Best BBQ in Atlanta. The full rack is a great choice with more thick cut ribs then the plate than hardly hold, meat falling off the bone. Smoked white mean chicken is my second favorite if you mix it with a combo plate. Tons of sides, traditional southern BBQ with even their beans and Cole saw served with sauce made in house. But the less traditional sides are yet to disappoint. Except a waiting time on Thursday through Saturday and without reservations or call-ahead seating it’s worth the wait if you grab a drink at the bar and enjoy it on the waiting patio. FOOD WORTH THE WAIT!!! Didn’t have time to address the service but the staff works hard and does a great job. Atmosphere is = A+.
Reviewed by Scott Kohlbrand on 03/2019, courtesy of Google
Had lunch at Fox Bros. on the way to the airport to fly back home to California. I was in Atlanta for a work trip, and this place came highly recommended. We had Mac and cheese, brisket, jalapeño cheese sausage, and smoked chicken wings with wet sauce. Everything was on point, but the kicker was the chicken wings!! So tender, and the glaze made them almost candy-like. A must try if you’re in the area and a fan of BBQ!!
Reviewed by Wallace M. on 08/2019, courtesy of Yelp
A coworker had gone with his family and had talked about it since. We decided to make the trip( a whole 3 miles) from the hotel. Waited about 30 minutes around dinner time. We waited at the bar before being seated. Bar prices were reasonable. Sat down and had awesome BBQ. Anytime someone asks about BBQ In ATL that’s where I send them! Note: it gets really busy after 6ish. There were 50 people waiting outside when we were leaving!
Reviewed by Christian C. on 08/2019, courtesy of Yelp
BoOoOooOoY! This place was fiiaahhh and I mean it in a good way. Their jalapeño cornbread with honey butter was sooooo good! I literally would order a whole pan if I could. Their brisket was good. Nice and tender but a little dey. However, the fatty part helps give a good flavor to it and makes up for it so I recommend the fatty brisket part and the ribs were a good dry rub! I loved the baked beans (you can never go wrong with that at a bbq place). I also tried a frito pie for the first time and it was good just too much for me personally but if that is something you grew up on then you would definitely enjoy it! Their fried okra is made different but it was soo good and crunchy and crispy and it wasn’t oily! I really enjoyed it and we woukd definitely go back! Give it a try and let me know(: Happy Yelpin!
Reviewed by Vanessa T. on 09/2019, courtesy of Yelp
Best BBQ I ever had!!!! This was our first time in Atlanta and we stopped here after President Carter’s Library and it was amazing….the wings were perfectly seasoned and we also had the short ribs which were simply the best!!! Lean and packed with flavor yum …will definitely eat here again when we’re in town!!!
Reviewed by Brandie C. on 09/2019, courtesy of Yelp
Fox Bros. I will be back! Everything was so good! From my Sprite to the slice of bread my meat was resting on. The okra while I am not a fan of okra, was crispy, soft, and lush. The Tomminator was delicious and next time I will trade my Mac and cheese for the tater tots.
I got the fatty piece of brisket, it didn’t have too much fat on it and was very tender and well seasoned. My leg quarter I had questions for. After taking the skin off I saw that the meat was pink. It wasn’t bleeding just very pink. I asked the waitress and told me they brine it and then slow roast it for 4 hours. I tried it and it was tender and delicious!
My next visit I’m going to try the $38 short rib plate and see if it’s worth the $$.
Reviewed by Cara Murdock on 06/2019, courtesy of Google
Today was my first time visiting Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q and it absolutely will NOT be my last as I experienced the greatest customer service I’ve ever had. I ordered the smoked chicken salad sandwich, and wasn’t able to finish the giant portion. As I went to put the leftover half a sandwich in a Togo box, I accidentally elbowed the basket and the sandwich fell onto the floor. “Oh well” I thought, and picked everything back up to throw away thinking that was that.
Less than 5 minutes later one of the managers walks over with a whole brand new sandwich and said his grandmother would have been ashamed if he’d let me leave without my leftovers. I’d like to give a HUGE thank you to that manager, and our waitress! Your kind gesture absolutely made my week, and I’ll definitely be back!
Reviewed by Brian Johnson on 08/2019, courtesy of Google
Fox Brothers is routinely rated the best barbecue in Atlanta, and I wholeheartedly agree. Been twice recently, and both times the food was exceptional. Pulled pork, brisket and ribs are all excellent. Did I mention the sides? Mac & Cheese, Cole slaw, frito pie, etc. are on par with the meats. Parking sucks, and there is usually a decent wait, but those inconveniences are minor once your meal is served.
