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Henri Hollis

14 Satisfying Soul Food Restaurants to Try Around Atlanta

From fried whiting and baked jerk turkey wings to smoked salmon croquette sandwiches and Salisbury steak swimming in a pan of gravy

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Candied salmon belly bacon, creamy corn risotto, and Brussel sprout leaves at Twisted Soul Cookhouse and Pours
| Henri Hollis

What’s the difference between soul food and Southern food? The phrase “soul food” was first coined in the 1960s, seemingly meant to describe the honest-to-goodness, comforting foods often prepared at home by African-American Southerners, with many dishes rooted in survival and the African diaspora. This food is soothing, good for one’s spirit, and just one category of fare falling under the broader umbrella of “Southern” food. Atlanta has no shortage of great restaurants that identify cuisine served on the menu as soul food. Here are a few restaurants to try around town.

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Disclaimer: A number of restaurants on this map have resumed dine-in service. However, this should not be taken as endorsement for dining in, as there are still safety concerns: for updated information on coronavirus cases, please visit the Georgia Department of Health. Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Big Daddy's Kitchen

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3085 Campbellton Rd SW
Atlanta, GA 30311
(404) 629-0535
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Atlanta native Marcus “Big Daddy” Sabir grew up on the Westside. He worked in butchery for a supermarket in his neighborhood before branching out on his own with a food stand in the grocery’s parking lot decades ago. From there, Sabir grew to have multiple locations, including a cafe on Riverdale Road, a deli on Old National, and now two cafeterias — one in Decatur and one on Campbellton Road. The SWATS (Southwest Atlanta, too strong) location, even for its size and deep parking lot, is easy to miss due to sprawl in the surrounding area. But, pull up and walk inside for a hearty meal featuring meat, two sides, and a muffin. Standouts include the savory beef tips, baked jerk turkey wings, smothered pork chops, and the juicy pot roast. Big Daddy’s is generous with the side portions, too, like pinto beans, yellow rice, steamed cabbage, okra, and yam soufflé. Make sure to peruse the cake selection, such as caramel, red velvet, lemon cream, and Snickers. Call for takeout. Masks required.

2. The Beautiful Restaurant

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2260 Cascade Rd SW
Atlanta, GA 30311
(404) 752-5931
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The Beautiful has been hiding in plain sight in Southwest Atlanta for over 40 years, and somewhat flamboyantly with its multiple street signs, floral surroundings, and fenced-in patio area with Halloween-colored umbrellas. The secret to this restaurant’s success isn’t just from the shout-out it received on Goodie Mob’s debut album Soul Food, the food is beloved because it always looks and tastes like it was prepared for Sunday morning. Waiting warmly behind the cafeteria’s counter, fill that plate with beef ribs, ham hocks, neck bones, and meatloaf or baked or fried fish options, from catfish to croaker. Make sure to load up on sides like turnip greens and cornbread dressing and banana pudding for dessert. Breakfast here includes a platter with two eggs, grits, hash browns, toast or biscuits, and a meat or fish protein of choice. Order online for takeout. Masks required. Check the website for dine-in service updates.

3. The Real Milk & Honey

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3719 Main St
College Park, GA 30337
(404) 458-5500
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This College Park location of the Milk and Honey franchise is under different ownership than the original restaurant on Cascade Road. Come into this all-day brunch spot for Belgian waffles, which in addition to a deep-fried chicken quarter also comes with a deep-fried crab leg, or have the avocado toast challah waffle topped with Cajun shrimp. Want grits? Order those with shrimp, turkey sausage, and fried green tomatoes or dark meat jerk chicken and blistered tomatoes. Sip on brunch punch (an adult Kool-Aid) or a “red cup” margarita combined into one boozy bomb called the “unicorn.” Order online for takeout. Masks required.

