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  1. 678

    3880 Satellite Boulevard Duluth, GA 30096 See Map
    678, the latest Korean barbecue restaurant, fuses styles by featuring pork and beef equally, and it weaves in some fresh flourishes.
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  2. BBQ Chicken

    3473 Old Norcross Road Duluth, GA 30096 See Map
    The name may conjure quintessentially American backyard grills, but this neon-bright joint is the first area franchise of a Korean chain specializing in olive oil–fried chicken.
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  3. Big Shanty Smokehouse

    3393 Cherokee Street Kennesaw, GA 30144 See Map
    Dry-rubbed ribs stand out among the brisket, pulled pork, and homemade sausage, with a burnished bark that gives way to fragrant, coral meat.
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  4. Bone Lick BBQ

    1133 Huff Road Atlanta, GA 30318 See Map
    The Big Ole Totties—Tater Tots bombarded with pulled pork, chipotle barbecue sauce, Brunswick stew, cheese sauce, and jalapeño slices—is this barbecue joint's most satisfying dish.
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  5. Burnt Fork Bar-B-Q

    614 Church Street Decatur, GA 30030 See Map
    This well-intentioned barbecue joint, which opened in 2011, fits right into the Decatur community.
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