Reviewed by Scot Waldrop on 07/2019, courtesy of Google
Amazing barbecue short beef ribs, it is delicious! Their brisket is amazing as well. My family loves to stop and eat there every time we go to Georgia. Hands down this is one place you don’t want to miss out on having their food. They also have cute souvenir, like t-shirts, hoodies etc. We cannot forget their spices and barbecue sauce, it’s amazing! You need to go to Fox Bros whenever in the area.
Reviewed by Barbara Miranda on 09/2019, courtesy of Google
Best BBQ I’ve ever had (and I’ve had BBQ all over Texas). It’s worth the wait and worth every penny. I wanted to take pictures of my food but honestly forgot to as soon as I saw it. I always get the smoked chicken which is tender to the point of falling off the bone and juicy which pairs really well with their spicy BBQ sauce. The frito pie is amazing, the tator tots are seasoned perfectly and crispy without being over cooked, and the mac and cheese is made with medium/large shell noodles and real cheese. If you haven’t tried Fox Bros. yet, you are missing out!
Reviewed by Christine Malseed on 02/2019, courtesy of Google
Okay so I live very close to The Battery and have eaten at Terrapin Taproom many times. Even though they sell Fox Bros BBQ, it is completely different from the real thing. The ribs, which were the spare ribs, were as tender as baby back ribs (no BBB before 5). The mac and cheese was creamier and cheesier and the tots were not as greasy and were actually seasoned. There were more choice in sides and everything just tasted better cooked better and was seasoned better. I’d definitely go back. Yum.
Reviewed by Ashley Wallace on 05/2019, courtesy of Google
Will be coming back for more of this deliciousness! We live in Texas and were super skeptical on Georgia’s BBQ, but boy were we wrong! We are coming back to Georgia either the end of summer, or next spring, but I’ll tell you what, either way I will make it my mission to come to Fox Bros! I wanted to order a whole to go plate, because it was that freaking good. The Dr Pepper chocolate cake?! Get out of my face pimples, but so worth every single bite of that beauty! The hospitality 10 out of 10! Love you guys and I hope to see y’all again soon!
Reviewed by Debbie Iris Calderon on 04/2019, courtesy of Google
Thanks for the great service we order on Saturday for lunch Togo when we make it home may order the beef ribs okay not the product I normally get so call and speak to the manager and he tells me the he we’ll give me a coupón for next order I call today and get the order back and this time is perfect super thank you for the great customer service and good food
Reviewed by Edgard Tapia on 08/2019, courtesy of Google
Absolutely the best BBQ restaurant in the South Eastern United States. Parking can sometimes be difficult because this place stays packed. But it is always worth the wait, just allow yourself a few extra minutes to find streetside parking in case the lot is full. I happily drive from over an hour away, passing many lesser BBQ joints en route because Fox Brothers is the best. For credibility sake, I am a southern raised utility contractor that works all over the Southeast and try every BBQ restaurant I can find when I’m in a new area.
Reviewed by Josh Mudd on 03/2019, courtesy of Google
I was visiting Atlanta on business and I am a huge fan of barbeque and smoked meats. Someone from the company I was visiting recommended this place, so I decided to take a pretty far detour out of my way back to the airport. I’m so glad I did! I was able to have a sample of ribs, pulled pork, and brisket, along with a couple of sides. The food was simply amazing. I’ve done a few briskets of my own and now I know what mine are supposed to taste like! Five thumbs up to the Fox Bros!
Reviewed by Chris Chahley on 03/2019, courtesy of Google
I came here four years ago and I loved it. I came back today and it is still the same! By far the best BBQ place I have ever been! The quality of the food is stellar, going from the pulled pork to their brisket (the fatty cut basically melts in your mouth!) to the ribs, tater tots and there baked beans. I didn’t have enough room for desserts but their cakes looked delicious too. I’ll go back next time I’m in Atlanta.
Reviewed by Giuseppe Galletti on 04/2019, courtesy of Google
Best barbecue I have had. I got the sliced brisket sandwich with Macaroni n Cheese. Brisket was exceptional, excellent flavor profile. Mac and cheese was very good as well. Went on a Friday afternoon. Only had to wait about 20 minutes. Servers were friendly and efficient. Pricing was very reasonable. I had 4 in my group and with tip spent $65. Highly recommend this place the next time you come to Atlanta.
Reviewed by Joseph Tillman on 12/2018, courtesy of Google