As we move forward with Burger Week, we can't forget about sliders. So here's a round up of 15 available in Atlanta— some are traditional, and others feature things like hot dogs, pig ears, or doughnuts, but all of them are worth checking out.Read More
Where to Find Sliders in Atlanta
Little's Food Store
The "little burgers" at Little's Food Store are well-priced, ranging from $1.75 for a single patty with plain or with toppings to $3.55 for a double stack with cheese and chili. They've got a house-made veggie option as well (it's soy- and gluten-free).
The Shed at Glenwood
Slider Night may be gone, but Todd Richards is still offering a daily slider specials on the regular dinner menu for $4.50 a pop. Try offerings like fried mozzarella with basil or lamb sausage with date chutney.
Bantam & Biddy
Bantam & Biddy started serving sliders on April 1, and they're already a big hit. They're just $3 a piece so choose a couple from the 13 rotating options that'll be offered every Monday evening.
Cypress Street Pint & Plate
The meatball sliders at Cypress Street have homemade meatballs, arugula, caesar dressing, and parmesan.
One Flew South
Stuck in the airport for longer than expected? The pork belly sliders at One Flew South have golden raisin slaw, barbecue sauce, and bread and butter pickles. Find them in Hartsfield Jackson's Concourse E.
Farm Burger/Peachtree Road Farmers Market
Farm Burger's market sliders are only available at the Peachtree Road Farmers Market on Saturdays. They use local grass-fed beef and are topped with produce selected from that week's PRFM harvest.
Recently opened Hapeville spot Slideways exclusively (well, for the most part) sells sliders. They have one called the Yolo, with beef, chili, bacon, pimento cheese, fried egg, and an onion ring. Yup. [Photo]
The fried oyster sliders at Lure have remoulade and watercress and are served on a soft bun. Find them at dinner or weekend brunch.
The Big Apple Inn
The Big Apple Inn has $2 pig ear and smoke sausage sliders, $3 turkey burger and chicken sausage sliders, and $3.50 salmon croquette sliders (breakfast only). Top them with an egg or cheese for another 50 cents.
The Family Dog
The Family Dog has hot dog sliders! They come with bacon jam and pimento cheese on an H&F bun and use Spotted Trotter hot dogs.
FLiP Burger Boutique
Too many options at Flip? Opt for the "smaller" sampler, a greatest-hits trio of Richard Blais's rBQ, butcher's cut, and farmer's burgers.
Delia's Chicken Sausage Stand
Delia's has chicken sausage sliders three ways as well as meatball sliders and the Double D Delight sliders, which sandwich the chicken sausage patty between two glazed Krispy Kreme doughnuts.
Cinébistro at Town Brookhaven
Enjoy your next movie with barbecue beef rib sliders at Cinebistro. They've got a house-made Cherry Coke barbecue sauce and are served with sesame slaw and house-fried chips.
STK's sliders (also known as "lil' BRGRs") come with Waygu beef patties and special sauce on a sesame seed bun. Rumor has it they can also be topped with foie gras.
Revolution Doughnuts & Coffee
Revolution Doughnut's sliders don't come with meat but do include fresh, in-season produce. Get strawberry or banana cream pie right now, but past seasonal options include cranberry orange cheesecake and figgy cream sliders. [Photo]