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King Barbecue

King Barbecue opens Tuesday at Avalon; check out the menu

Shaun Doty and Lance Gummere have converted their Alpharetta location of chicken spot Bantam & Biddy into a barbecue restaurant, King Barbecue, which is set to open on Tuesday, June 5.

The verdict on 6 newcomers to Atlanta’s dining scene

Mini-reviews of the Local Pizzaiolo, the White Bull, Noona, Achie's, Genuine Pizza, and Dixie Q
Heirlom Market BBQ reopens fire

Heirloom Market BBQ reopens after a fire destroyed its smokehouse

A fire destroyed Heirloom Market BBQ's smokers on Friday the 13th, but that's not stopping the popular barbecue joint from serving a limited menu, which includes their spicy Korean pork and extra orders of their Korean fried chicken.
Bryan Furman and Erika Council

Breakfast meets barbecue at B’s Cracklin’s Bomb-Ass Biscuit Pop-Up

Seven lucky Saturdays in 2017 had B’s Cracklin’ Barbeque chef and owner Bryan Furman and Southern Soufflé blogger Erika Council serving breakfast. Almost every morning, they sold out. Thankfully, 2018 will see more from these two. We chatted with them about their partnership.
50 Best Restaurants in Atlanta

22. B’s Cracklin’

When he opened the original B’s in Savannah in October 2014, Bryan Furman was one of the first to bring heritage pork to the barbecue world.
Heirloom Market BBQ

28. Heirloom Market BBQ

Together at Heirloom Market, Cody Taylor and Jiyeon Lee merge American and Korean barbecue traditions.
Community Q BBQ Mac and Cheese

46. Community Q BBQ

Dave Roberts is a veteran pitmaster dedicated to tender pulled pork and smoky St. Louis–style ribs.
B's Cracklin'

Barbecue: B’s Cracklin’

This Atlanta location of pitmaster Bryan Furman’s barbecue joint—the original is in Savannah—couldn’t have been more warmly embraced by Riverside, a neighborhood in need of choice dining options.
SmoQue Pit

Chef Seni Alabi-Isama raised the culinary bar in Statesboro. Now, he’s bringing sous-vide barbecue.

Of the approximately 100 restaurants in Statesboro, some 70 percent are fast food chains. Seni Alabi-Isama craved thoughtful food made from high-quality ingredients that reflected his wide-ranging cultural influences.
Erika Council’s cinnamon rolls

B’s Cracklin’ BBQ is hosting a breakfast pop-up

Ever since Bryan Furman opened B’s Cracklin’ BBQ in Atlanta last fall, he’s wanted to serve breakfast.Now he's teaming up with Southern Soufflé writer Erika Council for a pop-up.

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