Atlanta: Taylor, Braxton, Vee, Moore Jr., And More Attend “What’s Cooking? Atlanta” Launch Event

VIP guests gathered at popular Atlanta restaurant, Virgil’s Gullah Kitchen and Bar: West Midtown to celebrate the premiere of CLEO TV’s new show, “What’s Cooking? Atlanta.”

VIP guests in attendance included Pretty Vee, Willie Moore Jr., Harlem‘s Teyana Taylor, Tamar Braxton, Jacob Latimore, Kendal Kyndall, Pleasure P, Kamillion, Jacquees, Karlie Redd, restaurant owners Juan and Gee Smalls and more.

Sounds were provided by celebrity DJ Toni K.

“What’s Cooking? Atlanta” airs every Wednesday at 9:30 pm/8:30c on CLEO TV. The show highlights an interesting mix of culinary talent.

The format will spotlight chefs and restaurants in ATL by making their signature dishes and sharing their backstories.

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Your host, Pretty Vee is serving up the best bites in Atlanta. “What’s Cooking? Atlanta” will feature local chefs in Atlanta, as they share signature dishes, and the back story on how, why, and when their restaurants started!

WHAT’S COOKING? is produced by Swirl Films, with Eric Tomosunas, Amy Bolton Curley, and Keith Neal serving as Executive Producers.

For TV One, Austyn Biggers is the SVP of Programming and Jason Ryan is the Executive Producer in Charge of Production. 


Photo credit: 1) Harlem’s Teyana Taylor and Pretty Vee by Freddy O. 2-7) by Freddy O.

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