Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 1/7/19
Tuesday, January 28th
Sweet Auburn BBQ
Head to Sweet Auburn BBQ on January 28 for their annual Chinese New Year celebration. Inspired by the Malaysian-Chinese roots of owners and siblings Howard and Anita Hsu, they’re offering a specially curated a la carte menu and cocktails to celebrate the occasion. The event will start at 6pm, and traditional lion dancers will perform for guests at 7pm and 8pm. This event is free, just stop on by!
Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 5/6/19
Live music, kids crawfish races, cornhole, and more!
Saturday, May 18th at Dixie Q Brookhaven
On Saturday, May 18th, from 11 am to 4 pm, come join us outside for some good eats at our first-ever BBQ & Boil Louisana-style after the popular Brookhaven Bolt.
All tickets $35 and include the following:
Chef Scott’s Louisiana-style Crawfish Boil with Corn and Potatoes
(Good helping provided, more available to purchase during the event)
BBQ Pork sliders
Sides of Coleslaw or Potato Salad
One complimentary hot dog and house-made chips
for children under 10 with one adult ticket
Choice of one *beverage–
Dixie Q Morning Mimosa
New Orleans-style Hurricane
*Want another round?
Additional beverages only $4.00 each!
Limited menu offered inside during event hours with full bar available.
Regular dinner service with full menu starts at 5:00pm.
Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 4/1/19
We seriously love barbeque and it had been way too long since we’d been to Moe’s Original Bar B Que in Midtown! They’re going into their 10th year in business, so we came down to sample a few menu items, or more like all of them! Of the meats, the ribs were our favorite. They were meaty with just the right amount of juicy fat and rub for flavor. Fell off the bone. We also really enjoyed the pulled pork that was slowly cooked for eight hours. It had the right amount of fat, meat, and savory flavor. The meat portions were also perfect.
On the side, the stand out was the fried green tomato with the perfect, savory crunch and sweet, thick-sliced tomato. We also loved the brunswick stew too, a great hearty meat, lima, potato, corn concoction that would be perfect for a cold winter night. Let’s not forget to mention that the turkey was all white meat with a tasty slaw on the top, it was a good combination. The gumbo had tender okra and slightly spicy broth, and the collards had a balance of vinegar, spice, and tender greens. We love the bold flavors, and original takes on typical barbeque offerings. Moe’s Original Bar B Que is located at 349 14th St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318.
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