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Peruse the Menu for Mary Hoopa’s House of Fried Chicken & Oysters Before It Opens

Chef Robert Phalen’s new restaurant is still slated for fall

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Fried chicken and $1 oysters at sister restaurant One Eared Stag
One Eared Stag

Chef Robert Phalen’s new project, Mary Hoopa’s House of Fried Chicken & Oysters, isn’t open quite yet at East Lake development Hosea + 2nd — but the menu at least is almost ready.

Phalen, who’s won raves for his fried chicken at One Eared Stag, is doubling down on the dish with Mary Hoopa’s. Order a half bird, whole bird, or even two birds right out of the fryer with a choice of house-fried, sweet or hot. Also find chicken sandwiches and chicken wings.

Besides the house fried chicken, Mary Hoopa’s menu is broken up into snacks and small plates, big plates, oysters and a la carte sides. Pricing is still being worked out, and the beer-centric beverage program by Mikey Kilbourne is yet unreleased.

Each of the menu covers and placemats will feature a variety of photos from pop culture. Seen here in this menu is a photo of Hank Aaron when he broke Babe Ruth's career home run no. 715 at Atlanta's Fulton County Stadium in April 1974.

Stay tuned to see all the pop culture heroes featured. The opening date for Mary Hoopa’s is still slated for this fall, according to a PR rep for the restaurant.