There're many ways to honor a loved one who's passed on, even bringing them back, as proven by the remake of "We Are the World", which reanimated Michael Jackson despite already popping with the star power of the incomparable Farnsworth Bentley. Celebrating the life of a lost relative with meat, Bucc's BBQ. Operating from a former Just Loaf'n location, Bucc's is a walk-up/drive-thru cabin of 'cue, serving smoked & rubbed meats and sides made from heirloom recipes, with a brick exterior featuring a mural created by local artist Alejandro, a brick/aluminum interior, and a wooden BBQ pit built into the front, all run by the family of slain ATL rapper Dolla, about whom you really shouldn't ask "Who The F**k Is That??", at least when you're inside. Dolla's mom & sis prep sides like corn nuggets, veggie baked beans, and turkey-stewed collards every morning, and meat's marinated for 24 hours before hittin' the grill at 7AM; get two-sided plates like dry or sauced beef rib tips, chicken wings, or brisket, which they say has "turned some pork eaters into beef-eaters"...can't we all just get along?!? You can also gobble 1/4lb burgers or sammies loaded with smoked chicken breast or links (beef, chicken, or veggie); for more uniquely packaged grub, they'll take links, wings, or rib tips, drop 'em in sub sandwich bags with fries, then pour in your choice of sauce to produce what they call "Snack Saccs", in a transparently desperate attempt to impress the Swedish American Chamber of Commerce. You can also nab family-sized portions, including a whole chicken, a slab of ribs, a pound of brisket, or a gallon of collards and/or green/baked beans; for dessert, grab a slice of cake like red velvet, chocolate, or pound, which everyone was giving Farnsworth Bentley, after he straight killed that chorus from the top corner of the risers.