Best Barbecue In Atlanta

January 12, 2011 12:00 AM
Best Barbecue In Atlanta
We all know the soul-satisfying pleasure of real, down-home barbecue. Atlanta’s got a number of places that get it right. We’ve sorted through them and bring you the best of them. Our list of the best barbecue places in Atlanta includes Fat Matt’s Rib Shack, Fox Brothers Bar-B-Q and Daddy D’z BBQ Joynt.

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Fat Matt’s Rib Shack

1811 Piedmont Ave. NE Atlanta, GA 30324 404.607.1622

Fat Matt’s may be a hole-in-the-wall, but it is a dominant player in Atlanta’s barbecue scene. You’ll be elbow-to-elbow with the other patrons cramming the place for their perfectly sauced ribs. The sauce is not over-applied, thick, sweet and smokey. The meat falls off the bone. They have the standard array of sides, but the rum baked beans are recommeneded.

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Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q

1238 Dekalb Ave Atlanta, GA 30307 404.577.4030

Loosen your belt before you sit down at Fox Brothers Bar-B-Q. Although their roots are in Texas-style ‘cue, but they’ve integrated other southern influences into their cooking. Pulled pork, brisket, chicken and baby back ribs are the stars of the show. They’ve acheived a remarkable balance between rub and sauce flavoring for their meat. It’s no wonder so many Atlantans say it’s their favorite in town.

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