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12 Delicious Atlanta Foods That Won't Break The Bank

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2. The "Slab and Bird Combo" at Fat Matt's Rib Shack

Where: 1811 Piedmont Ave.

Cost: $9.50

Honestly, everything on the menu is decently priced! You will probably have to wait in a long line to get your food. But it's worth it. Come for the delicious cheap eats, stay for the blues music.

3. Bahn Mi at Lee's Bakery

Where: 4005 Buford Hwy NE, Suite C

Cost: $2.99–$5.25. (Their to-go special is buy five, get one free!)

Lee's Bakery is the place to go when you want cheap and delicious Vietnamese food. You can also get a half sandwich with a bowl of pho for only $7.55.

4. Fish & Grits at Gladys Knight's Chicken And Waffles Concepts

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Where: Multiple locations. See here.

Cost: $11.00

OK, so the restaurant has "Chicken and Waffles" in the name, but they specialize in all kinds of Southern soul food. And just look at those grits. Mmmmhmm, cheesy goodness.

5. Sesame Fries at Takorea

Where: Multiple locations. See here.

Cost: $4.25

Korean–Mexican fusion is all the rage now, but the sesame fries are what make Takorea special. They are perfectly crispy, a little sweet, and paired with a special ketchup sauce.

6. Bagel Sandwiches at Candler Park Market Deli

Where: 1642 McLendon Ave.

Cost: Starting at $2.50+

Tucked in the back of the Candler Park Market is an awesome deli with a huge variety of sandwiches and burgers. It's totally vegetarian-friendly too!

8. Vegan (or Non-Vegan) or Gluten-Free (or Gluten-Full) Doughnuts at Revolution Doughnuts & Coffee

Where: 908 West College Ave., Decatur

Cost: $2–$3.75

Seriously, your mouth won't care that it's vegan. The doughnuts are that good. Try the "filled rounds" with fresh fruit.

9. Chili Cheese Dogs and Chili Cheeseburgers at The Varsity

Where: Multiple locations. See here.

Price: $9.44 for one chili cheese dog, one chili cheeseburger, fries or onion rings, and a drink.

OK. Don't forget to try the pie too ($1.89).

Georgia Tech students know this is the place to go after football games! The Varsity's original location is the world's largest fast food drive-in. It's over two acres and can accommodate 600 cars and 800 people inside!

11. Sublime Doughnut Burger from Cypress Street Pint & Plate

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Where: 817 W Peachtree St. NE

Cost: $12

And now for a treat! This burger has two doughnuts as the buns with cheddar, onion, and bacon in between. You know you're curious to try it.

12. Pulled Pork Barbecue Plate at Daddy D'z BBQ JOYNT

Where: 264 Memorial Drive

Cost: $6.79

Many articles have named this the best BBQ place in Atlanta, so naturally we have to give props to Daddy D'z. Not pictured are their specialty "que wraps," which are basically BBQ pulled pork egg rolls. Yum!

So now that you know what you wanna eat, let's make a trip to Atlanta!

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