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Where to Eat Soul Food in Atlanta

The ultimate list of Soul Food dishes and restaurants in Atlanta.

Busy Bee Cafe Vine City436
Photo credit: Joeff Davis/CL File
Busy Bee Cafe, Lunch, Soul Food, 2010


Soul Food is one of those labels that can mean different things to different people. In Atlanta we'll just have to show you what we mean. Here's the list of winners for the Best Soul Food in Atlanta.

 

The Best Soul Food in Atlanta according to our Critics is:

Business

This venerated soul-food joint dishes up some of the city's best Southern cooking at a price that's hard to beat. From corn muffins and fried chicken to field-fresh vegetables and banana pudding, these folks know their way around comfort food. | more...

The Best Soul Food in Atlanta according to our Readers is:

Business

This venerated soul-food joint dishes up some of the city's best Southern cooking at a price that's hard to beat. From corn muffins and fried chicken to field-fresh vegetables and banana pudding, these folks know their way around comfort food. | more...

Last Year's Critic's Choice for Best Soul Food

Business

Home grown is a picturesque illustration of its straightforward aspirations and its eclectic Reynoldstown neighborhood. Most of what is served is grown by local farmers; therefore, the menu is short and changes daily, depending on what’s available. Simple Southern classics, however, such as a fried ... | more...


 

Soul Food Dishes from our 100 Dishes List

Fried chicken at Busy Bee Cafe

Available at Busy Bee Cafe
A crackly and simple breading coats each piece of uncomplicated fried chicken. Not a trace of grease in sight, every juicy, salty bite will fulfill your Southern-fried food dreams. $10.99.

 

CL Recommends: Soul Food Restaurants

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Restaurant

This venerated soul-food joint dishes up some of the city's best Southern cooking at a price that's hard to beat. From corn muffins and fried chicken to field-fresh vegetables and banana pudding, these folks know their way around comfort food. | more...

Restaurant

Home grown is a picturesque illustration of its straightforward aspirations and its eclectic Reynoldstown neighborhood. Most of what is served is grown by local farmers; therefore, the menu is short and changes daily, depending on what’s available. Simple Southern classics, however, such as a fried ... | more...

Restaurant

Southern soul food restaurant. | more...

Restaurant

Same name, same owners and similar Southern-food menu — fried chicken, catfish, rib-eye steaks — to its Civil Rights-era predecessor on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, but the updated Paschal's has a banquet-room feel and somewhat elevated prices. | more...

Restaurant

One of the restaurants owned by the Kingdom Enterprises, a business run by African Hebrew Israelites of Jerusalem. Offers both vegetable-laden salads as well as plenty of faux meat dishes such as tofu-based barbecue and the specialty roasted gluten loaf called the Kalebone. | more...

Restaurant

Popular soul-food cafeteria in an eccentric building a couple of miles southwest of the West End. | more...
 




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