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First Waffle House to Offer Beer Opens in Atlanta’s SunTrust Park

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The new kiosk offers hash browns and brewskis

Take me out to the ball game, take me out to SunTrust Park.

The second Waffle House location that just opened in Atlanta’s SunTrust Park is gaining a lot of attention, and it’s not for the cheesesteak hash browns. Braves fans have the option of boozing on Miller Lite or Coors Lite cans, both of which are priced at $8.25.

But that’s almost literally all the vendor sells: fountain and alcoholic drinks, plus the brand’s signature hash browns. A short list of three snacks includes a cheesesteak melt hash brown bowl, a grilled chicken melt hash brown bowl, and double hash browns. All of these items can be smothered with grilled onions, American cheese, jalapeño peppers, chunked ham, or chili for an extra fee. The stadium’s other Waffle House kiosk has a slightly bigger menu — but no beer.


Unless you have baseball tickets, don’t get your hopes up. A Waffle House spokesperson told The Daily Meal that brews won’t be offered at any of the chain’s traditional restaurants, and it probably never will be. Waffle House fans will have to get their fix at the hash brown cart, which also sells koozies called “coolies.” For more on the Georgia-based breakfast brand where actor Donnie Wahlberg once left a massive tip, here are 10 things you didn’t know about Waffle House.


Atlanta

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The shining stars on the city&rsquos dining scene this year

The year is drawing to a close and, as is tradition, Eater Atlanta has surveyed several Atlanta food writers and dining experts on everything from their best meal in 2019 to their food headline predictions for 2020. Responses are cut, pasted, and (mostly) unedited. The experts have already given their restaurant standbys when dining off duty.

Now, Atlanta&rsquos food authorities name the year&rsquos top restaurant newcomers.

Let us know the new restaurants you loved dining at in 2019 in the comments below, on Facebook, or on Twitter.

Mara Davis &mdash Radio and TV personality for WABE, the Bert Show, and Atlanta Eats

Jennifer Zyman &mdash Contributing writer and restaurant critic for Atlanta Magazine, Thrillist, Eater Atlanta, AJC

Lazy Betty, Redbird, B&rsquos Cracklin Barbecue at Kroger, Urban Wu, and Wood&rsquos Chapel BBQ

Mike Jordan &mdash Thrillist Atlanta editor and contributing writer for Eater Atlanta, Playboy, Rolling Stone, Atlanta Magazine

Lazy Betty, Redbird, Aziza, Supremo Taco, Le Colonial, Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen & Bar, Forza Storico and a few others. By George opened a little late, but it&rsquos a good return to form for Hugh Acheson, and a good standard to set for a changing downtown [Atlanta].

Beth McKibben &mdash Eater Atlanta editor

Lazy Betty, Supremo Taco, Redbird, Aziza, and Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen all brought something really special to the scene this year. While not a restaurant, Alejandra Luaces needs to be recognized for the success she&rsquos enjoying after turning her Cabbagetown pop-up operation, Hell Yeah Gluten Free, into a bakery-cafe earlier this fall. That breakfast biscuit, y&rsquoall.


Atlanta

/>The Akko Prawns at Aziza | Angie Webb

The shining stars on the city&rsquos dining scene this year

The year is drawing to a close and, as is tradition, Eater Atlanta has surveyed several Atlanta food writers and dining experts on everything from their best meal in 2019 to their food headline predictions for 2020. Responses are cut, pasted, and (mostly) unedited. The experts have already given their restaurant standbys when dining off duty.

Now, Atlanta&rsquos food authorities name the year&rsquos top restaurant newcomers.

Let us know the new restaurants you loved dining at in 2019 in the comments below, on Facebook, or on Twitter.

Mara Davis &mdash Radio and TV personality for WABE, the Bert Show, and Atlanta Eats

Jennifer Zyman &mdash Contributing writer and restaurant critic for Atlanta Magazine, Thrillist, Eater Atlanta, AJC

Lazy Betty, Redbird, B&rsquos Cracklin Barbecue at Kroger, Urban Wu, and Wood&rsquos Chapel BBQ

Mike Jordan &mdash Thrillist Atlanta editor and contributing writer for Eater Atlanta, Playboy, Rolling Stone, Atlanta Magazine

Lazy Betty, Redbird, Aziza, Supremo Taco, Le Colonial, Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen & Bar, Forza Storico and a few others. By George opened a little late, but it&rsquos a good return to form for Hugh Acheson, and a good standard to set for a changing downtown [Atlanta].

