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Atlanta eateries .....

Postby Becky M » Mon Apr 01, 2013 9:47 am

We will be in Atlanta this weekend and I am wanting some suggestions for BBQ....or just good soul food, comfort food. If there are any good Latino ideas, that would be great.

Our hotel is actually in Alpharetta.

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Re: Atlanta eateries .....

Postby Michele Cull » Mon Apr 01, 2013 10:14 am

Not BBQ, but tasty - http://www.bellstreetburritos.com - owned by shape note singing buddy Matt Hinton.
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Re: Atlanta eateries .....

Postby JustinHammond » Mon Apr 01, 2013 11:34 am

I've never had the chance to eat at either, but these are on my must try BBQ list for Atlanta.

http://www.fatmattsribshack.com/

http://www.daddydz.com/
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Re: Atlanta eateries .....

Postby Chris LM » Mon Apr 01, 2013 3:06 pm

Swallow in the Hollow is an excellent BBQ place in Roswell GA, which is very close to Alpharetta. Good luck.
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Postby Margie L » Mon Apr 01, 2013 9:52 pm

I used to go to Mary Mac's Tea Room for pot liquor and corn bread, fried chicken and sweet tea. I haven't been to Atlanta in ages, but it looks like it's still in business: http://www.marymacs.com/
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Re: Atlanta eateries .....

Postby Becky M » Tue Apr 02, 2013 9:41 am

Thanks for the recommendations!

Oh and Margie....you had me at pot liquor.

Michelle....I'm intrigued with Belle Street Burritos #4 question in the FAQ. interesting .
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Re: Atlanta eateries .....

Postby Michele Cull » Tue Apr 02, 2013 10:16 am

Becky M wrote:
Michelle....I'm intrigued with Belle Street Burritos #4 question in the FAQ. interesting .


Matt taught religion at Morehouse and is a filmmaker. Interesting feller.
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Re: Atlanta eateries .....

Postby Bradley W » Tue Apr 02, 2013 9:01 pm

For barbecue - Fatt Matt's is great atmosphere but tiny and not the greatest bbq imho. I can't imagine it will be easy to get in the door this weekend. Swallow in the Hollow is top notch and close to where you are staying. The former chef there is in a new place also close to you and worth a visit. 'Cue Barbecue.

http://cuebarbecue.com/

For latino there is El Taco Veloz. Several locations and is authentic and awesome. I am also a huge fan of Taqueria Del Sol.

http://www.tacoveloz.com/

http://taqueriadelsol.com/

Have fun and let us know what places you hit!
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Re: Atlanta eateries .....

Postby Jason R » Wed Apr 03, 2013 11:19 pm

We went to La Fonda for Latino cuisine and liked it a lot. http://www.fellinisatlanta.com/lafonda.html

And don't miss Sublime Doughnuts for a sugar-rush breakfast! http://sublimedoughnuts.com/index.php

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Re: Atlanta eateries .....

Postby RichardM » Thu Apr 04, 2013 12:28 pm

If you are making the trip then let us recommend you stop in Marietta, GA on the way down for a great meal before going on to the Georgia Dome for the Game. We recommend The Butcher The Baker, 25 North Park Square, Marietta GA for your dining pleasure. Louisvillian Micah Pfister and his wife Katie run this locally owned farm to table restaurant that focuses on bringing a new taste to the Marietta Square, by depending entirely on our local farmers, seasonality, and house made to give you the best dining experience possible.

May not be BBQ but it is good food.

And, one more thing. If you bring your receipt from there back to Louisville and take it to NUTS N STUFF before the 21st you'll get 10% off your entire order. Micah is the son of the owners of NNS, Paul and Mel Pfister.
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