4. Twisted Soul Cookhouse & Pours

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1133 Huff Rd NW #D
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 350-5500
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Chef Deborah VanTrece has been enjoying quite a profile boost over the last few years, having cooked multiple times at the James Beard House in New York and benefiting from a slew of well-deserved local and national media coverage. There’s a really good reason for all of this. The classically trained chef continually pushes the boundaries of soul food at her lounge-y Westside Atlanta restaurant. VanTrece is taking a step back from the kitchen these days, acting as Twisted’s creative director, while also concentrating on the catering side of the business and her new cookbook, “Twisted Soul Cookbook: Modern Soul Food with Global Flavors.” Leading the kitchen at the restaurant now is its longtime chef de cuisine Robert Butts. Like VanTrece, Butts pushes the boundaries with his dishes at Twisted Soul — think mole sous vide short ribs, a smoked salmon croquette sandwich, cornmeal-crusted catfish goujonnette, and crispy confit duck with chevre scallion Johnny cakes. The menu here is vast and strikes that difficult balance between casual and fine dining with ease. Limited seating. Patio seating. Masks required.

5. Q - Time Restaurant

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1120 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd SW
Atlanta, GA 30310
(404) 758-2881
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Sometimes folks can taste soul food just by looking at it, and that’s the case with the sauce-swimming turkey wing at Q-Time. It’s roasted to a gorgeous golden brown and savory to the bone, with plenty of meat, even if opting for the single order instead of two, which comes with two sides and a cornbread muffin. Opt for vegetables that are historically stewed, such as the collards, turnips, or cabbage Don’t skip the mac and cheese, which is baked to an almost perfect consistency. Oxtails, three-bone pork rib plates, honey barbecue wings, and the Salisbury steak are other dishes to consider ordering from Q-Time. Call for takeout. Masks required.

6. K & K Soul Food

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881 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 685-1073
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Any Bankhead restaurant that’s been around prior to Bankhead Highway’s renaming to Donald Lee Hollowell has earned the right to call itself a landmark. Aside from the fact that K & K has existed for more than 40 years, the restaurant can probably also thank its remarkable variety of menu items for the community’s continued patronage. Just look at the biscuits, which can be filled with red sausage links, pork chops, chicken or beef sausage, country-fried steak, or straight-up fatback. The restaurant does have vegetable plates, too. However, this is where to come for meats like beef liver or chicken gizzards as well as stewed beef or fried whiting. The humble deep-Westside restaurant, with its brick-tiled floors and 3-D mural, includes a few booths. Call to order takeout. Masks required.

7. Busy Bee Cafe

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810 M.L.K. Jr Dr SW
Atlanta, GA 30314
(404) 525-9212
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There’s a reason Busy Bee Cafe continues to dominate the Southern food conversation in Atlanta after seven decades — it’s that good. The dining room fills immediately after the doors open for lunch, and folks pour into “Atlanta’s soul food kitchen” for some of the best fried chicken likely within a 100-mile radius. People also love the tender collards, which the restaurant now prepares with smoked turkey rather than pork. Make sure to also indulge in the cornbread, baked mac and cheese, yams, cobblers, or sweet potato pie here, while gazing at bronze-framed photos of Civil Rights icons, celebrities, and world leaders — all who have eaten at Busy Bee over the years. Takeout available. Personal delivery via restaurant staff within 15 miles and a $100 order minimum available. Delivery also available via GrubHub, UberEats, DoorDash, and Postmates. Order online. Masks required. Check website for dine-in service updates.

8. Paschal's

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180 Northside Dr SW #B
Atlanta, GA 30313
(404) 525-2023
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The location has changed more than once from when brothers James and Robert Paschal founded the iconic restaurant. Its history is inseparable from the Civil Rights era in Atlanta due to the restaurant and its owners’ willingness to post bond for and provide free meals to jailed protestors. Now located at the corner of Northside Drive, Paschal’s continues to welcome new generations of diners for bowls of gumbo, battered catfish fingers, fried green tomato slices, St. Louis pork ribs, and Paschal’s original recipe fried chicken. There’s even caramel-drizzled bread pudding served up in a martini glass for dessert here. Paschal’s includes a location at Hartsfield-Jackson airport. Dine-in service begins February 18. Order online for takeout. Masks required.

