Sandwiches, Burgers, and Buns

Baguette with prosciutto at Star Provisions

Some things in life are good because they are simple: Bread and butter. Meat and cheese. Bread with butter and meat » more

Lobster roll at Atlanta Fish Market

At Buckhead's iconic Atlanta Fish Market, the lobster roll has been a signature item since opening in 1981. Fun fact: The » more

Original Red Hot with slaw and Hot Texan sauce at Barkers Red Hots

Barkers has been bringing flavorful, charcoal-grilled love to Atlanta for nearly 30 years. Part of the secret to these red hots » more

Ghetto Burger at Ann's Snack Bar

If a burger's merit can be determined by the number of napkins dirtied while devouring it, Ghetto Burger is the mother. » more

Oyster roll at the Pinewood Tippling Room

This sandwich can be summed up in one word: crunch. Supple gulf oysters are soaked in buttermilk, covered in a thin » more

Crispy duck buns at Miso Izakaya

Roasted duck confit, shredded and crisp around the edges, is tucked into the fold of a delicate steamed rice-flour bun, and » more

Barbecue pork banh mi at We Suki Suki

Ever since Quynh Trinh, better known as “Q,” set up shop in East Atlanta in 2012, that “Buford Hwy EAV” sign » more

Roasted cauliflower and eggplant sandwich at Bocado

A spicy, drippy, crunchy mess of a meal, the two halves of Bocado's roasted cauliflower and eggplant sandwich each arrive fitted » more

Georgia po’boy at Star Provisions

The not-so-secret secret behind Star Provisions’ stellar shrimp po’boys is the shrimp; supremely plump Georgia white shrimp, lightly fried until crisp, » more

Poodle at Good Food Truck

A French toast bun, all-beef dog, apple slaw, pancake syrup, and a few dabs of brown mustard make this "Poodle" the » more

The Italian Grinder at Fred’s Meat and Bread

Northerners may scoff at the idea of getting a proper grinder sandwich south of the Mason-Dixon Line, but chef Todd Ginsberg’s » more

Burger Stack at Bocado

The burger wars have come and gone. Chef Todd Ginsberg has left Bocado, but his burger stack and its title of » more

Korean barbecue sandwich at Heirloom Market BBQ

If you need proof that the mingling of the Korean and Southern barbecue traditions is a blissful thing, look no further » more

Reuben at General Muir

Chef Todd Ginsberg has not fiddled much with the essential elements of a Reuben: the tender pile of corned beef, the » more

Beast on yeast at Victory Sandwich Bar

Nestled within butter-glazed Parker House yeast rolls from H&F Bread Company is a generous helping of slow-cooked and super-tender pot roast. » more

BBQ pork bahn mi at Quoc Huong

Vietnam's most recognizable sandwich is old-school fusion: a French demi-baguette stuffed with pickled daikon and carrots, cilantro, and, in this case, » more

The cheese steak at Mad Italian

The most noteworthy cheese steak in Atlanta is located off an access road of I-285. At the Mad Italian, khaki-clad office » more

Pulled pork sandwich at Community Q

Last we checked, there are more places to buy a pulled pork sandwich in the Atlanta metro area than we have » more

Offal Tacos at Eat Me Speak Me

In case you’ve been living under a rock, chef Jarrett Stieber’s Eat Me Speak Me pop-up takes over Candler Park’s Gato » more

Dirty Bird bao at Ah-Ma’s Taiwanese Kitchen

No need to travel to Taipei for authentic Taiwanese street food when you can simply head to Midtown. Ah-Ma’s Taiwanese Kitchen » more

Fried chicken taco at Taqueria del Sol

Only a few ingredients create this irresistible combo of South-meets-Mexican comfort food thanks to crispy-on-the-outside and moist-on-the-inside chicken strips. A soft » more

Rooben at Community Q BBQ

Community Q’s take on the classic Reuben is tried, true, and will not disappoint (though it’s available only on Tuesdays). Made » more

Viola panini at Toscano and Sons Italian Market

None of the pressed paninis at Toscano and Sons Italian Market contain more than six components. Instead of bells and whistles, » more

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