The Old Lady Gang promises to deliver its patrons good old fashioned southern cuisine made with love.

The Old Lady Gang (OLG) was conceptualized in 2016, when husband and wife team, New York City native Todd Tucker & Atlanta, Georgia native Kandi Burruss-Tucker had the great idea of sharing some of the delicious down home Southern recipes, that Kandi was raised on as a child and has come to love as an adult, with the public. Although Kandi may credit herself for mastering some of the traditional family recipes, she also gives credit where credit is due; to her mother Joyce Jones, aunts Bertha Jones & Nora Wilcox, affectionately known as the “Old Lady Gang,” for teaching her a few things in the kitchen.

No Strangers to the Arts & Entertainment, it was only fitting that the Tuckers would choose the Castleberry Hill neighborhood in Atlanta, GA as the home for The Old Lady Gang (OLG). One of the city’s Historic + Art Districts, Castleberry Hill continues to grow in both the number of residents as well as retail and other establishments.

Joyce Jones, Bertha Jones & Nora Wilcox are the original OLG. If there’s one thing that you don’t have to question, when it comes to these three firecrackers, is that family truly comes first as far as they’re concerned. They’re three enthusiastic sisters from Atlanta that certainly know their way around a kitchen.

We were first introduced to the OLG on Bravo TV’s Real Housewives of Atlanta. Whether they were revealing conspiracy theories, confirming the distance that their love will go, or bringing family issues to an order, they never failed to leave a lasting impression on you.

One thing is for certain, if these three women put as much love and dedication into their original recipes as they do into their families, we are guaranteed to have some of the best southern cuisine that the South has to offer.


Chef Jaaion began his career in New Orleans at Cheesecake Bistro at the age of 18. While working as a line cook to hone his craft, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Hotel & Restaurant Management from Grambling State University & then moved to Atlanta to further his education at Le Cordon Bleu Culinary School of Arts.

While pursuing his culinary arts degree, Jaaion landed his first job in Atlanta as a line cook at Cheesecake Factory. He worked his way up, resulting in a promotion to Kitchen Manager. After 4 years, Jaaion decided to take his career to the next level by accepting the position of Corporate Executive Chef at the world’s busiest airport, Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International. Following his time there, he also served as a Culinary Instructor at his alma mater, Le Cordon Bleu.