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

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