5 restaurants to try before a Atlanta Braves set adult emporium in Cobb County

December 15, 2015 - bbq set

Spare Ribs, Tempura honeyed potatoes and Tempura salsa during Heirloom Market BBQ. (BECKY STEIN/special)

Spare Ribs, Tempura honeyed potatoes and Tempura salsa during Heirloom Market BBQ. (BECKY STEIN/special)


When a Atlanta Braves pierce to Cobb County in 2017, their devise is to move not usually a ball group with them yet also some of a best dining, sell and party that Atlanta has to offer—all in a corporate atmosphere. The Braves have reliable that Tex-Mex from Ford Fry, grill from Fox Bros. BBQ and pizza from Antico will be sole during a SunTrust Park complex. However, there’s copiousness of time before that becomes a reality, and countless dining options in a area to get proficient with before a temperament of Cobb Parkway changes. Check out these 5 places already handling in a Braves’ new area before everybody else does.

  1. Heirloom Market BBQ

This place has some of a best beef in town. Thick, juicy, greasy charred cuts of brisket prominence a simple menu of staples along Korean-inflected dishes like kimchi coleslaw, Korean honeyed potatoes, Korean pig and sauce, and there’s a genuine leader here. The daily specials are not to be ignored either, and a cucumber radish salad and baked beans with brisket pieces are a must. Put Hotlanta salsa on everything. Because a direct is high and parking spaces are limited, congregation possibly have to eat station on a square or take a food to-go. It’s tough to leave payable though. 2243 Akers Mill Road, S.E., Atlanta. 770-612-2502, www.heirloommarketbbq.com

  1. Harry’s Pizza and Subs

New York-style pizza is usually a 5-minute expostulate divided from where SunTrust Park, a Braves’ new Cobb County home, is being constructed. Harry’s pizza is reliably good and there is copiousness of variety. Think some-more comfort pizza than Neapolitan, yet indulge a same approach nonetheless. You’ll find a TV with a diversion on, splash specials and a packaged residence for Thursday night trivia. You can’t skip a pointer for a parking lot on Powers Ferry Road, and we positively don’t wish to skip out on a food either. 2150 Powers Ferry Road, S.E., Atlanta. 770-955-4413, harryspizzaandsubs.com/

  1. Rose Crown Tavern

Maybe you’re in a area late, yet don’t wish to settle for quick food or Waffle House. Rose Crown Tavern, conveniently located adult a travel from Harry’s Pizza, is open until 2 a.m. on weekdays, 3 a.m. on weekends and 12:30 a.m. on Sundays. The prices aren’t vast (though not cheap), yet we get what we compensate for in apportionment distance and quality; this is above-standard pub food, that facilities English and American influences. The drinks upsurge as good as we can ask for, and there are copiousness of TVs in a vast dining room and bar area so no one feels cramped. They also offer brunch, so there’ll be no need to tailgate in breathless feverishness before a Sunday afternoon initial pitch. 1931 Powers Ferry Rd SE, Atlanta, 770) 933-5595, imsmartsites.com/roseandcrown/

  1. Tacos La Villa

Tucked divided in a small selling core on Cobb Parkway, this fast-casual Mexican grill is reduction than a mile from SunTrust Park. Tacos La Villa is as authentic a hole-in-the-wall (of any kind, either Mexican or not) as they come. Among tacos, you’ll find beef tongue, cow brain, al priest and more. And a menu is expanded in box tacos aren’t what we are craving. A boundless salsa bar, daily specials, horchata and Mexican sodas mix for a noted meal. While this grill offers a good value, a wait can be daunting during rise times. 2415 Cobb Parkway, S.E., Smyrna. 770-951-0415, www.facebook.com/pages/Tacos-La-Villa/

  1. Chopped tender greasy tuna with immature onion and uninformed egg over sushi rice during Yakitori Jinbei.(Becky Stein/Special)

    Chopped tender greasy tuna with immature onion and uninformed egg over sushi rice during Yakitori Jinbei.(Becky Stein/Special)

    Yakitori Jinbei

Located closer to Tacos La Villa than home image is to first, Yakitori Jinbei is Cobb Parkway’s best choice for authentic Japanese. Its ramen bowls are ideal for a stormy day or sleet delay, and a skewers are as appetizing as they come. There’s also sushi, tempura, box dinners and rice bowls. Situated during Cumberland Square North Shopping Center, Yakitori Jinbei is one of a smaller establishments on this list and really a many formal. Yet it is a ultimate closer.  2421 Cobb Parkway, S.E., Smyrna, (770) 818-9215, www.yakitorirestaurant.com/

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