There’s too much good food to eat in Atlanta, but we want to find the best of the best. We narrowed down our favorites, and now it’s your turn to vote for the most delicious lunch spots in the following categories:
We want to hear from you! What are your favorite places to lunch in ATL (besides your grandma’s)? Once winners have been established in all categories, we’ll hold another vote to determine the Single Best Lunch in all of Atlanta.
Shane’s Rib Shack – Looking to sleep through your afternoon meetings? Check out Shane’s “Big Dad” pork sandwich.
OB’s BBQ – Working hard to give customers the best hickory smoked BBQ possible, OB’s bastes ribs with their special recipe sauce and smokes them over smoldering hickory ‘out in back’ style.
Righteous Que – Located in the heart of Marietta, Righteous Que BBQ combines a love of homemade BBQ with a passion for giving back to the Metro-Atlanta community.
Buzy Burrito – What’s all the buzz about at Buzy Burrito? A rich family history and experience in the restaurant industry. Rule #1, always stick to Mama Julia’s recipe.
Mezcalito’s – Mezcalito’s Cantina has been serving authentic dishes inspired by the chef’s hometown of Acapulco for over a decade.
Tijauna Joe’s – Sometimes, you just need a burrito. It’s those days that you hope Tijauna Joe’s pops up in your office.
Stir It Up – If Jamaican food was reggae, Stir It Up would be Bob Marley.
Papi’s – You don’t have to travel to Cuba to experience the flavors that are indigenous to the area. Papi’s brings all the essence of the South Seas to you, with attention to authenticity and an adherence to the recipes of generations.
Silver’s Delight – Silver’s Delight offers Good Food, Good Drinks, Good Vibes – what more could you want?
Taste of India – Experience a passion for Indian cuisine. Taste of India is on a quest for perfect ingredients, technique, and to evolve through old traditions and modern tastes.
Sanjha Chulha – This restaurant is recreating authentic Indian taste to take you through an over 1000 year-old culinary heritage.
Naanstop – Naanstop wants to make Indian food accessible to everyone. All of the recipes have been passed down from their grandmother to their mom to them – what’s not to love?
Soul Truckin’ Good – Soul Truckin Good is a mobile food business that specializes in grilled/smoked meats and seafood. Their proprietary “Soul sauce” is their homemade barbecue sauce that will leave your taste buds wanting for more.
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Sisters of the New South – Sisters offers great Southern cooking that you would get at Grandma’s house on Sunday! Delight in classics like Oxtails, Fried Chicken, Baked Chicken, Smothered Pork Chops, and BBQ Ribs. Most items on the menu are prepared with secret family recipes handed down through the generations.