9. Walter's Soul Food Cafe

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394 Cleveland Ave SW
Atlanta, GA 30315
(404) 761-0001

The large, illuminated blue and yellow letters above the door help locate Walter’s from the street when exiting I-75 in south Atlanta. The hand-painted sign version on the window welcomes people inside for a hot plate. Grab a red tray and slide it down the rails for Salisbury steak swimming in a pan of gravy, crispy whole wings, smoked ribs, brisket, oxtails, and baked barbecue chicken. Grab peach cobbler for dessert. Call for takeout. Masks required.

10. Old Lady Gang Southern Cuisine

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177 Peters St SW
Atlanta, GA 30313
(404) 748-9689
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It’s nothing new for celebrities to own restaurants, especially in Atlanta. Many try and fail. This isn’t the case for Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member Kandi Burruss-Tucker, whose mother and aunts run Old Lady Gang, a “southern eatery” in Castleberry Hill. Begin with a sweet and sour “Momma Joyce’s” house coconut rum punch with banana liqueur, pineapple, and lime. Next, dig into the shrimp and grits (the appetizer version uses garlic cream; the entree is vodka cream), the balsamic-glazed ribeye, or the crème Anglaise French toast, which comes with whole battered chicken wings. OLG now has an East Point location and a stand inside State Farm Arena. Takeout available. Masks highly encouraged.

11. Soul: Food & Culture

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99 Krog St NE Suite T
Atlanta, GA 30307
(678) 705-3158
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Chefs Todd Richards and Joshua Lee, the owners of Lake and Oak Neighborhood BBQ in East Lake, opened their latest venture together, a soul food stall inside Krog Street Market. It’s already generating a lot of buzz and drawing a crowd. Dishes served on the menu here are inspired by Richards’ award-winning cookbook “Soul: A Chef’s Culinary Evolution in 150 Recipes” and include a hot fried catfish sandwich, chicken or catfish and waffles, wings, and four fried chicken sandwiches. Make sure to grab a side of smoked chicken collards, too. Order salmon croquettes for brunch on the weekend. Takeout available. Masks required.

12. Soul Vegetarian

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652 North Highland Avenue Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30306
(404) 875-0145
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Long before the vegan wave hit Atlanta, Soul Vegetarian established itself as the reigning champion of meat-free Southern comfort food — particularly within Atlanta’s historically African-American communities. The Highland Avenue location has helped expand awareness of just how flavorful a strictly meat-free diet can be, and has particularly dispelled the notion that a plate of soul food must be cooked into grayscale and can’t be full of vibrant, colorful bites. The deep-green romaine and electric red julienned beets used in the eggless salad are solid proof. Try the crisp-fried or saucy barbecue tofu here or the exclusive “kalebone” meat substitute, which is a gluten-heavy protein used in lieu of country fried steak. There’s also a location in West End. Order online for takeout or delivery. Masks required.

13. Roc South Cuisine

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3009 Buford Hwy NE
Atlanta, GA 30329
(404) 481-5915
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Ask any soul food fan in Atlanta and they’ll either beam praise upon chef Virgil Harper or say they’ve been meaning to go to Roc South, but are having trouble finding a table. Roc South became an instant success when it opened on Buford Highway in 2019. The honey lemon pepper wings here are great, but it’s the jasmine rice seafood gumbo, which also includes chicken and beef sausage, that steals the appetizer show. Diners at Roc South justifiably rave about the whole fried snapper and the lamb chop. The “southern fried”, hot-honey-glazed chicken stands out as a prime example of how to treat plated institutions of soul food with modern reverence through its beautifully stacked presentation. Harper also just opened his latest restaurant, Toast On Lenox in Buckhead. Order online for takeout. Masks required.

14. Ms. Iceys Kitchen & Bar

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1371 Clairmont Rd
Decatur, GA 30033
(404) 963-7871
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Sim Walker didn’t come to Atlanta from New York City to play games with cuisine from the African diaspora. He’s been on a successful run with Negril Village in Midtown on North Avenue, and the recently opened APT 4B on Peachtree. But it’s the food prepared at Ms. Icey’s (the Decatur restaurant named for his grandmother) that soothes the creative soul. There’s a recognizable twist of Caribbean flavor in many of the dishes here, from the coconut curry vegetable entree and the jerk lamb leg with sauteed kale to the turmeric-roasted branzino and the roasted half chicken brined in Red Stripe beer. Expect a little modern-day shenanigans on the menu, too, including the Thai chili “strip club wings”. Sip proper cognac cocktails at Ms. Icey’s, like the hibiscus sidecar mixed with lemon and orange liqueur. Yes, it’s on the rocks. Call for takeout. Masks required.

