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Everything is better with cheese dip. Really. Whether you're celebrating Cinco de Mayo, the weekend, or the start of patio weather, you'll need a cold beer (or a spring cocktail), and the best thing to pair it with is a bowl of hot, melted cheese. From traditional dips to an array of dipping sauces and fondues, here's your guide to the best cheese dip in Atlanta.
Laura Scholz


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Wrecking Bar Brewpub

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While it's not a traditional cheese dip, Wrecking Bar Brewpub's kale ale fondue is just as addictive. Soak up the cheesy goodness with a Bernhard’s Bakery Bavarian pretzel and local radishes, apples, and carrots. It's practically health food, right?

Taqueria del Sol

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There's a reason the lines are out the door, and it's not just the margaritas. Taqueria del Sol's spicy white dip is pretty addictive. The corn tortilla chips aren't bad, either.

Yumbii's popular sesame fries are even better when dunked in the food truck's Sriracha cheese dip. Yes, you read that right: Sriracha. Cheese dip.

Barcelona Wine Bar

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Tired of the same old generic cheese dip? Head to Barcelona Wine Bar for whipped sheep's milk cheese. It's served with a generous portion of crusty bread. We dare you not to lick your plate.

Leon's Full Service

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Leon's offers more than a dozen different dipping sauces with its legendary pub frites. One of them is a goat cheese fondue. Do yourself a favor and order it.

Bone Garden Cantina

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Bone Garden Cantina's signature cheese dip comes with tomatoes and jalepenos. Add spicy chorizo for an extra kick.

Ormsby's

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What's better than pimento cheese? Pimento cheese fondue. Ormsby's serves it with hand-cut fries and onion rings.

Tin Lizzy's Cantina

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Killer rooftop, cheap tacos, and two different kinds of cheese dip. The queso blanco is a traditional white cheese dip with mild chiles, while the queso fundido adds chorizo sausage, grilled onions, and peppers to the mix.

Bell Street Burritos

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Feel less guilty about your cheese dip habit by going for a walk, ride, or run on the BeltLine before stopping in for the white queso with jalepenos at Bell Street Burritos.

Cypress Street Pint & Plate

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Want good cheese dip and a beer? How about beer IN your cheese dip? Look no further than this popular Midtown pub, which serves an H&F Bread pretzel with IPA cheese fondue and spicy mustard.

Red Pepper Taqueria

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Red Pepper Taqueria's white melted cheese dip is available with fresh chopped jalapeños, chorizo, or shiitake mushrooms. Go crazy and add all three. You deserve it.

The Original El Taco

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Order a side of queso blanco while you wait for the hourly spin of the Wheel of Taco. Up the ante with the queso royale, which includes chorizo, peppers, and onions.

Matador Mexican Cantina

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Matador offers several popular cheese dips, from the standard melted cheese with jalepenos to a mushroom fundido with grilled mushrooms and onions baked with cheese and served with fresh tortillas, avocado, salsa verde, and pico de gallo.

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Wrecking Bar Brewpub

While it's not a traditional cheese dip, Wrecking Bar Brewpub's kale ale fondue is just as addictive. Soak up the cheesy goodness with a Bernhard’s Bakery Bavarian pretzel and local radishes, apples, and carrots. It's practically health food, right?

Taqueria del Sol

There's a reason the lines are out the door, and it's not just the margaritas. Taqueria del Sol's spicy white dip is pretty addictive. The corn tortilla chips aren't bad, either.

Yumbii

Yumbii's popular sesame fries are even better when dunked in the food truck's Sriracha cheese dip. Yes, you read that right: Sriracha. Cheese dip.

Barcelona Wine Bar

Tired of the same old generic cheese dip? Head to Barcelona Wine Bar for whipped sheep's milk cheese. It's served with a generous portion of crusty bread. We dare you not to lick your plate.

Leon's Full Service

Leon's offers more than a dozen different dipping sauces with its legendary pub frites. One of them is a goat cheese fondue. Do yourself a favor and order it.

Bone Garden Cantina

Bone Garden Cantina's signature cheese dip comes with tomatoes and jalepenos. Add spicy chorizo for an extra kick.

Ormsby's

What's better than pimento cheese? Pimento cheese fondue. Ormsby's serves it with hand-cut fries and onion rings.

Tin Lizzy's Cantina

Killer rooftop, cheap tacos, and two different kinds of cheese dip. The queso blanco is a traditional white cheese dip with mild chiles, while the queso fundido adds chorizo sausage, grilled onions, and peppers to the mix.

Bell Street Burritos

Feel less guilty about your cheese dip habit by going for a walk, ride, or run on the BeltLine before stopping in for the white queso with jalepenos at Bell Street Burritos.

Cypress Street Pint & Plate

Want good cheese dip and a beer? How about beer IN your cheese dip? Look no further than this popular Midtown pub, which serves an H&F Bread pretzel with IPA cheese fondue and spicy mustard.

Red Pepper Taqueria

Red Pepper Taqueria's white melted cheese dip is available with fresh chopped jalapeños, chorizo, or shiitake mushrooms. Go crazy and add all three. You deserve it.

The Original El Taco

Order a side of queso blanco while you wait for the hourly spin of the Wheel of Taco. Up the ante with the queso royale, which includes chorizo, peppers, and onions.

Matador Mexican Cantina

Matador offers several popular cheese dips, from the standard melted cheese with jalepenos to a mushroom fundido with grilled mushrooms and onions baked with cheese and served with fresh tortillas, avocado, salsa verde, and pico de gallo.

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