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Considered by many to be the best barbecue in Atlanta, the Fox brothers stuck to catering until several years ago when they opened their restaurant. By that time, their weekly barbecue at another local eatery had attracted something of a cult following. Expect to wait for a table on weekends, as the Fox Brothers BBQ's devotees line up for pulled pork and beef ribs. The Southern-style barbecue offerings also include beef brisket, chicken and smoked wings. As for desserts, the delectable banana pudding is a favorite.
Delicious barbecue and mesmerizing music have combined to make this Midtown spot a local legend. Patrons queue up for a dozen yards outside the door eager to sample their award-winning ribs, and it is well worth the wait. Opt for their ribs slab or pork sandwich with Brunswick stew and collard greens washed down with a chilled beer. Don't leave without a bottle of Fat Matt's secret sauce so you can try their pit-roasted wonders at home. Some of the best local blues bands perform here nightly for your dining enjoyment.
Since its inception, Community Q BBQ has attracted quite a following for its tender smoked meats and scrumptious sides. Don't be surprised if you are met with a line at the door. Just step up, place your order and have a seat at one of the cozy burlap lined tables. Community Q offers pulled pork, beef ribs, St. Louis style pork ribs, beef brisket and pulled chicken. Sides include traditional barbecue favorites like coleslaw, baked beans and hand-cut fries. Customers rave over the creamy, melt-in-your-mouth macaroni and cheese. True to its name, Community Q is involved with local food organizations and focuses on sharing good quality food with its neighbors.