Flying Crust’s menu prides itself on offering 14 wing flavors, five “amazing” burgers, po’boys, and a variety of pizzas like General Tso chicken and a Hawaiian pie topped with pineapples and cashews.
The food truck-turned-restaurant in 2014, owned by Garis Eddington, also features two patios.
Some may remember Eddington from a viral video in May showing a car crashing into his Pennsauken Township, New Jersey restaurant. The car took out the front counter and injured three people, including Eddington.
In addition to Flying Crust, a speakeasy called Pierre’s Room should open downstairs in August.
Take a look at the menu for Flying Crust:
Flying Crust has locations in Philadelphia and in New Jersey. Eddington is also considering opening Flying Crust locations in Decatur and Conyers, 24 miles east of Atlanta.
Open Monday - Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.; Sunday, 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.
3186 Roswell Road, Atlanta, flyingcrust.com.