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Anna's BBQ

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Anna's BBQ boasts a lengthy traditional barbecue menu. The comfortable, family friendly atmosphere makes this Kirkwood newcomer feel like its been here for ages.
The Swallow at the Hollow

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Featured performers from the country-music capital serve up classic and contemporary fare every Friday and Saturday night. Most of the time it's a great barbecue joint that offers scrumptious chopped pork, mac-n-cheese with a gutsy crust, and Brunswick stew that hums with porcine goodness.
D.B.A. Barbecue

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This fun, spruced up barbecue joint features barbecued meats, wings, sides, and selections of whiskey, moonshine, bottled and draft beers, and signature cocktails. D.B.A has plenty of TVs for sports fans and a covered patio.

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Though the restaurant has been a choice Atlanta Braves pregame spot since 1991 — in Fulton County Stadium days it was called Jimmy Dee's Bar & Grill — the Bullpen has no affiliation with the Braves or Turner Field. Expect a hearty menu of sandwiches, hickory smoked ribs, wings, hot dogs, burgers, and sides.
Fat Matt's Rib Shack

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Live blues and the love of good barbecue bring people from all over town to the small, boxy barbecue joint. An Atlanta landmark, Fat Matt's turns out ribs, chopped-pork barbecue sandwiches and chickens by the score. With classic sides like a creamy coleslaw, "rum" baked beans and Brunswick stew, this is the place to get a small (or large) slice of hog heaven.
Sweet Auburn Barbecue

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Sweet Auburn Barbecue, known for its locations at the Atlanta Food Truck Park and Sweet Auburn Curb Market, now has its independent location in Poncey-Highland. Sweet Auburn Barbecue's specialty is southern barbecue with international twists featuring smoked meats, brisket, and barbecue pork along with daily sides and specials.
Grand Champion BBQ

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The Krog Street Market outpost offers a limited menu but it’s still a satisfying spot for fixing smokey ’cue cravings. Expect brisket, ribs, tasty sides, and gallons of iced tea.
Old Hickory House - Tucker

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$ (Under $10) The barbecue joint that urges your to "put some South in your mouth" -- and claims to have served Brunswick stew to former President Jimmy Carter -- cooks up all the pulled pork and ribs you might desire. If you're looking for a country breakfast, the restaurant can oblige.

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This barn-shaped spot serves old-style vinegar-based barbecue, mostly pork, on a specially designed pit. You won't find any butts or shoulders, which are more greasy and don't absorb the smoke as well. Specialties include chopped pork sandwiches, pork ribs, Brunswick Stew and baked beans.

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Come for surf or turf in a big southern way.. chef Todd Richards has a wide range of things on his menu from mac n cheese to sashimi. The food presentations are fancy, but the dress is casual. Feel free to bring the whole family. The Pig and the Pearl also does takeout.
Abdullah the Butcher House of Ribs & Chinese Food

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Don't go looking for souvenirs at the former pro-wrestler's joint — they're absent — but the restaurant is dedicated to barbecue and Chinese food. Stick to the ribs, rib tips and chicken and look for Abdullah (aka Larry Shreve) as he dominates the dining area and is friendly to fans.
Lovies BBQ

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Traditional barbecue in a friendly setting.
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