Meat Entrées

Kerala fried chicken and waffles at Cardamom Hill

This is chef/owner Asha Gomez's signature "the Indian south meets the American south" dish. Seasoned with traditional Kerala spices like ginger, » more

Hot chicken at One Eared Stag

You may have heard of Prince's Hot Chicken in Tennessee, the ultra-hot fried chicken that has inspired a good number of » more

Steak frites at Floataway Café

Few dishes in Atlanta are as good, if not better, than they are in their countries of origin, but the version » more

Beef rib with coleslaw at Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q

This enormous beef rib is reminiscent of "The Flintstones'" opening scene where Fred's order tips over the car. Only available on » more

L'arrosto pork shoulder at Double Zero Napoletana

This massive chunk of pork shoulder appears at the table in a cast-iron skillet after hours of slow roasting with tomatoes, » more

All-you-can-eat Korean barbecue combo at 678

It may seem pricey, but grab your friends to help you take down one of these enormous and gorgeous meat assortments » more

Georgia Sampler at Heirloom Market BBQ

With its subtle Korean influences, Heirloom Market consistently turns out some of the best and most unique barbecue in town. If » more

Pork and green chile burrito at Bell Street Burritos

Atlanta's signature burrito is surely the pork and green chile at Bell Street Burritos, an homage to the well-remembered 1980s Atlanta » more

Dry aged steak for two at Kevin Rathbun Steak

In chef Kevin Rathbun's temple to big steaks and expense-account dining, the dry-aged steak for two is a Goldilocks version of » more

Crépinettes at the Spotted Trotter

Artisanal bacons are a dime a dozen these days, isn't it time for a change? Crépinettes are big sausage-y meatballs wrapped » more

Chicken nachos at Red Pepper Taqueria

Nachos should be piled high and super slutty. Anemic tortilla chips with melted cheddar and pickled jalapeños need not apply. At » more

Sorrento lemon roast chicken at Gio's Chicken Amalfitano

Has eating something ever not been enough? Like, you'd only be truly satisfied if you also could crawl into the bowl » more

Three Little Piggies at 4th & Swift

Featuring an array of contrasting porky textures, chef Jay Swift's signature dish continues to evolve over time. Currently, cubes of cotechino » more

Duck breast at Restaurant Eugene

Seared to a perfect medium rare in an iron skillet, sliced duck breast is served over a slick and sweet spoon » more

Lamb choila at Himalayan Spice

The Nepali lamb choila at Himalayan Spice calls to mind the cuisines of nearby China, India, and even Thailand with hard-to-place » more

Fried chicken at Watershed on Peachtree

Quick, name another dish in Atlanta that has its own custom-stitched quilt hanging on the wall singing its praises. Watershed's legendary » more

Roast chicken and coconut sticky rice at Spice to Table

At Asha Gomez’s posh Old Fourth Ward cafe Spice to Table, a steamed banana leaf is all that stands between you » more

Pork ribs at Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q

Since making the switch from baby back ribs to the fatty and arguably more flavorful St. Louis-style in 2014, Fox Bros.’ » more

Peking duck at Royal China

There’s plenty of Peking duck out there, but Royal China’s is a show-stopper. Seriously, heads turn when this glistening guy travels » more

Bulgogi nachos at BBQ Takorea

To be quite honest, we would be happy to enjoy co-owner and cook Eun Pak’s delicious, sweet and spicy grilled Korean » more

Char siu barbecue pork at Hong Kong BBQ

The beauty of this Cantonese-style barbecue pork does not lie in its lustrous red exterior, but, instead, its versatility. You can » more

Fryinstein corndog at Pallookaville Fine Foods

Health nuts and vegetarians, avert your eyes. Pallookaville’s Fryinstein Monster, a hulking corndog thicker than a Wiffle Ball bat, is not » more

Fried chicken at the Busy Bee Café

Busy Bee’s fried chicken is an Atlanta food landmark. The friendly café down on MLK has been serving up crunchy, juicy, » more

Sliced beef brisket at Grand Champion BBQ

Grand Champion BBQ, now with two suburban outposts and a Krog Street Market counter in the family, does Texas-style brisket right. » more

Steak and Stout Pie at Panbury’s Double Crust Pies

The only duo that works better together than the slow braised beef shoulder and Guinness sauce in Panbury’s steak and stout » more

The chuletón at Cooks and Soldiers

The hulking chuletón, aka bone-in rib-eye for two, at Cooks and Soldiers does the traditional Spanish steak dish proud. Weighing at » more

Southern fried chicken parm at BoccaLupo

Each component of chef Bruce Logue’s stellar riff on classic chicken parmesan has been carefully engineered to maximize flavor. The sexy » more

Hand-rolled couscous with lamb at the Last Word

This dish has comfort food written all over it: fall-apart meat, stewed vegetables, savory sauce. The braised lamb comes on a » more

Confit of suckling pig at the Cockentrice

Chef/owner Kevin Ouzts initially wanted to put a whole pig on the Cockentrice’s menu but had to settle for one 12-ounce » more

Lamb biryani at Cafe Bombay

If Chinese fried rice and Indian lamb curry hooked up, the lamb biryani at Cafe Bombay in North Druid Hills would » more

Lamb with hummus at Ameer’s Mediterranean

Located inside a nondescript strip mall near LaVista and Briarcliff roads, Ameer’s has some of the most authentic, no-frills Middle Eastern » more

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