Many TV chefs like to go big when they open their restaurants — see Gato, La Sirena, or even Guy's American. But for her first-ever proper restaurant, The Chew's co-host Carla Hall decided to go small. The tiny space that was once Whiskey Soda Lounge is now a fast-casual restaurant dedicated to Nashville-style hot chicken — available in several different spice levels — and hearty side dishes. Chicken plates, with sides and bread, are priced between $13.25 and $15.50. Family meals run from $30 to $59.50. The new restaurant from Hall and partner Evan Darnell is currently opening for dinner nightly at 4 p.m., but hours will likely expand after the official grand opening on June 17. Take a look around the space below.