chef Will Brown

  "Make it Do What it Do" 

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Chef Will Brown is a Houston native. With cooking roots that stem back to his upbringing in Opelousas, La., he learned how to prepare authentic dishes such as - gumbo, beignets, boudin balls, and shrimp creole.


Already a trailblazer in the Metro Atlanta culinary circuit, Chef W ill Brown opened the doors to his highly anticipated new food concept, Will’s Way Creole Kitchen.  in the Sweet Auburn Historic District - once known as the richest Negro street in the world - Will’s Way Creole Kitchen has breathed new life into one of the nation’s most historic African-American places. He has now grown the brand to where a larger location is needed.  Creole Kitchen has moved to Hapeville, GA .


2015 catapulted into many successes for the chef turned restaurateur.  Chef Brown has appeared on Food Network's sixth season of "Cutthroat Kitchen," as well as in appearing on a new show on "Fox Network".  The list does not stop there.  Chef Brown has been invited as a honored guest for cooking demos at this year’s  Food & Wine Festivals threw out the U.S and Abroad.

With a variety of offerings to choose from, we're sure you'll be happy working with us. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. 

We hope to see you again! Check back later for new updates to our website. There's much more to come!

Creole Kitchen
(Relocated to Hapeville)

Open Feb 2017

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