Fox Brothers BBQ – Atlanta, Georgia – Brad Nevin

Just last year, the only place in Atlanta to get Fox Brothers BBQ was at Smith’s Olde Bar…not that there was anything wrong with that. However, the brothers recently opened their first restaurant on Dekalb Avenue in Candler Park, and it is a hit! Crack your windows as you fox brother bss platedraw closer to the crimson red building with a nice patio out front…the smell will direct you. Now, I grew up in Tuscaloosa, AL on Dreamland ribs, but I will say that Fox Brothers is my favorite Atlanta BBQ by a mile! I usually order a pork plate with veggies on the side, but if you catch their brisket at the right time of day, look out. Whether in a sandwich or sliced as you can see here, the rub is just right and I am currently stuck on it. Sides range from veggies to baked beans to fries, and it looks like black-eyed peas, my favorite, will be a mainstay on the menu from now on. The staff is extremely friendly, and last time I had about four different people make sure that our food was everything that we expected…and it was. So, head on over to Fox Brothersfox brothers bbq atlanta BBQ in Atlanta, GA for some down home eating with a relaxing atmosphere…I recommend a local Sweetwater 420 to wash it down followed by a nap. Cheers!

4 Responses to “Fox Brothers BBQ – Atlanta, Georgia – Brad Nevin”

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  3. on 06 Feb 2011 at 2:24 pm Jonathan Dunn

    Just ate at Fox Brothers for the first time and loved it! My new favorite BBQ joint.

    It was a rainy and cold Friday night, however the parking lot was full and the waiting list was long. They told us it would be an hour wait. So we grabbed a round of drinks. 30 minutes later, we were seated although glancing at the food coming out the kitchen, I wouldn’t have mind an hour wait.

    After we sat down, the server explained all the specials. I wanted them all and tried them. The wings were really different because how they are cooked: smoked, buttered, flashed fried and sauced. Delicious and theraputic for the sinuses. The Fox-a-roni was amazing as was all the meats I tried. The only thing I wasn’t that impressed with was the cornbread because it was a little hard and the burnt ends brisket and tater tots were a bit salty.

    For desert, we shared the flourless chocolate cake with peanut butter mouse made by one of the servers who is aspiring pastry chef. She is definitely on her way to the top.

    Definitely going back for more. And it’s within walking distance.

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