Moloney said there are no updates on the closed Atomic Chicken

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Annalise Frank/Crain's Detroit Business Atomic Chicken opened in Detroit’s New Center neighborhood at 6500 Woodward Ave. in April.  Atomic Chicken struggling with sales in New CenterTo share space with Buffy’s Mexi-Casian Grill starting WednesdayLowering some pricesNearly 10 months after it opened in Detroit’s New Center neighborhood north of bustling Midtown, Atomic Chicken is mixing things up to reinvigorate after «disappointing» sales showings.The fast-casual fried chicken restaurant will start sharing its space at 6500 Woodward Ave. on Wednesday.Eater Detroit first reported the pairing.Atomic Chicken co-owner Buffy Campeau’s food truck, Buffy’s Mexi-Casian Grill, will be selling its fusion cuisine in the restaurant. They will share kitchen space, employees and point of sales, said Scott Moloney, another Atomic co-owner.The chicken side is making changes, too. Prices will drop — the Plain Jane chicken sandwich will be $4, instead of $5. It will also offer grilled sandwiches as a new item and wing dings regularly, instead of as specials. And Buffy’s will offer a Taco Tuesday special with tacos for a dollar each, Moloney said.»We hope that the market will be responsive to that,» he said.When Atomic Chicken opened in New Center in April, diners responded well at first, according to Moloney.»People came to try it a couple times and then were looking for the next thing ,» he said. «We’re early to the market. We knew it when we signed the lease a couple years ago. We were hoping there would be more development … since then.»The QLine streetcar system opened in May, running past Atomic Chicken as it makes its way on Woodward from downtown to Grand Boulevard. But much of the neighborhood’s development buzz — including Midtown Detroit Inc. buildings, the Baltimore Station project giant-alien , the Woodward Grand and other redevelopments and restorations — have yet to come to fruition.»I know they’re coming,» Moloney said. «There will be a lot of great things going on, but they’re not there yet.»He declined to specify sales figures for Atomic Chicken, but called them «disappointing.»Adding Campeau’s concept means they’ll share overhead and payroll costs — they don’t expect to add staff.However, Mexi-Casian Grill will be joining on a test basis. Moloney said they’re not sure what will happen next. If Buffy’s does well in the market, Campeau could move in more permanently — or move her concept to a separate space. In case of the latter, Moloney said, the Atomic Chicken restaurant could become a «restaurant incubator» where chefs with ideas or food trucks come to try out their concepts for a limited period of time.»Six weeks after Buffy’s, a second concept might come on board,» he said. «Atomic Chicken might go to the side for a while, or permanently.»Nothing is decided yet, he said. It’s all about testing, testing, testing.Moloney said there are no updates on the closed Atomic Chicken location in Clawson, which had been planned to reopen. He still owns the property.-Editor’s note: This article has been changed to reflect that each taco costs a dollar on Taco Tuesdays.

Atomic Chicken to try shared-space concept to stay afloat in New Center

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