Southern Feedstore: EAV’s Food Hall-Power Ranking

Live music and late nights make SF the perfect addition to the already chill EAV strip.
Southern Feedstore: EAV’s Food Hall-Power Ranking image

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With new food halls popping up like whac-a-moles, food hall fatigue is very real. But EAV’s smaller food hall, Southern Feedstore, leaves the usual chaos of massive crowds and screaming children behind. Live music performances, comedy nights, and kitchens that stay open ’til 4am on the weekends make SF the perfect addition to the already chill EAV strip.

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The best Philly cheesesteaks in Atlanta have come to EAV. With a shorter menu than the original Midtown location, the Woody’s stall at the Southern Feed Store offers their legendary Woody’s steak sandwich and other varieties stuffed with peppers, onions, and a generous portion of meat. The cold deli hoagies would make a Philadelphian proud, too. Similar to the Midtown shack, Woody’s is open late on the weekends, so after dancing your heart out at The Basement, you can refuel with gooey, sloppy cheesesteaks and fries.

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Sinful Sliderz brings decent burgers to the formerly hamburger-less Southern Feedstore food hall. Make your way to the back of the five-stall complex until you find their white subway tiled wall with a purple, neon sign. The order kiosk offers a handful of four-bite sliders that get progressively more creative the further you scroll down the menu. And they’re hit (the oxtail is tender and has a rich, savory flavor) and miss (the jerk slider camps out at a zero on the spicy meter). We appreciate the variety in the mixed bag of fries (regular, sweet potato waffle fries, and tots) but the lack of a crispy crunch makes it harder to enjoy the fun combo.

After visiting the Waffle Bar in EAV, we might have a new syrup-covered love (Dear Waffle House, it’s not you, we’re just in a different place right now). These belgian beauties are light and airy with a slightly crispy exterior. For those too indecisive to BYO, the specialty waffles are the way to go. Get the CTC, which recalls our childhood favorite Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal, or opt for the Double Chocolate–a chocolate waffle with chocolate chips and chocolate syrup. If you’re not in the mood for Willy Wonka-esque sweetness, we like the solid pimento cheese and spinach parmesan waffle. And of course, you can pair your waffle with various forms of fried chicken (wings, tenders, and vegan tenders).

In Portuguese, “buteco” means a place where alcoholic beverages are sold, AKA our favorite type of spot. Since none of the other food stalls at the Southern Feedstore serve alcohol, you’ll find us on a stool at this mosaic tiled Brazilian bar with a Caipirinha in hand.

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