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5 Favorite Sandwiches in Atlanta: Italian Grinder at Fred's Meat & Bread

5 of our favorite sandwiches in Atlanta

Atlanta's sandwich game deserves your attention. Whether you want something spicy, crisp, cool, or gooey, these are just a few of my favorites that are guaranteed to satisfy.
Zunzi's

S#*t yeah! Zunzi’s will leave you full, happy, and casually swearing

The Savannah-based shop serves massive, South African-inspired sandwiches in a friendly environment that never takes itself too seriously.

Biscuit house Holler & Dash adds lighter fare to the menu

The Cracker Barrel-backed chain is best known for its fried chicken biscuits, but it's now selling toasts, bowls, and salads to cater to lunch crowds looking for lighter fare.

Dish Spotlight: Venkman’s patty melt

"It's just familiar. It makes you feel good."

Döner kebap sandwiches arrive in Emory Village

Georgia-based chain KEBA (pronounced Kay-Bah) specializes in a spin-off of döner kebap, a type of Turkish sandwich you can find on nearly every street corner in Germany.

Schlotzsky’s tests its first “Austin Eatery” in Duluth

The deli chain is rebranding itself as a concept offering dishes inspired by Austin's food truck scene, and Duluth is home to the first test location.
Bahn Mi Atlanta

We can’t pick just one favorite banh mi in Atlanta—so here are three

Here's the breakdown of three of our favorite banh mi sandwiches, from Quoc Huong, We Suki Suki, and Lee's Bakery.
Truett's Luau

The offbeat Chick-fil-A concept restaurants you’ve never heard of

Until just recently I had no clue that Chick-fil-A owns two concept restaurants that serve completely different fare: Truett’s Pizza Cafe and Truett’s Luau. The family-style pizza joint and the Hawaiian-themed establishment (Chick-fil-Aloha, everybody!) are both in Fayetteville, both closed on Sundays, and both late-in-life pet projects of the entrepreneurial company founder.
Pickles

4 of our favorite Georgia-made pickles

Unlike iceberg lettuce, pickles add zippy flavor along with snap and crunch. Here, four of our favorite local lids to pop.

Eat This: The General Muir’s Pastrami Sandwich

When chef Todd Ginsberg set out to open The General Muir in 2013, he wanted to create a restaurant that paid homage to the delis that he and his parents grew up dining at. He planned to serve his childhood favorites, like matzoh ball soup, corned beef, and a pastrami sandwich, but there was one problem. “When I told my parents I was going to open a deli, my dad looked at me and said, ‘Todd, you don’t know how to make pastrami.'"

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