Fried Chicken & Waffles Concept Touching Down In San Diego's Pacific Beach | Rhythm's Chicken & Waffles To Open Later This Month

May 5, 2019

Moving into the small storefront that last housed Hola Che in the heart of San Diego's Pacific Beach neighborhood is the first brick-and-mortar location of Rhythm's Chicken & Waffles, which previously operated a local fried chicken-based food truck.

Brian Foxworth started off working in kitchens around San Diego before opening his fried chicken fueled food truck business in 2017. Foxworth started his entrepreneurial journey at San Diego High School, always having an interest in owning his own business. He even helped get fried chicken from a local business on the school's lunch menu and also ran a small record studio recording artists from around San Diego County. After a couple ventures, Foxworth started a company called Green Team Recycling where he put recycling bins on school campuses and collected the cans and bottles after lunches. He went on to receive a contract with the San Diego Padres to clean the stadium, which grew the company to over 300 employees.

Now Brian is eager to start expanding his latest business concept. Rhythm's is a music-themed comfort food eatery with a menu centered around its popular chicken and waffles sandwiches, which includes tender chicken breast in between a Belgian waffle top with cheese, bacon, and the option of a fried egg. Rhythm's also serves hand-pressed burgers, bacon wrapped hotdogs, loaded chicken fries & tots, chicken sandwiches and more. The first Rhythm's location is currently installing in the 300 square-foot windowed storefront that formerly housed Hola Che Argentinian street food. Based on the success of the flagship branch, Rhythm's hopes to expand to a bar & restaurant in the future and also open small eateries around the west coast.

Rhythm's Chicken & Waffle is anticipated to open as early as May 24 at 1136 Garnet Avenue in San Diego's Pacific Beach. For more information, visit