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1. Nuevo Laredo Cantina1495 Chattahoochee Avenue NW, Atlanta
2. Hydro-Clinic Atlanta3872 Roswell Road #3, Atlanta
3. Bone Lick BBQ1133 Huff Rd, Atlanta
4. Home Grown968 Memorial Dr SE, Atlanta
5. Quan Ba 94285 Buford Hwy, Atlanta
6. Gladys Knight & Ron Winans Chicken and Waffles529 Peachtree Street, Atlanta
7. The Nook1144 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta
8. Waffle House135 Andrew Young International Blvd NW, Atlanta
While working for ATL giant Coca-Cola in the 1960s, current restaurateur Chance Evans took frequent trips to Mexico, presumably to figure out just how they made that much-coveted Mexican Coke. Anyway, those trips inspired Evans to open his own restaurant, which he's ensured is serving only the best, most authentic South-of-the-Border dishes, including huevos rancheros, chicken mole, chalupas, and more.
Let the professionals at Hydro-Clinic shoot you full of vitamins and IV fluids for wellness... obviously.
Bone Lick's a saucy meat mecca with a recycled wood bar and skee-ball pointed out by a gigantic lit-up carnival arrow.
Home Grown is the kind of diner that will feed any and all cravings. The breakfast and lunch menu features diet-killing comfort plates like the Billy Boy, a whipped cream-topped stack of chocolate chip pancakes with a side of home fries and a Coke, ten kinds of biscuit sandwiches, and fried bologna on grilled Texas toast. While everything here is worth sampling, the open-faced Comfy Chicken Biscuit (crisp and juicy fried chicken atop a buttery biscuit and drowned in creamy sausage gravy) has been called one of the best things to eat in all of Georgia.
Quan Ba 9 is breaking out other healthful (and easier to order) soups like Bun Mam, which starts with fish broth noodle soup, then adding shrimp, squid, pork, eggplant, and then some more fish, to bring you delicious Vietnamese eats.
From the “The Empress of Soul” herself, GKRWCW is the undisputed bastion of Atlanta chicken and waffles. With brunch all day, this down-home, Southern eatery serves up all the classic dishes you could want, including fried green tomatoes, collared green spring rolls, and more.
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.
This chain, slinging their delectable waffles to hungry ATL-iens, has locations all over Atlanta... and will also have golden, buttery syrup all over your face after you make it through a plate of their legendary eats.