Just go it's fabulous! We left One Eared Buck because no substitutions, Fox Bros was crazy wait 3rd time was the charm at Folk Art!
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Visiting a relative in the hospital in Atlanta, we were looking for a place to grab an early lunch. It's tucked away in a residential area on a quiet street alongside several other interesting looking restaurants. The interior decor is rustic and still retains its charm from yesteryear. It's not a very big place, but big enough that it doesn't... More
Rain, snow, sleet or hail does not keep mailtrucks or foodies from getting the job done ✅ my daughter is graduating in May from Auburn University and moving to Houston to begin a new chapter in her life~being a big girl with her very own paycheck 👛! She has a bucket list for restaurants here in the big ATL before... More
Atlanta seems to have quite a few of these types of places - local, low-key joints with amazing food - folk art might just be the best of them all. Being from NY, chicken and waffles are usually separate conversations and meals - down south it's a marriage made in heaven. Hash browns with pimento cheese are simply scrumptious. Staff... More
Don't blink or you would miss it. Nestled in a little storefront row is one of the best breakfasts ever!!!! Went on a Saturday for brunch and was greeted with complementary valet parking and about 20 minute wait but we probably would have waited double! The food and atmosphere were fabulous. The grits were on point along with the Folk... More
Hands down some of the best chicken and waffles I've ever had. The sweet potato and whiskey peach compote really set it off. Great atmosphere and the wait wasn't terrible even though they were really busy. Very efficient.
I live in Georgia and just had to visit this dive in Atlanta after seeing this on Dinners Drive-ins and dives. The food was awesome! I ordered the triple D meatball sandwich with hand-cut french fries and wasn't disappointed The burgers were grilled and then smothered in marinara sauce and cheese and this tasted just like a good ole meatball... More
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