Would You Eat This 3-Pound Chicken Nugget?
1. Woody's CheeseSteaks981 Monroe Dr NE, Atlanta
2. Victory Sandwich Bar Decatur340 Church St, Decatur
3. Urban Cannibals477 Flat Shoals Ave SE, Atlanta
4. Quoc Huong Banh Mi Fast Food5150 Buford Hwy C-170, Doraville
5. Rosebud1397 N Highland Ave NE, Atlanta
6. Havana Restaurant3979 Buford Hwy NE #108, Atlanta
7. Bone Lick BBQ1133 Huff Rd, Atlanta
8. Ocean Market489 Peachtree St, Atlanta
9. Star Provisions1198 Howell Mill Rd NW, Atlanta
The little wooden shack outside Piedmont Park slings slices of beef, cheese, (and beers). While turkey and veggie are on the menu, stick with the 1/3 -pound of shaved Angus beef. Go with the peppers, onions, and mushrooms, which are glued to that beef with white cheddar, provolone, or liquid orange “whiz”.
The Victory Sandwich Shop in Decatur is known for its small but mighty selection of tiny, affordable, and cleverly named sandwiches. The pressed squares’ flavor combinations range from the Tea Bird, with chicken, ghost pepper jack, tomato, lettuce, and sweet tea mayo, to the Okie Dokie, with Brie, confit tomato, artichoke, arugula, and pesto. If you’re looking to mix it up, salads and sides are also options. On the beverage side of things, get a brain freeze from a “world famous” Jack and Coke Slushie or sip on a spiked soda.
This cool general store & deli features locally-sourced & organic eats, plus eco-friendly goods. Be sure to try The Dogwood
The best version of the Vietna-French ‘wich is found, of course, on our famous I-85 parallel. The pork is marinated, slow-roasted, then finished with fire. A house-spiced mayo calms the heat, and the customary daikon-carrot blend has the bitter and tart to make that layer complete.
Enjoy American fare with a Southern twist at this neighborhood resto serving brunch (Saturday & Sunday, plus Monday nights!), breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Seriously authentic Cuban eats -- empanadas, tostones, Cuban sandwiches -- that've been enjoyed by Atlantans for more than 32yrs.
Bone Lick's a saucy meat mecca with a recycled wood bar and skee-ball pointed out by a gigantic lit-up carnival arrow.
This European-inspired deli offers up in-house smoked and cured eats, dominating the lunch scene with dishes like their bahn mi: 18-hour smoked pork topped with a foie gras cream and purple cabbage slaw on a baguette.
A gourmet food market where you can pick up quality wines, cheeses, fish, meats, cookware, and more. They've also got some super-tasty sweets and treats, like their dossant (croissant-donut hybrid!).