot unit is just south of Little Five Points at 299 Moreland Ave., which was originally occupied by a 1950s-era iconic Phillips 66 gas station.

"Expanding to Atlanta was an easy decision as Hattie B's has not only made waves among the communities it currently resides in, but among renowned industry food festivals across the nation — including the Atlanta Food and Wine Festival," said Cal Marsh, director of National Restaurant Accounts with Falcon's Restaurant & Entertainment Group. "Hattie B's requires a space that will align with its fun, high-energy concept and as Hattie B's exclusive representative in its expansion, Falcon will ensure each location reflects that unique quality."

The location will offer seating for 150 diners indoors and outdoors on a partially covered patio and an area for outdoor games such as cornhole.

"The minute we saw the building on Moreland, we knew it was the right spot for Hattie B's. From the architecture and design, to the energy in the neighborhood, it just felt like the place for us in Atlanta," said Co-owner and Co-operator Nick Bishop Jr. He and his father, Nick Bishop Sr, opened the first unit in 2012, in Midtown Nashville and now have two locations in Nashville and one in Birmingham, Alabama. 


Topics: Franchising & Growth


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