We’re keeping the comfort food train going with these hearty broths and stews around town to warm you right up! Get your slurp on with takeout or dine-in at these restaurants today!
French onion soup has got to be one of the top soups ever, and under-the-radar neighborhood joint Atmosphere’s is particularly delicious! Melty cheese, perfectly caramelized onions, and hearty, brothy soup all come together to warm you right up from your head to your toes.
There’s no shortage of amazing BBQ spots in Atlanta, and they pretty much all make great chili, but Heirloom Market BBQ has to have one of the best. Made with smoked brisket and ground beef, this no-beans chili is topped with classic cheddar cheese, sour cream, and onions and full of flavor.
Think tofu has no flavor? Think again. It’s all about how you prepare it and So Kong Dong Tofu House’s generous portions of flavorful broth and silky tofu will convert any nonbeliever. For truly ravenous appetites, get the $19.99 Tofu Soup Combo Special that includes any tofu soup plus a side of Korean BBQ ribs and bulgogi.
Is there anything more comforting than matzoh ball soup on a cold rainy day? Emory Point’s The General Muir has been America’s go-to Jewish deli and restaurant for years, and they’re also opening up a second location in Sandy Springs very soon!
Dipping a quesataco into Birria El Gordo’s flavorful consomé, or broth soup, may very well just be heaven on earth. This birria specialty house opened up relatively recently in Marietta and they’re serving up delicious birria quesatacos and consommé, a traditional meat stew from the state of Jalisco. They often have a long line that stretches on and on outside the door, but the wait is worth it!
There’s tons of great Mexican and Tex Mex spots all over town, but Taqueria Del Sol is somewhat of a cult favorite in Atlanta. The lines are almost always long for their positively addicting tacos and enchiladas and queso. Their food’s always fabulous and filling, but try your hardest to save some room for their shrimp and corn chowder. It is *so* dang creamy and just a bowl of deliciousness every single time.
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We LOVE Souper Jenny, and it’s hard to think of a restaurateur that does more for the community than Jenny Levison. Her turkey chili recipe is built based upon a family recipe and includes four types of beans and lean ground turkey and a dash of hot sauce for a rich and heart chili. This soup is also gluten-free for those with gluten sensitivities! Something delicious they’re doing as well are Souper Jenny care packages–perfect for sending to a friend or family member you’re thinking of this holiday season!