Beth McKibben &mdash Eater Atlanta editor

Lazy Betty, Supremo Taco, Redbird, Aziza, and Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen all brought something really special to the scene this year. While not a restaurant, Alejandra Luaces needs to be recognized for the success she&rsquos enjoying after turning her Cabbagetown pop-up operation, Hell Yeah Gluten Free, into a bakery-cafe earlier this fall. That breakfast biscuit, y&rsquoall.


Atlanta

/>The Akko Prawns at Aziza | Angie Webb

The shining stars on the city&rsquos dining scene this year

The year is drawing to a close and, as is tradition, Eater Atlanta has surveyed several Atlanta food writers and dining experts on everything from their best meal in 2019 to their food headline predictions for 2020. Responses are cut, pasted, and (mostly) unedited. The experts have already given their restaurant standbys when dining off duty.

Now, Atlanta&rsquos food authorities name the year&rsquos top restaurant newcomers.

Let us know the new restaurants you loved dining at in 2019 in the comments below, on Facebook, or on Twitter.

Mara Davis &mdash Radio and TV personality for WABE, the Bert Show, and Atlanta Eats

Jennifer Zyman &mdash Contributing writer and restaurant critic for Atlanta Magazine, Thrillist, Eater Atlanta, AJC

Lazy Betty, Redbird, B&rsquos Cracklin Barbecue at Kroger, Urban Wu, and Wood&rsquos Chapel BBQ

Mike Jordan &mdash Thrillist Atlanta editor and contributing writer for Eater Atlanta, Playboy, Rolling Stone, Atlanta Magazine

Lazy Betty, Redbird, Aziza, Supremo Taco, Le Colonial, Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen & Bar, Forza Storico and a few others. By George opened a little late, but it&rsquos a good return to form for Hugh Acheson, and a good standard to set for a changing downtown [Atlanta].

Beth McKibben &mdash Eater Atlanta editor

Lazy Betty, Supremo Taco, Redbird, Aziza, and Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen all brought something really special to the scene this year. While not a restaurant, Alejandra Luaces needs to be recognized for the success she&rsquos enjoying after turning her Cabbagetown pop-up operation, Hell Yeah Gluten Free, into a bakery-cafe earlier this fall. That breakfast biscuit, y&rsquoall.


Atlanta

/>The Akko Prawns at Aziza | Angie Webb

The shining stars on the city&rsquos dining scene this year

The year is drawing to a close and, as is tradition, Eater Atlanta has surveyed several Atlanta food writers and dining experts on everything from their best meal in 2019 to their food headline predictions for 2020. Responses are cut, pasted, and (mostly) unedited. The experts have already given their restaurant standbys when dining off duty.

Now, Atlanta&rsquos food authorities name the year&rsquos top restaurant newcomers.

Let us know the new restaurants you loved dining at in 2019 in the comments below, on Facebook, or on Twitter.

Mara Davis &mdash Radio and TV personality for WABE, the Bert Show, and Atlanta Eats

Jennifer Zyman &mdash Contributing writer and restaurant critic for Atlanta Magazine, Thrillist, Eater Atlanta, AJC

Lazy Betty, Redbird, B&rsquos Cracklin Barbecue at Kroger, Urban Wu, and Wood&rsquos Chapel BBQ

Mike Jordan &mdash Thrillist Atlanta editor and contributing writer for Eater Atlanta, Playboy, Rolling Stone, Atlanta Magazine

Lazy Betty, Redbird, Aziza, Supremo Taco, Le Colonial, Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen & Bar, Forza Storico and a few others. By George opened a little late, but it&rsquos a good return to form for Hugh Acheson, and a good standard to set for a changing downtown [Atlanta].

Beth McKibben &mdash Eater Atlanta editor

Lazy Betty, Supremo Taco, Redbird, Aziza, and Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen all brought something really special to the scene this year. While not a restaurant, Alejandra Luaces needs to be recognized for the success she&rsquos enjoying after turning her Cabbagetown pop-up operation, Hell Yeah Gluten Free, into a bakery-cafe earlier this fall. That breakfast biscuit, y&rsquoall.


Atlanta

/>The Akko Prawns at Aziza | Angie Webb

The shining stars on the city&rsquos dining scene this year

The year is drawing to a close and, as is tradition, Eater Atlanta has surveyed several Atlanta food writers and dining experts on everything from their best meal in 2019 to their food headline predictions for 2020. Responses are cut, pasted, and (mostly) unedited. The experts have already given their restaurant standbys when dining off duty.

Now, Atlanta&rsquos food authorities name the year&rsquos top restaurant newcomers.

Let us know the new restaurants you loved dining at in 2019 in the comments below, on Facebook, or on Twitter.

