There's nothing better than getting ahold of a great secret, even if it is PH-balanced for a woman. Well now you're getting six, since six of ATL's delicious-est restos were nice enough to scheme up gutbusting clandestine items you can get at just by mentioning Thrillist. Now eat them:
Spice Market: "Red Dead" Curried Duck A staff favorite that's been publicly unavailable for years (now yours until Dec 1), this bird's simmered in a coconut milk/ lemongrass/ garlic/ ginger/ kaffir lime curry sauce, then topped with a spicy cilantro-garnished relish and pineapple sambal, but not pineapple Sambas, because those have way too much kick. Heyooo!
ZEN On Ten: BBQ "Lamb-Bam Thank You Ma'am" Go sushi-less with this turfy/surfy supper of BBQ lamb chops & grilled pepper shrimp, which comes with a fried veggie medley and's coated with thick Panang curry sauce, because Eddy Curry sauce never told you to come and eat it, Dave.
Hankook Taqueria: "Who Wants Beef" Brisket Taco The Korean taco shed's hooking you up with soy-braised brisket tacos topped w/ sesame horseradish cream and stuffed w/ soy-sesame-vinaigrette-tossed green cabbage, onions & Jack, which now you do know. Eat it, the irreverent quiz show party game!
Fuze Burger: "Gyro-nly Hope" Fuze quietly keeps a stash of pita bread in the back, into which they'll cram grilled strips of lamb & beef, l/t/o, and a homemade cilantro-cucumber sauce, sided with also-request-only chili cheese slaw tots and a honeydew milkshake, which Kelis reminds you that your own honey can't dew quite as well.
The Vortex L5P: "The Val Kilmer" If you've got about $40 and a solid medical plan, take on this monster: two 1/2lb sirloin patties stacked inside two grilled cheese sammies, which're topped with two fried eggs, eight American cheese slices, ten strips of bacon, and plenty o' mayo. Craziest of all, they even shove a Reuben in the middle, so hopefully that dude doesn't stop singing long enough to eat the rest of the sandwich before you get to it.
Kozmo Gastro Pub: Tempura-tation Chicken Tacos If you just need your tacos doused in boiling oil, the gastropub'll toss deep-fried tempura-battered chicken tenders into a soft flour shell, with sweet chili lime sauce & coleslaw -- who, along with Pamslaw & Tommyslaw, Martinslaw always kicks out.