Category Archives: BBQ

Oh! My Samgyupsal – Duluth, GA

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Oh! My Samgyupsal is hidden all the way in the back of a shopping center on Peachtree Industrial Blvd and the only reason why I’ve heard of it was through glowing reviews from my friends. With a bajillion of Korean All-You-Can-Eat BBQ restaurants that are scattered around Gwinnett, I was a bit skeptical when they told me it was cheaper, high quality food, and better service. Boy was I completely wrong. Continue Reading

Fat Matt’s Rib Shack – Atlanta, GA

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Finding parking at Fat Matt’s can be difficult especially around noon when everyone is rushing there for lunch. After waiting in the parking lot and fighting other cars, we managed to get a parking spot and were greeted by a long line of people waiting to order their food. If you’re not a big fan of Continue Reading

678 – Duluth, GA

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Duluth is saturated with Korean BBQ at every corner and with that kind amount of restaurants to choose from, each of them has to differentiate themselves in order to gain our business. That’s a win-win for us hungry diners. What makes 678 different from all the other Korean BBQ is that they use a charcoal which the smokes permeates the meat and the flames giving it a nice char marks. You can’t have “real” BBQ experiences if you’re using Continue Reading

Sweet Auburn BBQ – Atlanta, GA

This time we revisited Sweet Auburn Market once again after our burger adventure there. Now why you must ask? Well this place is booming with different restaurants that cater to your every need. If you’re into BBQ, visiting Sweet Auburn BBQ is a must. Sweet Auburn BBQ first started out as a food truck. As their popularity grew, they opened up shop at Sweet Auburn Market. Their style of modern BBQ is a fusion of Asian, Mexican, and French cuisine making people coming back for more. Since we went here twice because of our addiction, I ended up combining the two days into one post.

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Jim ‘N Nick’s BBQ – Suwanee, GA

Nothing better than starting a new year by grubbing on some BBQ. Since my friend and I had tried this place out before and enjoyed it, we decided to grab two extra buddies that hadn’t to join along. With the day off from work and school, we rushed out into the freezing cold and jumped into the car to grab some heart warming BBQ at Jim ‘N Nick’s. Located directly off of I-85 and with Assi down the street, it can’t get anymore convenient than that. We got there after 2 in the afternoon which made it easier for us to get services since there were only a few patrons in the restaurant. Peeerfect.
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