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Housed in a nondescript structure on Carroll Street, Little's Food Store may be easy to overlook; but be assured you will be missing out on some delicious burgers. Little's Food Store was established in 1929, and has remained unchanged since then. The grocery store and deli has been delighting customers for more than eight decades, garnering a huge clientele that only keeps on growing. The burgers keep people coming back for more. The patty is rich making each bite heavenly, and is well complemented by vegetables and sauces. Vegetarian and vegan options are also available. The supermarket stores fresh grocery, wines, beer, candy, bread and any food item you may require.
Don't let the 20-foot (six-meter) skull that serves as an entryway deter you from enjoying the best burgers and pub food in the city. When club-hopping in Atlanta, a visit to this late-night spot is a must. This fun restaurant offers big portions, good service, and good food. The award-winning Vortex Burger is a half-pound (0.22 kilograms) burger with all the trimmings, and there is also a selection of pub-style sandwiches and salads on the menu. Vegetarian alternatives and non-beef sandwiches are available, while beers from all around the world serve as the popular foundation for most guests' evenings.
Ann's Snack Bar is an Atlanta establishment. This simple little eatery has won national acclaim for its delicious selection of hot dogs and burgers. The must have item is the Ghetto Burger: a big double cheeseburger loaded with bacon and chili. Not that there's any bad choice here. The owner, Ann, may even join you for your meal and regale you with tales of her many years of business.
Flip is a burger joint unlike any other. Cooked up by celebrity chef and Top Chef All-Stars winner Richard Blais, this unique eatery specializes in gourmet burgers made from the freshest of ingredients and accessorized with house-made condiments. Popular burgers like the Southern feature a country fried beef patty, house-made pimento cheese, pickles and green tomato ketchup. Other inventive creations include the Oaxaca and Lamburger. Be sure to belly up to the milkshake bar where you'll find Liquid Nitrogen frozen specialties like the Nutella and Burnt Marshmallow Shake. One of the restaurant's most popular is the Krispy Kreme shake featuring the famous Southern delicacy the Krispy Kreme doughnut. Amazing hand-cut fries, onion rings and a full bar are just a few more reasons to give Flip a try.
Grindhouse Killer Burgers is a modern, chic and unpretentious take on quintessential American burger joints. With two locations in Atlanta, they are home to arguably the best burgers in town. Their flagship outlet on Piedmont occupies a former fueling station and comes with a lovely summer patio. On the menu are fresh ground burgers, homemade pub grub and shakes. Select from Cowboy, Euro or Yankee Style burgers with their signature boozy milkshakes or a beer bucket.
Holeman and Finch Public House in Buckhead astonishes even at the front door, where a large glass enclosure holds hanging shanks and legs of meat. The seating draws inspiration from old community houses where patrons would dine at tables together even as strangers. The menu has consistent favorites, but also changes often for those ready to try something new. Interesting menu options are farm fresh cheeses, denoted by the breed of cow and area of origin. Around evenings, the restaurant begins filling up with nervous energy and milling customers. At ten on the dot, 24 (and ONLY 24) double cheeseburgers are served, and are said to sell out sometimes in less than a minute.