Tiny Original Lo-Lo's Chicken & Waffles Moving to Bigger Digs
New location coming, same good lookin' chicken and waffles.
Larry White Jr. (better known as Lo-Lo) has big plans for the original Lo-Lo's Chicken & Waffles, the hugely successful business he opened in a tiny house in downtown Phoenix 10 years ago. By Labor Day weekend, the fried chicken king will have moved the original operation to a larger building next door (1220 S. Central Avenue), which he is in the process of renovating.
The original location will remain open until the new one is up and running.
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White says the new location will feature concrete floors, red brick walls and a small stage, where customers will be treated to live jazz and live gospel. A separate banquet room and a private VIP room are also in the works, the latter featuring a glass wall overlooking the activity in the kitchen.
Famous for his cornbread and red velvet cake, White is also planning a large bakery for the new building. Customers will be able to watch cakes being iced and pies (a new offering) coming out of the oven.
But that's not all.