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The 28-country metro area has at least 350 barbecue eateries—not just stand-alone restaurants, but food trucks and pop-ups and kiosks and lots of places doing things that don't fit the standard definition of Southern barbecue. It isn't just chopped pork anymore.
The suspense is over. Atlas, Bacchanalia, Hayakawa, Lazy Betty, and Mujo are officially one Michelin Star restaurants. 45 total restaurants rounded out Atlanta's inaugural Michelin Guide—here's what made the cut.
Not long ago, a meat-averse person who found themselves at a barbecue restaurant would have been relegated to a pretty short menu of side dishes: mac and cheese, potato salad, green beans that might not be flavored with bacon. But, as palates have become more plant-forward, so too have ’cue joints—where veggies are now getting almost as much respect as their low-and-slow menu mates.
17 AAPI chefs teamed up for a fundraiser for families of the victims of the Atlanta spa shootings. It sold out in hours.
On March 16, the evening a man shot and killed eight people—six of them Asian women—at three different metro Atlanta spas, Thip Athakhanh, owner of Laotian restaurant Snackboxe Bistro, and Mia Orino, of Filipino pop-up Kamayan ATL, were at dinner. “We came home, saw the news, and were shocked about what happened. We knew we had to do something,” says Athakhanh.
The Campaign for Real Barbecue set out identify barbecue joints that still cook over nothing but hardwood embers and smoke. But they discovered the hunt for true barbecue is more complicated than wood versus gas.
We took the best dishes from Atlanta's barbecue restaurants and made you a perfect picnic. Here are recipes for Community Q’s three-cheese mac and cheese, Heirloom Market BBQ’s ribs, Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q's smoked brisket, and more.
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