Hotville hot chicken is opening a location in the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw mall

Kim Prince of the Prince's Hot Chicken family is teaming with Greg Dulan of Dulan's Soul Food to open Hotville hot chicken in the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw mall.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • December 2, 2019
Hotville, the hot chicken pop-up run by Kim Prince, will finally become a restaurant this month. She has partnered with Greg Dulan, owner of Dulan’s Soul Food and Catering in Hyde Park, to open Hotville at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw mall on Dec....
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