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Greenwood's on Green Street

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At this cozy, home-style Roswell restaurant you can enjoy authentic Southern cooking, particularly the sweet, honey-fried chicken, the buttery, boneless pork chops and the soul-food sides. The pies are some of the best in the Atlanta area.

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This is a chef-driven restaurant that presents southern food and barbecue. Everything from sauces to sides are made in-house. Expect things like boiled peanuts, fried chicken, and smoked meats.

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Like an Adirondack hunting lodge for billionaires, Blue Ridge Grill boasts an imposing but warm dining room and mouth-watering meat dishes from the wood-burning grill. The barbecue quail, five-spice pork chops and apple-stuffed Georgia trout are all standouts, and the kitchen offers some savory variations on the omnipresent crab cake.

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The Colonnade Restaurant

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The overt country-club feel meshes with a distinct undercurrent of mellow booziness at this Southern-style restaurant that stands out from its surroundings on one of Midtown's seediest strips. Don't be daring. Go for the basic meat-and-two and choose the hot vegetables for sides. The fried chicken is the go-to order for generations of Atlantans. When you're looking for the dining equivalent of a comfortable old friend, visit the Colonnade.

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Chef Mel Toledo and his wife Sandy are serving French and Italian dishes but with a southern twist in a casual and social setting where guest can enjoy cocktails, craft beers, and boutique wines.

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Located across Chastain Park, this New Southern standby feels like a country club where everyone is welcome. If the food doesn't wow, it certainly doesn't disappoint either. Think classic Southern creations all draped over mounds of '90s-esque flavored mashed potatoes. Don't leave without ordering pulled pork on a corn pancake or oatmeal-spice cake with caramel ice cream for dessert.
King and Duke

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Ford Fry's 24-foot-open-hearth restaurant. Experience locally sourced dishes cooked in front of guests.

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New Southern cuisine with local ingredients make this North Fulton restaurant a standout. The restored 150-year-old farmhouse in Crabapple's historic district has a bar, fireplace and patio.

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This downtown Alpharetta restaurant and bar has an open kitchen, a communal table, and a bar on the roof top. The cuisine is ingredient driven with lunch items such as steak frites with caramelized onions and for dinner, pork osso buco.
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