Some of Brooklyn's Best Barbecue Is Also Completely Kosher
This Buckhead joint serves some great sammies, be sure you try the House-made Bacon, Lettuce & Tomato with a craft beer ASAP.
The pork options are almost endless in the lofty, exposed-brick Krog St space. The house-made meats include several expertly crafted salamis and prosciuttos, plus things you aren’t going to recognize as pork, including the “lonzino”, (fermented, dried, and delicious pork loin), and “grattons” (aka “pork cracklins” here in the South).
This Japanese-fusion spot in Buckhead has must-try Balsamic Teriyaki Spare Ribs that're sweet and savory ribs that are slow braised in a pork broth, and then given a hot sauce that burns just enough to let you know it’s in charge.
Makan builds upon Chinese and Korean recipes with locally-sourced ingredients to create some seriously delicious Asian fusion comfort foods. Its ramen is rich and silky and its pork buns have an unmistakable touch of Southern charm in their pecan sugar topping. Aside from dinner, Makan also serves weekend brunch that's part dim sum, part ramen slurp-fest.
This NY-influenced pizza joint from Ron Eyester has stuffed rice balls, wine of tap, and, of course, glorious amounts of gourmet 'za.
Meat scientists installed two massive smokers at this Atlanta BBQ spot and used a proprietary blend of Texas mesquite and post oak for the perfect pink flavor ring. They’ve taken the best of all the US’s ‘cue, given it a dirty South twist, and piled it on a plate for you. Their slogan is something we should all live by, “BBQ Bourbon Atlanta”.