Alpharetta residents are raving about this local and delicious spot that has over 300 bourbons, 50 craft beers on tap, and bbq smoaked on oak for hours. They smoke locally sourced meats and marinate them with in-house dry rubs that are perfect by themselves, but also pair nicely with their sauces. The service is fast and the food is hot which makes for a splendid time out to eat. If you plan on having a private dining event, check out their upstairs which was converted into a whiskey bar for a later, boozier night.
A taste of Texas right at on our fingertips! Hattie Marie’s Texas Style BBQ and Cajun Kitchen is bringing finger licking good Port Arthur, TX flavor to downtown with NO apologies.
They’ve been open for 40 years and continue to make delicious, slow cooked meats in their classic Old Brick Pit.
To drive by this place without stopping would be a mistake, because in a town that loves its ‘cue, Heirloom Market BBQ is among the best.
Hit the road and head to Smokejack! This downtown Alpharetta institution has been there since before the area’s revitalization and continues to deliver delicious BBQ and southern dishes every day.
From its humble beginnings on 6th Street in Midtown, to its now larger space and additional locations in Alpharetta and Smyrna, McCray’s tavern has been serving delicious food to Atlanta residents for over a decade. Whether it’s their 6th Street Nachos, Pimento Cheese Dip, the Grizzly burger or other great bar snacks, there’s a reason to make it your neighborhood pub.
Get ready for more than a meal at this Duluth spot…you’re in for an experience!
Post by: Caroline Solomon, Atlanta Eats Intern National Mac n’ Cheese Day was on Saturday, July 14th, so of course we decided to hit up our favorite spots for a mac n’ cheese fix! The first stop on this mac n’ cheese road trip was in Decatur’s Community Q BBQ. Sharp cheddar, Monterey jack, and […]
Platters of smoked ribs, potato skins piled high with pimento cheese and pulled pork, and probably the best collard greens you’ve ever had. We’re talking Greater Good BBQ.
Food lovers and dog lovers unite at this “fur friendly” hot spot. Whether you want something light, BBQ classics, or even the all-American patty melt, UJoint has got it on the menu.
Just a block away from the Georgia Aquarium & Philips Arena, you’ve got bourbon & bbq that has the whole city buzzing.
Sample the Texan-slash-Southern style slow & slow cooked Hickory-smoked meats at one of Atlanta’s famous BBQ spots!
Smoke Ring is in the heart of Castleberry Hill serving up some modern twists on southern classics.
Nestled in Loganville just east of Atlanta lies a spot with award winning meats & cajun cuisine your mouth is gonna water for.
770 BBQ grills up fresh & gorgeously marbled meat right in front of your eyes! It’s like dinner & a very delicious show.
If you want to really experience true Central Texas barbecue, you’ve gotta try DAS!
Serving up ‘cue to the masses since in 1926, Sprayberry’s is a legend in Newnan and beyond. But it’s more than BBQ, it’s family, Friday Night Lights and tradition. Oh, and the best lemon icebox pie you’ve ever had!
In 2010 Atlanta Magazine awarded Best BBQ in Atlanta to a place that was only open one day a week. Two years later, Bone Lick BBQ has gone full time and is like no barbecue place you’ve ever been to.
There is something special about this barbecue joint. No frill, but Pig-N-Chik supplies a lot of flavor and unique menu items.
Fat Matt’s serves up all the things you want in great Q without the embellishments and gimmicks that other places use to draw customers. No, Fat Matt’s does it by serving damn good food.