About

Popping up inside West Egg periodically since 2015, Oddbird brings you fried chicken biscuits, Nashville-style hot chicken, chicken & waffles, local beer, cocktails, and pie from Wood's Chapel BBQ for dessert!

Next date: Wednesday, November 13, 5:30-9pm!

This will be the LAST Oddbird of 2019; we plan to return for our popular Lovebird Oddbird in February.
Please continue to follow us on Twitter and Instagram to stay in-the-know. If there are scheduling conflicts or private events at West Egg, we may have to shift dates around -- although keep the 2nd Wednesday of the month on your calendar reserved for Oddbird generally.

No reservations needed (feel free to reach out if you're coming with a group of 8 or more, though, and we can set you aside a table), casual counter service, and plenty of seating -- but come early for first dibs on that pie.

Please follow us on Twitter and Instagram to stay in-the-know!

PRESS

"Underground Dining Scene"
Atlanta Magazine (January 2019)

“The Pop-Up Round-Up”
Living Intown (September/October 2017)

“Eat This Now: Atlanta's 30 Essential Dishes -- Hot chicken biscuit at Oddbird”
Zagat (November 21, 2016)

“14 Must-Try Fried Chicken Dishes Around the U.S.”
Zagat (August 24, 2016)

“[T]his extraordinary homage to fried chicken will delight you as it did us.”
Knife & Fork (May 2015)

“[E]xpertly fried . . . a perfect biscuit . . . a phenomenal waffle.”
Knife & Fork (May 2015)

“Trust us. Things will be perfect: the giant fluffy biscuit, the bird, the gravy, everything will amaze you.”
Knife & Fork (May 2015)

“Drop what you’re doing and head to Oddbird, a popup that recently hatched inside West Egg on Howell Mill Road . . . .”
Atlanta Magazine (June 2015)

“For a pop-up that’s only open Wednesday through Saturday, the food shows serious zeal.”
Atlanta Magazine (July 2015)

“Sides include a destination-worthy mac and cheese . . . .”
Atlanta Magazine (July 2015)

“14 Must-Try Fried Chicken Dishes Around the U.S.”
Zagat (July 6, 2015)

“Here in Atlanta, the nightly pop-up at West Egg Cafe, called Oddbird, does such a brisk business that you have to get there early if you want to secure one of the enormous, fluffy butter-lard biscuits for your fried chicken breast sandwich.”
The Atlanta-Journal Constitution (July 10, 2015)

“The Hottest Restaurants in Atlanta Right Now.”
Eater Atlanta (July 2015, August 2015)

“10 New Atlanta Restaurants You've Got to Try Right Now.”
Thrillist (June 29, 2015)

“The 9 Things You Have to Eat in Atlanta This Summer.”
Thrillist (July 6, 2015)

Hours

The 2nd Wednesday of the month, at West Egg
5:30pm – 9pm

Contact

Feel free to email us with any questions or to just say hello!