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Thursday, July 13, 2023

Rapper, Lil Baby, is opening a seafood restaurant in his hometown of Atlanta called The Seafood Menu

Rapper Lil Baby is opening a seafood restaurant in his hometown of Atlanta called the Seafood Menu. He put it in the hood to provide jobs for those who can relate to his upbringing.

Lil Baby is officially opening his first restaurant in Atlanta called “The Sea Food Menu”

Meanwhile, Lil Baby is also tapping into the restaurant industry. He is set to open his own restaurant in his hometown of Atlanta, on July 14. This establishment will be called The Seafood Menu Restaurant and Lounge, as a ribbon-cutting event will be held on that day, from 2PM-8PM.

At The Seafood Menu, Baby is looking to revolutionize seafood with its fusion of classic dishes and seven unique custom sauces. Furthermore, the establishment aims to create a unique dining atmosphere where guests “can savor delectable seafood dishes while immersing themselves in an ambiance that pays homage to the rich history of hip-hop music in Atlanta and beyond.

“Restaurants are one of the few businesses that have lasted for 50 years, standing strong even through the challenges of the pandemic,” said Baby in a statement. “I believe in the power of endurance.”

The rapper and businessman has teamed up with Chad Dillon to open The Seafood Menu Restaurant & Lounge in Atlanta, GA, according to a press release shared with AfroTech. The restaurant aims to provide a unique seafood dining experience at a more affordable cost and “where guests can savor delectable seafood dishes while immersing themselves in an ambiance that pays homage to the rich history of hip-hop music in Atlanta and beyond.”

Along with giving his city innovative seafood dishes, Lil Baby ventured into becoming a restaurateur with the intent of building longevity outside of his successful music career.

“Restaurants are one of the few businesses that have lasted for 50 years, standing strong even through the challenges of the pandemic,” Lil Baby said, according to the press release. “I believe in the power of endurance.”

“Restaurants are one of the few businesses that have lasted for 50 years, standing strong even through the challenges of the pandemic,” said Baby in a statement. “I believe in the power of endurance.”

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