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5 Food Network-Approved Dishes to Try Now

By Allison Mitchell | March 28, 2016 | Articles

1. Seafood lovers will take delight in this choice appetizer from JCT. Kitchen & Bar. The angry mussels, paired with bacon, serrano chile, onion and toast for soppin’, take home top remarks from not only The Best Thing I Ever Ate, but also the Cooking Channel’s Unique Eats. $14, Westside, @jctkitchen

2. Holeman & Finch Public House’s famous double patty cheeseburger (topped with b&b pickles, red onions and American cheese) has spawned two outposts of H&F Burger and a bevy of accolades, including mentions on The Best Thing I Ever Ate, Bizarre Foods America, The Layover and Unique Eats. $14, multiple locations, @hfburger

3. Triple D knows a thing or two about pub food. Wrecking Bar Brewpub’s house pastrami sandwich takes top honors thanks to house-cured and smoked local brisket, baby collard kimchee, Korean chile-garlic mayo, baby Swiss and marble rye bread. $13, Little Five Points, @wreckingbar

4. Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q takes the traditional burger and turns it on its head with the Fox Bros. Burger, a stacked sammy with chopped brisket, bacon, tomato, red onions, pickles, melted pimiento cheese and jalapeno mayo on a buttered, toasted brioche bun. Hello, stretchy pants! $12, Candler Park, @foxbrosbarbq

5. For the breakfast bunch, Joy Cafe delivers with the Guy Fieri-approved Southern biscuit and Sawmill gravy paired with housemade sausage and fluffy, scrambled eggs. $10, Buckhead, @joycafeatl


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