Unable to resist the siren call of becoming a musician-turned-restaurateur, R&B singer and Love & Hip Hop Atlanta star K. Michell is opening a small restaurant in Sweet Auburn. Puff Atlanta is on track to see a March launch, reports What Now Atlanta, taking up space at 367 Edgewood Avenue.
As the name might suggest, hookah will be a key focus of the concept. The 800-square-foot lounge is apparently going to be geared toward females — "female friendly" and "like a woman's man cave," project consultant Vance Jones told WNA. So that makes the second female-centric concept to be announced in recent weeks. At least Puff Atlanta isn't backed by a man trying to give women a safe place to eat barbecue.
The lounge's Edgewood Avenue address is down the street from Harold's Chicken & Ice Bar and Noni's, and it's right on the Atlanta Streetcar's eastbound line.
Nicole Kelly of Crush Interior Design is also a partner in the project, and Baltimore Crab & Seafood chef Sheema Fulton will provide the eats. Puff's menu will reportedly include lettuce wraps and lobster corn dogs — yes, lobster corn dogs. The interior design will feature tons of white and pink, and it's on track to open in March. Although there have already been multiple delays.
Take a look at the below video gives an idea of what to expect.