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Feed Fried Chicken Is Open at The Battery; Here’s the Menu

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Fried chicken and Southern sides, next to the Braves’ new ballpark

A plate of Feed fried chicken.
A plate of Feed fried chicken.
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Feed Fried Chicken And Such, Chicken And The Egg chef Marc Taft’s new restaurant at The Battery development in Cobb County, officially opened to the public Wednesday morning. Feed is serving lunch and dinner at the mixed-use project that sits adjacent to the Atlanta Braves’ SunTrust Park.

As one might imagine, Taft’s restaurant serves an expansive selection of fried chicken along with varying other menu items. The yardbird is available in traditional pieces by the meal or bucket, and there are sandwiches, wings, and livers available as well. Three spice levels are available: “Southern fried” (no heat at all), “Atlanta hot” (mild or medium heat), and “cluck’n inferno” (very hot). Kudos to taft on avoiding the tired “Nashville hot” nomenclature.

The “& such” includes snacks such as fried pickles, Southern sides like macaroni and cheese and coleslaw, and a few salads. Feed’s beverage list covers beer (a few local choices, but mostly macro brews), wine on tap, alcoholic slushies, and some house cocktail recipes.

Originally announced in December 2016, this is the first of two planned locations for Feed. Taft plans to open a second outpost, plus two more restaurants, at Forsyth County’s forthcoming Halcyon mixed-use development.

Located at 900 Battery Avenue SE, Feed is open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. See the complete menu below.

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The Battery

1100 Circle 75 Pkwy., Atlanta, GA 30339

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