Daddy D’z BBQ Joint
Before hitting the Ted for a day game versus the Marlins last week, a group of us stopped by the ‘famed’ Atlanta BBQ spot known as Daddy D’z for a pre-game lunch. I had heard ravings about the ribs, so I ordered them up with sides of beans and potato salad. The sides were great, and the cornbread served with my meal was really good; I am a cornbread junkie. The ribs were honestly disappointing, though…reminded me of Fatt Matt’s in that they were fatty and not my style. There is a reason that we do not have a review of Fatt Matt’s on the blog…sorry guys. To remind you, I grew up on Dreamland ribs, and I like to work a little for the meat; these you can shake the meat and fat off the bone. It’s just not my style, but I know that some folks really go for them…you know what opinions are like. So anyway, I love the joint itself…an old house of a restaurant with an interior patio-like room where they set up the bands. Inside is a cozy little room with a big screen for games and what not; it definitely has character and is really close to Turner Field. I think my crew liked their food for the most part, and I would go back to try the pork.
What are your Thoughts on Daddy D’z?