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The Best Hot Dogs In Atlanta
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The Best Hot Dogs In Atlanta
What'll ya have? If it were up to us, it would be one of these perfectly grilled, generously topped pieces of heaven wrapped in a bun.
The Original Hot Dog Factory
When you’re downtown, hit The Original Hot Dog Factory for their unmatched selection of more than 25 varieties of dogs.
Red's Beer Garden
Red’s Beer Garden in Benteen Park has hundreds of beers to choose from in their self-serve refrigerators plus a spacious and laid-back patio.
Manuel’s Tavern has been a haven for the who's-who of Atlanta politicians as well as a reliable neighborhood joint in Poncey-Highland for decades.
Patty and Frank's
The name Patty and Frank’s tells you everything you need to know about this counter-service food stall in Chattahoochee Food Works—all they serve are burgers and Piedmontese beef hot dogs.
Downwind Restaurant & Lounge
Usually when food and airplanes mix you’re left disappointed, but this Peachtree-Dekalb Airport favorite serves great pub classics.
Taqueria del Sol
Taqueria Del Sol has a few locations in Atlanta, and is known for it’s Southern-meets-Mexican cuisine, great margaritas, and super affordable prices.
Waikikie Hawaiian BBQ
A beloved Briarcliff restaurant that spoils families with chicken teriyaki, barbecue beef, and super slushees.
Gezzo's Coastal Cantina
A taste of the West Coast that’s still looking for some direction.
Tyde Tate's reliably good Thai dishes and casually chic interior make this downtown location a must-visit.
Krave is a counter-service Korean restaurant, and the ideal after-work stop when you need a quick, filling meal.
Mukja Korean Fried Chicken
The fast-casual midtown fried chicken joint has a variety of excellent Korean-American side dishes that steal the show.
Hattie Marie's Texas BBQ
A Lone Star State export makes the short list of the ATL's best barbecue joints.
A Virginia-Highland barbecue spot that drips in consistency.
Buckhead cooks up a food hall full of diverse cuisines, sleek designs, and just-opened dilemmas.
Atkins Park Restaurant & Bar
Atkins Park in Virginia Highlands is one of the oldest bars in Atlanta, and it’s great for a beer and a burger.
Bona Fide Deluxe
This Edgewood-Candler Park spot has mastered the art of the sandwich while also serving up cocktails worth sipping.
There aren’t a whole lot of spots to get barbecue on the strip in EAV, so you’ll always find us at The Glenwood for their cornbread and collards, brunswick stew, and BBQ sliders.
This Summerhill grain bowl and salad spot adds Georgia-approved topping options like collards and mac and cheese.
Despite this laid-back environment, the old-school Reynoldstown bar will impress on date nights with upscale Southern bites and classy cocktails.
With a menu that features only plant-based ingredients and a dining area stuffed with actual plants, this Reynoldstown spot creates an oasis for vegetarians.
Food isn’t the primary reason people come to this small Virginia Highlands dive bar, but it should be.