1. Big Daddy's Kitchen

3085 Campbellton Rd SW, Atlanta, GA 30311

Atlanta native Marcus “Big Daddy” Sabir grew up on the Westside. He worked in butchery for a supermarket in his neighborhood before branching out on his own with a food stand in the grocery’s parking lot decades ago. From there, Sabir grew to have multiple locations, including a cafe on Riverdale Road, a deli on Old National, and now two cafeterias — one in Decatur and one on Campbellton Road. The SWATS (Southwest Atlanta, too strong) location, even for its size and deep parking lot, is easy to miss due to sprawl in the surrounding area. But, pull up and walk inside for a hearty meal featuring meat, two sides, and a muffin. Standouts include the savory beef tips, baked jerk turkey wings, smothered pork chops, and the juicy pot roast. Big Daddy’s is generous with the side portions, too, like pinto beans, yellow rice, steamed cabbage, okra, and yam soufflé. Make sure to peruse the cake selection, such as caramel, red velvet, lemon cream, and Snickers. Call for takeout. Masks required.

3085 Campbellton Rd SW
Atlanta, GA 30311

2. The Beautiful Restaurant

2260 Cascade Rd SW, Atlanta, GA 30311

The Beautiful has been hiding in plain sight in Southwest Atlanta for over 40 years, and somewhat flamboyantly with its multiple street signs, floral surroundings, and fenced-in patio area with Halloween-colored umbrellas. The secret to this restaurant’s success isn’t just from the shout-out it received on Goodie Mob’s debut album Soul Food, the food is beloved because it always looks and tastes like it was prepared for Sunday morning. Waiting warmly behind the cafeteria’s counter, fill that plate with beef ribs, ham hocks, neck bones, and meatloaf or baked or fried fish options, from catfish to croaker. Make sure to load up on sides like turnip greens and cornbread dressing and banana pudding for dessert. Breakfast here includes a platter with two eggs, grits, hash browns, toast or biscuits, and a meat or fish protein of choice. Order online for takeout. Masks required. Check the website for dine-in service updates.

2260 Cascade Rd SW
Atlanta, GA 30311

3. The Real Milk & Honey

3719 Main St, College Park, GA 30337

This College Park location of the Milk and Honey franchise is under different ownership than the original restaurant on Cascade Road. Come into this all-day brunch spot for Belgian waffles, which in addition to a deep-fried chicken quarter also comes with a deep-fried crab leg, or have the avocado toast challah waffle topped with Cajun shrimp. Want grits? Order those with shrimp, turkey sausage, and fried green tomatoes or dark meat jerk chicken and blistered tomatoes. Sip on brunch punch (an adult Kool-Aid) or a “red cup” margarita combined into one boozy bomb called the “unicorn.” Order online for takeout. Masks required.

3719 Main St
College Park, GA 30337

4. Twisted Soul Cookhouse & Pours

1133 Huff Rd NW #D, Atlanta, GA 30318

Chef Deborah VanTrece has been enjoying quite a profile boost over the last few years, having cooked multiple times at the James Beard House in New York and benefiting from a slew of well-deserved local and national media coverage. There’s a really good reason for all of this. The classically trained chef continually pushes the boundaries of soul food at her lounge-y Westside Atlanta restaurant. VanTrece is taking a step back from the kitchen these days, acting as Twisted’s creative director, while also concentrating on the catering side of the business and her new cookbook, “Twisted Soul Cookbook: Modern Soul Food with Global Flavors.” Leading the kitchen at the restaurant now is its longtime chef de cuisine Robert Butts. Like VanTrece, Butts pushes the boundaries with his dishes at Twisted Soul — think mole sous vide short ribs, a smoked salmon croquette sandwich, cornmeal-crusted catfish goujonnette, and crispy confit duck with chevre scallion Johnny cakes. The menu here is vast and strikes that difficult balance between casual and fine dining with ease. Limited seating. Patio seating. Masks required.

