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Atlanta’s Most Delectable Charcuterie Boards

Charcuterie has been having a moment for quite some time now and we’re thrilled to keep the cured meats and cheese train going. Here’s some truly divine charcuterie boards to give a go around town! Restaurants listed below in alphabetical order. 

9 Mile Station - Charcuterie
9 Mile Station – Charcuterie

9 Mile Station

It’s rare a restaurant can deliver both great food AND a great view, and 9 Mile Station kills it on both fronts. They nail their charcuterie board with pickled veggies, spicy and tasty cured meats, and other crudite goodness.


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We never get tired of Barcelona’s flavorful and addicting tapas. And something that starts off every meal right is a few of their cheeses and charcuterie. Their sheep’s milk cheeses are so great and the chorizo picante has just the right amount of spice. Locations in West Midtown and Inman Park. 

Bulla Gastrobar - Charcuterie | Photo: Facebook/bullagastrobar
Bulla Gastrobar – Charcuterie | Photo: Facebook/bullagastrobar

Bulla Gastrobar

Lomo Ibérico, Murcia Al vino, Jamón Serrano, and Coppa are all on the menu at Bulla Gastrobar in Midtown. If you’re eating at home you should also be aware they have sangria pitchers to go for $25! 

The Charcuterie Chick - Charcuterie Board | Photo:
The Charcuterie Chick – Charcuterie Board | Photo:

The Charcuterie Chick 

Ever built a charcuterie board at home and had it look a lackluster? Us, too. So next time you’re hosting a get together or just wanting to amp up a date night with your honey, give ATL’s Charcuterie Chick a call. She’s got charcuterie boards available in small, medium, large, and XL (which includes the board for you to keep!) depending on your needs. Pick-up is complementary, and delivery is also available. 

Haven - Charcuterie
Haven – Charcuterie


Haven is a mainstay in Brookhaven for their comfy neighborhood tavern vibes and Southern/New American food. They’ve got some charcuterie goodness on their menu with soft and sharp cheeses, cured meats and crusty bread. 

Pork Cheek Tacos from The Iberian Pig
The Iberian Pig -Pork Cheek Tacos

The Iberian Pig

Charcuterie might originally be an Italian tradition but we gotta say that the Spanish spots in town really are delivering. The Iberian Pig has some really great cheese and charcuterie offerings. The Manchego D.O.P. is fantastic and the Salchicón Ibérico will tickle any palette. Pro tip: visit them between 5pm to 7pm on the weekdays for the Jamón Happy Hour. They also have pick-up available if you’re more comfortable dining at home at this time. 

Savi - Charcuterie
Savi – Charcuterie

Savi Provisions

We’re pretty thrilled to see this neighborhood artisan grocer start to pop up in more and more places around town, because they’re a fantastic stop when we’re in the mood to treat ourselves to charcuterie or to wine or to a gourmet sandwich or any other luxe goodie we can imagine! Check out their website to find a location near you! 

The Spotted Trotter 

We went on a tasty drive to visit The Spotted Trotter with Butler Lexus of South Atlanta and learned all about the art of charcuterie! The Spotted Trotter is harnessing the tradition of charcuterie and blending it with the fantastic ingredients of the Southeast. You can stop by their store to pick-up premium cured meats and cheeses or order them for delivery through Zifty. They’ve also got great catering options!  


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