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In addition to serving some of Georgia's most legendary fried chicken, Paschal's was a key meeting place for civil rights activists throughout the 60s and 70s -- suffice to say, Dr. Martin Luther King jr. was a noted regular. With a lifetime achievement award under their belt, the restaurant's founders are something like local celebrities, admired for their historic civic hospitality, and equally lauded for their inarguably delicious food. The joint's famous chicken, still battered up and fried with the Paschal brothers' famous 1947 recipe, is certainly deserving of its impressive acclaim, and the remainder of the hearty Southern eats on the menu -- po' boys, shrimp and grits, andouille sausage-heavy gumbo -- are equally worth of praise.

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Paschal's Restaurant

Paschal's Restaurant

In addition to serving some of Georgia's most legendary fried chicken, Paschal's was a key meeting place for civil rights activists throughout the 60s and 70s -- suffice to say, Dr. Martin Luther King jr. was a noted regular. With a lifetime achievement award under their belt, the restaurant's founders are something like local celebrities, admired for their historic civic hospitality, and equally lauded for their inarguably delicious food. The joint's famous chicken, still battered up and fried with the Paschal brothers' famous 1947 recipe, is certainly deserving of its impressive acclaim, and the remainder of the hearty Southern eats on the menu -- po' boys, shrimp and grits, andouille sausage-heavy gumbo -- are equally worth of praise.