1133 Huff Rd NW #D
Atlanta, GA 30318

5. Q - Time Restaurant

1120 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd SW, Atlanta, GA 30310

Sometimes folks can taste soul food just by looking at it, and that’s the case with the sauce-swimming turkey wing at Q-Time. It’s roasted to a gorgeous golden brown and savory to the bone, with plenty of meat, even if opting for the single order instead of two, which comes with two sides and a cornbread muffin. Opt for vegetables that are historically stewed, such as the collards, turnips, or cabbage Don’t skip the mac and cheese, which is baked to an almost perfect consistency. Oxtails, three-bone pork rib plates, honey barbecue wings, and the Salisbury steak are other dishes to consider ordering from Q-Time. Call for takeout. Masks required.

1120 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd SW
Atlanta, GA 30310

6. K & K Soul Food

881 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

Any Bankhead restaurant that’s been around prior to Bankhead Highway’s renaming to Donald Lee Hollowell has earned the right to call itself a landmark. Aside from the fact that K & K has existed for more than 40 years, the restaurant can probably also thank its remarkable variety of menu items for the community’s continued patronage. Just look at the biscuits, which can be filled with red sausage links, pork chops, chicken or beef sausage, country-fried steak, or straight-up fatback. The restaurant does have vegetable plates, too. However, this is where to come for meats like beef liver or chicken gizzards as well as stewed beef or fried whiting. The humble deep-Westside restaurant, with its brick-tiled floors and 3-D mural, includes a few booths. Call to order takeout. Masks required.

881 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy NW
Atlanta, GA 30318

7. Busy Bee Cafe

810 M.L.K. Jr Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30314

There’s a reason Busy Bee Cafe continues to dominate the Southern food conversation in Atlanta after seven decades — it’s that good. The dining room fills immediately after the doors open for lunch, and folks pour into “Atlanta’s soul food kitchen” for some of the best fried chicken likely within a 100-mile radius. People also love the tender collards, which the restaurant now prepares with smoked turkey rather than pork. Make sure to also indulge in the cornbread, baked mac and cheese, yams, cobblers, or sweet potato pie here, while gazing at bronze-framed photos of Civil Rights icons, celebrities, and world leaders — all who have eaten at Busy Bee over the years. Takeout available. Personal delivery via restaurant staff within 15 miles and a $100 order minimum available. Delivery also available via GrubHub, UberEats, DoorDash, and Postmates. Order online. Masks required. Check website for dine-in service updates.

810 M.L.K. Jr Dr SW
Atlanta, GA 30314

8. Paschal's

180 Northside Dr SW #B, Atlanta, GA 30313

The location has changed more than once from when brothers James and Robert Paschal founded the iconic restaurant. Its history is inseparable from the Civil Rights era in Atlanta due to the restaurant and its owners’ willingness to post bond for and provide free meals to jailed protestors. Now located at the corner of Northside Drive, Paschal’s continues to welcome new generations of diners for bowls of gumbo, battered catfish fingers, fried green tomato slices, St. Louis pork ribs, and Paschal’s original recipe fried chicken. There’s even caramel-drizzled bread pudding served up in a martini glass for dessert here. Paschal’s includes a location at Hartsfield-Jackson airport. Dine-in service begins February 18. Order online for takeout. Masks required.

180 Northside Dr SW #B
Atlanta, GA 30313

9. Walter's Soul Food Cafe

394 Cleveland Ave SW, Atlanta, GA 30315

The large, illuminated blue and yellow letters above the door help locate Walter’s from the street when exiting I-75 in south Atlanta. The hand-painted sign version on the window welcomes people inside for a hot plate. Grab a red tray and slide it down the rails for Salisbury steak swimming in a pan of gravy, crispy whole wings, smoked ribs, brisket, oxtails, and baked barbecue chicken. Grab peach cobbler for dessert. Call for takeout. Masks required.

