The South's Tastiest Towns: Atlanta

Photo by Kelly Blackmon
Tradition infused with global punch thanks to heritage-minded chefs.

Star Tastemaker
Native son Linton Hopkins at Restaurant Eugene and Holeman & Finch Public House, where he preserves and elevates the local larder, putting staples like sorghum back in the spotlight.

Best Bites
Steven Satterfield’s black-eyed pea hummus and lavash ($6) or his killer housemade pickles at Miller Union; fried clam roll with kimchi vinegar and house pickles ($9) at Ford Fry’s The Optimist; Asha Gomez’s Kerala-Fried Chicken and Waffles ($22) with spiced maple syrup at Cardamom Hill.

A boozy, house-bottled soda such as Blue-eyed Boy (Bombay Sapphire gin, mint, elderflower, and peach bitters; $9) at Lure.



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