10 delicious snacks you can pick up from Atlanta restaurants

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Fancy takeaway snacks made in restaurant kitchens

Photograph by Martha Williams

The rise in restaurant takeout has led to a tasty new trend: fancy takeaway snacks made in restaurant kitchens. Here are the sweetest local options—some savory, spicy, and boozy ones, too.

Gummies with Plum and morita chili Chamoy
Supremo, Grant Park, $4

Fancy takeaway snacks made in restaurant kitchensEverything Crackers
Staplehouse, Old Fourth Ward, $4

Fancy takeaway snacks made in restaurant kitchensGranola
Little Tart Bakeshop, Grant Park and elsewhere, $15

Fancy takeaway snacks made in restaurant kitchensCoco-Negroni bottled cocktail with Bimini coconut gin (serves two)
Ticon-To-Go Club, Krog Street Market, $26

Fancy takeaway snacks made in restaurant kitchensBanana chips
Snackboxe Bistro, Doraville, $5

Fancy takeaway snacks made in restaurant kitchens
Available in cheese and ranch flavors!

Photograph by Martha Williams

Crispy crunch chili chips with chili, lime, garlic, Sichuan pepper, and more
Snackboxe Bistro, Doraville, $6

Fancy takeaway snacks made in restaurant kitchens
Bake from frozen!

Photograph by Martha Williams

Frozen “Doozie” Dough malted chocolate-chip cookies
Poco Loco, Kirkwood, $8

Fancy takeaway snacks made in restaurant kitchens
Bring it on a hike! Spike it with tequila!

Photograph by Martha Williams

Greaterade watermelon juice with a hint of salt
Maepole, Summerhill, $4

Fancy takeaway snacks made in restaurant kitchens
Spoon it over ice cream! Try it on fruit!

Photograph by Martha Williams

Cajeta goat’s milk caramel
El Ponce, Poncey-Highland, $6

Fancy takeaway snacks made in restaurant kitchensSpicy Peanuts
JenChan’s, Cabbagetown, $8

Learn more about why and how some Atlanta restaurants made the pivot to marketplaces during the pandemic.

This article appears in our September 2021 issue.

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