394 Cleveland Ave SW
Atlanta, GA 30315

10. Old Lady Gang Southern Cuisine

177 Peters St SW, Atlanta, GA 30313

It’s nothing new for celebrities to own restaurants, especially in Atlanta. Many try and fail. This isn’t the case for Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member Kandi Burruss-Tucker, whose mother and aunts run Old Lady Gang, a “southern eatery” in Castleberry Hill. Begin with a sweet and sour “Momma Joyce’s” house coconut rum punch with banana liqueur, pineapple, and lime. Next, dig into the shrimp and grits (the appetizer version uses garlic cream; the entree is vodka cream), the balsamic-glazed ribeye, or the crème Anglaise French toast, which comes with whole battered chicken wings. OLG now has an East Point location and a stand inside State Farm Arena. Takeout available. Masks highly encouraged.

177 Peters St SW
Atlanta, GA 30313

11. Soul: Food & Culture

99 Krog St NE Suite T, Atlanta, GA 30307

Chefs Todd Richards and Joshua Lee, the owners of Lake and Oak Neighborhood BBQ in East Lake, opened their latest venture together, a soul food stall inside Krog Street Market. It’s already generating a lot of buzz and drawing a crowd. Dishes served on the menu here are inspired by Richards’ award-winning cookbook “Soul: A Chef’s Culinary Evolution in 150 Recipes” and include a hot fried catfish sandwich, chicken or catfish and waffles, wings, and four fried chicken sandwiches. Make sure to grab a side of smoked chicken collards, too. Order salmon croquettes for brunch on the weekend. Takeout available. Masks required.

99 Krog St NE Suite T
Atlanta, GA 30307

12. Soul Vegetarian

652 North Highland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30306

Long before the vegan wave hit Atlanta, Soul Vegetarian established itself as the reigning champion of meat-free Southern comfort food — particularly within Atlanta’s historically African-American communities. The Highland Avenue location has helped expand awareness of just how flavorful a strictly meat-free diet can be, and has particularly dispelled the notion that a plate of soul food must be cooked into grayscale and can’t be full of vibrant, colorful bites. The deep-green romaine and electric red julienned beets used in the eggless salad are solid proof. Try the crisp-fried or saucy barbecue tofu here or the exclusive “kalebone” meat substitute, which is a gluten-heavy protein used in lieu of country fried steak. There’s also a location in West End. Order online for takeout or delivery. Masks required.

652 North Highland Avenue Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30306

13. Roc South Cuisine

3009 Buford Hwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30329

Ask any soul food fan in Atlanta and they’ll either beam praise upon chef Virgil Harper or say they’ve been meaning to go to Roc South, but are having trouble finding a table. Roc South became an instant success when it opened on Buford Highway in 2019. The honey lemon pepper wings here are great, but it’s the jasmine rice seafood gumbo, which also includes chicken and beef sausage, that steals the appetizer show. Diners at Roc South justifiably rave about the whole fried snapper and the lamb chop. The “southern fried”, hot-honey-glazed chicken stands out as a prime example of how to treat plated institutions of soul food with modern reverence through its beautifully stacked presentation. Harper also just opened his latest restaurant, Toast On Lenox in Buckhead. Order online for takeout. Masks required.

3009 Buford Hwy NE
Atlanta, GA 30329

14. Ms. Iceys Kitchen & Bar

1371 Clairmont Rd, Decatur, GA 30033

Sim Walker didn’t come to Atlanta from New York City to play games with cuisine from the African diaspora. He’s been on a successful run with Negril Village in Midtown on North Avenue, and the recently opened APT 4B on Peachtree. But it’s the food prepared at Ms. Icey’s (the Decatur restaurant named for his grandmother) that soothes the creative soul. There’s a recognizable twist of Caribbean flavor in many of the dishes here, from the coconut curry vegetable entree and the jerk lamb leg with sauteed kale to the turmeric-roasted branzino and the roasted half chicken brined in Red Stripe beer. Expect a little modern-day shenanigans on the menu, too, including the Thai chili “strip club wings”. Sip proper cognac cocktails at Ms. Icey’s, like the hibiscus sidecar mixed with lemon and orange liqueur. Yes, it’s on the rocks. Call for takeout. Masks required.

1371 Clairmont Rd
Decatur, GA 30033

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