ATL’s Scoville Hot Chicken Adds Two Locations

The joint serving up Nashville Hot Chicken at ‘reaper’ levels is headed to Marietta and Decatur.
ATL’s Scoville Hot Chicken Adds Two Locations
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Scoville Hot Chicken, the fast-casual eatery that serves up fried chicken (okay, yes at your spice level of choice), has embarked upon an expansion that will double the company’s footprint. The chicken joint currently operates three ATL-area locations, in Buckhead, Athens, and Sandy Springs. And in addition to their new West Midtown location at Howell Mill, Scoville has two more ‘coming soon’ to Marietta and Decatur.

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If you haven’t already given it a try,  Scoville Hot Chicken sandwiches range in spice level from mild to ‘the reaper.’ And if it pleases you, you can skip the buns altogether and go for tenders and fries. All sandwiches come with slaw, pickles, and, of course, Scoville sauce. The eatery also specializes in tasty beverages to help you beat the heat. Citrus Hibiscus Orange, Black Cherry Tarragon, and Lemon Berry Acai are just a few of Scoville’s selections.

Scoville Marietta will open in the shopping center at 2960 Shallowford Road, # 112, and cozy up to Marlow’s Tavern and a Jersey Mike’s. Scoville Decatur is headed to 2502 Blackmon Drive, # 830, where it will share a building with MOD Pizza and Tropical Smoothie Café.

Owner Justin Lim could not be reached for comment at the time of publication, so you’ll want to keep an eye on Scoville’s social media for updates. Hopefully opening dates will be announced soon.

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Eve Payne

Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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