Take a look at the menu for Ludacris' Chicken + Beer, now open at Hartsfield-Jackson

Atlanta rapper/actor Ludacris has turned his 2003 album "Chicken-n-Beer" into the namesake for his new restaurant at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

Chicken + Beer opened today in Concourse D, nearly four years after plans for the restaurant were first announced. 

The restaurant is a partnership involving Ludacris and Jackmont Hospitality, one of the concessionaires behind the upscale restaurant One Flew South on Concourse E at Hartsfield-Jackson.

Consultants for the restaurant include chef Todd Richards and sommelier Jerry Slater, who were on the opening team for One Flew South.

Luda -- aka Chris Bridges -- addressed the opening in a raucous video on his Instagram account:

He also posted a look at the Chicken + Beer menu:

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