Atlanta Day 7: Lunch at Fox Brother BBQ

Ben slept in because he was awake in the middle of the night. He is a light sleeper.


Ben decided to skip breakfast and go for brunch instead. He wanted to go back to the Fox Brothers BBQ since we could not eat here on the first day. We arrived at 11:00 AM; just as it opens for lunch.

We decided to sit outside under the big tent since it’s not too hot.


After checking out the menu, we decided to go for the Everything Plate for USD24.95. We asked the server if it’s good for two. The server told us that some people can have this alone but she reaffirmed us that it’s definitely good for two.

We were to select two sides and we opted for Baked Beans and Fox-a-ronia which is a Brunswick Stew Mac & Cheese. The Baked Beans were smokey. The Brunswick Stew Mac & Cheese was unique; tomato’ish and cheesy.


Our choice of meat for the platter include Beef Brisket which was quite tender.


The Chicken Wings were very tangy and sticky. Fingers licking good.


The Fried Ribs were not very impressive as they were quite dry.


Lastly, I had some of the Pulled Pork in the form of sandwich since the platter included two slices of bread.


Lots of paper towel and wet naps to clean up at the end of the meal.


We also ordered a dessert to share. Chocolate Pecan Pie for USD4.25. It was served warm. The chocolate whipped cream was cinnamony.

We noticed that most of the customers here were men.


Credit card is accepted here.

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  1. hungry in tsawwassen

    We had BBQ in Austin TX recently. Yum, yum, good. That pie looks very tasty, too.

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