Food & Drink

The 9 Most Important Atlanta Snacks

Published On 05/18/2015 Published On 05/18/2015
The Varsity
The Nook, On Piedmont Park
Sublime Doughnuts
Frozen Pints Ice Cream
Elyse Albert/Thrillist
Bacon's Heir - Pork Clouds
Buckhead Diner
Flickr/Wally Gobetz
Elyse Albert/Thrillist
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1. The Nook 1144 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30309 (Midtown)

A neighborhood tavern with tasty bar eats that're actually affordable -- they've got a whole 10-10 menu stocked with 10 items for $10 or less. We're pretty sure Charlie Sheen would call that winning.

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2. Sublime Doughnuts 535 10th St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318 (Home Park)

Sublime is to donuts what Picasso was to painting. They're serious about the craft of creating sweet dough with a hole in the middle and their huge variety of gourmet donuts convey that with every delectable bite.

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3. Mary Mac's Tea Room 224 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30308 (Midtown)

At Mary Mac's Tea Room, patrons can enjoy a taste of authentic Southern cooking and hospitality. This means heaping plates of staples like fried chicken, braised ox tails, and grilled liver and onions, as well as a number of specialty drinks like the Mint Julep and Georgia Peach. The place is over 70 years old and was officially named “Atlanta’s Dining Room” by the City of Atlanta. Read any online traveler’s guides and you’ll be convinced that there’s no way to visit Atlanta without eating here. There are pencils and paper sheets on your table for you to write your own order, a tradition of MM’s that dates wayyy back (pre-Bieber).

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4. Buckhead Diner 3073 Piedmont Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30305 (Buckhead)

Buckhead Diner is famous for its Warm Maytag Blue Cheese Chips -- and its banana cream pie. They are the reason every celebrity who visits Atlanta makes a pitstop at this Piedmont Rd institution.

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