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|Double S BBQ, Cambridge|
111 Jefferson St. (Hwy. 18)
|Texas barbecue, and some Cajun specialties, including housemade boudain sausage. Housemade buttermilk pies.|
|JB's Eat-A-Bite BBQ|
2209 S. Park St.
|Jan 2014**may be closed**Sandwiches, fried catfish, barbecued ribs, rib tips, jambalaya and chicken quarters. Dinners include fries, coleslaw and a muffin. Don't skip the outstanding fried okra; other sides include candied yams, mustard and turnip greens . Barbecue family packs serve 4, 8 or 12, $31-$86. |
317 N. Bassett St.
|An expansion of the late-night food cart, with steak burgers, fried chicken, wings, soul food favrorites and sides. The somewhat sloppy but delectable steakburger comes loaded with grilled onions, on slices of soft white bread. $8 min. on credit cards.|
313 W. Beltline Hwy.
|Hidden away on the Frontage Road to the West Beltline (in the Genesis Enterprise Center), Melly Mel's is mostly deli and catering but has a small but inviting dining area on the lower level (there is an elevator for those who have difficulty with stairs). It's well worth hunting down, for chicken and waffles, fish and grits, and scandalously good fried chicken. Daily specials.|