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The Best Places to Get Peach Cobbler in Atlanta

Peach cobbler is a quintessential Southern dessert that has been enjoyed by generations – everyone from your great grandma to your teenager can remember their first bite of the delicious dish. Made best with fresh juicy peaches and a buttery, flaky crust, this dessert is the perfect way to finish off a fantastic meal. As the Peach State, you know we’ve got access to fresh batches of this sensational stone fruit (And yes, we know South Carolina exports more than we do, but GA’s taste the best, duh). We’re highlighting some of our favorite places to get that perfect Southern dessert staple, Peach Cobbler!


1. Anna’s BBQ

1976 Hosea L Williams Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30317
(404) 963-6976

We’re highlighting this ATL favorite BBQ spot because when it comes to cobbler, they’re up there with the best in the A! A black owned business and Kirkwood neighborhood favorite for years, the Peach Cobbler at Anna’s has a delightful amount of spice, a beautifully buttery crust and sensationally sweet peaches. Sit outside on their front porch and soak up the sun along with your cobbler.

Cobblers and pies from Aunt Evelyn's Peach Cobbler.

2. Aunt Evelyn’s Peach Cobbler


Aunt Evelyn’s Peach Cobbler is a bakery that specializes in making peach cobblers using a family recipe that has been passed down for generations. They don’t have a brick and mortar store front, but you can find them for sale at places like Candler Park Market, Dogwood Pizza, Farmview Market, and Stone Mountain Public House. Order cobblers in a variety of sizes or get a few Single Specials and keep them in the freezer to enjoy later!

The peach cobbler from Busy Bee Cafe.

3. Busy Bee

810 Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30314
(404) 525-9212

Busy Bee is one of three legendary soul food restaurants on this list and for good reason – they’ve been serving up delicious cobblers since 1947. Their peach cobbler is made with fresh peaches and a flaky crust, and is served hot with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. It’s a must-try for any out of towners looking for an authentic Southern dessert.

The peach cobbler from Das BBQ


Multiple Locations – check website for details
DAS BBQ is a friendly smoked meat spot on Memorial Drive in Grant Park and in Vinings. They focus on texas style BBQ, and when it comes to desserts, they have texas sized flavor. The white chocolate banana pudding is excellent, but we’ll go back for the peach cobbler. The crust is crunchy and caramelized and the peaches are hearty and whole – it’s delicious in the winter or summer out on their patio!

The peach cobbler from Magnolia Room Cafeteria.

5. Magnolia Room Cafeteria

4450 Hugh Howell Rd #10, Tucker, GA 30084
(770) 864-1845

A classic Atlanta meat and three, Magnolia Room Cafeteria is a cafeteria style restaurant that’s great for a business lunch or weekend brunch. When peaches are in season, they make sure to make incredible cobbler available, using produce from local vendors like Sherry’s produce. They also make the crust from scratch, daily. Get it in summertime at Magnolia Room Cafeteria.

The peach cobbler from Mary Mac's Tea Room.

6. Mary Mac’s Tea Room

224 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 876-1800

Mary Mac’s is an iconic Atlanta soul food restaurant and serves a delicious “Georgia Peach Cobbler” made with fresh local peaches and a flaky crust. It’s the perfect way to end a meal of catfish, Hoppin’ John , and Mac and cheese.

The peach cobbler from Ms. Ruby's Peach Cobbler Cafe.

7. Ms. Ruby’s Peach Cobbler Cafe

2221 Peachtree Rd NW Suite G, Atlanta, GA 30309

While Ms. Ruby’s Peach Cobbler Cafe may focus on our delicious dessert in their name, their menu is full of sensational soul food. And with three locations – one in Buckhead, Fayetteville and Smyrna – you can get soul food somewhere near you seven days a week. When it comes to the cobbler, it’s incredible – a buttery crust and a hint of spice in every bite!

The peach cobbler from Paschal's.

8. Paschal’s

180 Northside Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30313
(404) 835-0833

Paschal’s is a historic Atlanta restaurant where Martin Luther King, John Lewis and other iconic civil rights leaders likely sampled the Peach Cobbler. A meeting place for the civil rights movement in Atlanta, Paschal’s has been serving up Southern comfort food since 1947. The peach cobbler is as delicious as ever, with a crust made from scratch and perfectly spiced peaches in every bite.

The peach cobbler from the Peach Cobbler Factory.

9. The Peach Cobbler Factory

171 Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30303

How many ways can you cobble a cobbler together? The Peach Cobbler Factory is testing the limits, with incredible results. They have 12 different cobblers, with a classic peach cobbler that you can never go wrong with, along with a Sweet Potato Peach Cobbler, Mango Peach Cobbler, Blackberry Peach Cobbler and a Cinnamon Praline Peach Cobbler that is mindblowingly good with a side of vanilla ice cream. You can also order full cobbler pans, and don’t sleep on the Banana Pudding, Cinnamon Rolls and cookies, either.

The peach cobbler from Roasters.

10. Roasters

Multiple Locations

When it comes to feeding families and other large groups, Roasters is always reliable. And when you have to throw in a dessert for your group, you can’t do better than their homemade cobbler. Look for it in the summertime when peaches are fresh and served with a cinnamon crumble topping. Order a few scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream to make it really mouthwatering.

The peach cobbler from Who's Got Soul.

11. Who’s Got Soul?

Multiple Locations

Who’s Got Soul? is a family-owned restaurant that serves up delicious soul food in three locations – Lawrenceville, Decatur and Duluth. Their peach cobbler is made daily and served piping hot, like your grandma just took it out of the oven. Come for an incredible meat and three experience with some of the best soul food in the A.

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