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Where to Eat in Kirkwood


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Named best burger in the country by the Wall Street Journal, it's sometimes hard to get a seat at Ann's. The favorite here remains a double cheeseburger with mayo only. The Ghetto Burger is a masochistic order: a plate-filling sandwich topped with chili, cheese, onions, and bacon. Whatever you order... | more...

Barbecue

Black-owned Business
Anna's BBQ boasts a lengthy traditional barbecue menu. The comfortable, family friendly atmosphere makes this Kirkwood institution well worth the visit. | more...

Juice Shop

One of nearly a dozen shops run by Arden Zinn, Atlanta's leading fresh-juice producer. Pure fruit and veggies go into her juices and smoothies. Also a one-stop shop for detoxers and juice-fasters. | more...

Restaurant

Expect gussied-up dishes with local ingredients from this intimate eatery. The menu is rotating, but mainstays include foods like duck confit fries and slow-roasted hen pot pies. | more...

Vegan/Vegetarian

Howell Belser and Idalys Sansores own this Kirkwood vegan bakery/cafe. Complete with sandwiches and bakery items, Dulce is surprisingly satisfying even to meat or lacto eaters. The bakery uses nothing but organic products, is strictly vegan and also bakes pastries that are gluten-free or otherwise m... | more...

Restaurant

CL: Adult version of Elmyr in L5P.
Kirkwood's Elmyriachi, sister restaurant to L5P burrito dive Elmyr, offers casual Tex-Mex cuisine such as build-your-own tacos (try the smoked brisket), avocado-jalapeño margaritas, and more. Don't miss Elmyriachi's spacious patio overlooking Hosea L. Williams Drive. | more...

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Breakfast

Black-owned Business
Boasting a small selection of fresh baked cookies and cheeses and salami, this country French deli serves up breakfast, panino, and salads. | more...

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Breakfast

The quintessential European neighborhood café located in the Kirkwood neighborhood of Atlanta. Breakfast and familiar sandwiches are served at this popular brunch spot. | more...

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Cafe or Coffee Shop

Sure, coffee is in the name and something you can still order, but the draught selection at Taproom rotates and always impresses. The lights are on until 10 p.m. (save Sundays when it closes at 8 p.m.) and there are $4 pints on Mondays. | more...

Pizza

Pizza, salads and cannoli offered in a picturesque former gas station. Although the slices are NYC-styled, Urban Pie prefers to be known as "Kirkwood-style pizza." Thin crust is standard here, and with a $10 one-topping pizza special every day, it makes for a good neighborhood option. | more...


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