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Large, medium, small and a mini. Egg'n, golfing, beer drinking, camping and following football and baseball.Atlanta NOTP suburbia.
Once in Atlanta, try DBA BBQ or Fox Brothers, both are very good.
There were some recommendations from guys in the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill area in this thread:
There is a Jack's Old South BBQ in Brasleton, GA just a little ways off I-85.
(and +1 for Fox Bros in Atlanta)
Location 33.537588, -83.969298 (33.5 miles and 41 minutes SE of the Mothership)
Here are some for NC.
I will start you off in the order of places you will hit going down I85 to Charlotte. There are more, but these are ones I like.-Bullocks BBQ 3330 Quebec Dr Durham, NC 27705(919) 383-3211-Hillsborough BBQ Company236 S Nash St Hillsborough, NC 27278(919) 732-4647-Hursey’s BBQ1834 S Church St Burlington, NC 27215(336) 226-1694-Lexington Barbecue (Lexington is the Capital of Western NC style bbq)101 West Center Street ExtensionLexington, NC 27295(336) 249-9814-Midwood Smokehouse1401 Central Ave Charlotte, NC 28205(704) 295-4227Must-stops on this list are Hillsborough BBQ Company, Lexington, and Midwood. Be sure to bring cash-some do not take plastic.
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This place is just off of 85 about 20 minutes from Charlotte. Just a hole in the wall, cash only, limited parking and seating.
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