Mara Davis &mdash Radio and TV personality for WABE, the Bert Show, and Atlanta Eats

Jennifer Zyman &mdash Contributing writer and restaurant critic for Atlanta Magazine, Thrillist, Eater Atlanta, AJC

Lazy Betty, Redbird, B&rsquos Cracklin Barbecue at Kroger, Urban Wu, and Wood&rsquos Chapel BBQ

Mike Jordan &mdash Thrillist Atlanta editor and contributing writer for Eater Atlanta, Playboy, Rolling Stone, Atlanta Magazine

Lazy Betty, Redbird, Aziza, Supremo Taco, Le Colonial, Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen & Bar, Forza Storico and a few others. By George opened a little late, but it&rsquos a good return to form for Hugh Acheson, and a good standard to set for a changing downtown [Atlanta].

Beth McKibben &mdash Eater Atlanta editor

Lazy Betty, Supremo Taco, Redbird, Aziza, and Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen all brought something really special to the scene this year. While not a restaurant, Alejandra Luaces needs to be recognized for the success she&rsquos enjoying after turning her Cabbagetown pop-up operation, Hell Yeah Gluten Free, into a bakery-cafe earlier this fall. That breakfast biscuit, y&rsquoall.


Atlanta

/>The Akko Prawns at Aziza | Angie Webb

The shining stars on the city&rsquos dining scene this year

The year is drawing to a close and, as is tradition, Eater Atlanta has surveyed several Atlanta food writers and dining experts on everything from their best meal in 2019 to their food headline predictions for 2020. Responses are cut, pasted, and (mostly) unedited. The experts have already given their restaurant standbys when dining off duty.

Now, Atlanta&rsquos food authorities name the year&rsquos top restaurant newcomers.

Let us know the new restaurants you loved dining at in 2019 in the comments below, on Facebook, or on Twitter.

Mara Davis &mdash Radio and TV personality for WABE, the Bert Show, and Atlanta Eats

Jennifer Zyman &mdash Contributing writer and restaurant critic for Atlanta Magazine, Thrillist, Eater Atlanta, AJC

Lazy Betty, Redbird, B&rsquos Cracklin Barbecue at Kroger, Urban Wu, and Wood&rsquos Chapel BBQ

Mike Jordan &mdash Thrillist Atlanta editor and contributing writer for Eater Atlanta, Playboy, Rolling Stone, Atlanta Magazine

Lazy Betty, Redbird, Aziza, Supremo Taco, Le Colonial, Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen & Bar, Forza Storico and a few others. By George opened a little late, but it&rsquos a good return to form for Hugh Acheson, and a good standard to set for a changing downtown [Atlanta].

Beth McKibben &mdash Eater Atlanta editor

Lazy Betty, Supremo Taco, Redbird, Aziza, and Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen all brought something really special to the scene this year. While not a restaurant, Alejandra Luaces needs to be recognized for the success she&rsquos enjoying after turning her Cabbagetown pop-up operation, Hell Yeah Gluten Free, into a bakery-cafe earlier this fall. That breakfast biscuit, y&rsquoall.


Atlanta

/>The Akko Prawns at Aziza | Angie Webb

The shining stars on the city&rsquos dining scene this year

The year is drawing to a close and, as is tradition, Eater Atlanta has surveyed several Atlanta food writers and dining experts on everything from their best meal in 2019 to their food headline predictions for 2020. Responses are cut, pasted, and (mostly) unedited. The experts have already given their restaurant standbys when dining off duty.

Now, Atlanta&rsquos food authorities name the year&rsquos top restaurant newcomers.

Let us know the new restaurants you loved dining at in 2019 in the comments below, on Facebook, or on Twitter.

Mara Davis &mdash Radio and TV personality for WABE, the Bert Show, and Atlanta Eats

Jennifer Zyman &mdash Contributing writer and restaurant critic for Atlanta Magazine, Thrillist, Eater Atlanta, AJC

Lazy Betty, Redbird, B&rsquos Cracklin Barbecue at Kroger, Urban Wu, and Wood&rsquos Chapel BBQ

Mike Jordan &mdash Thrillist Atlanta editor and contributing writer for Eater Atlanta, Playboy, Rolling Stone, Atlanta Magazine

Lazy Betty, Redbird, Aziza, Supremo Taco, Le Colonial, Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen & Bar, Forza Storico and a few others. By George opened a little late, but it&rsquos a good return to form for Hugh Acheson, and a good standard to set for a changing downtown [Atlanta].

Beth McKibben &mdash Eater Atlanta editor

Lazy Betty, Supremo Taco, Redbird, Aziza, and Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen all brought something really special to the scene this year. While not a restaurant, Alejandra Luaces needs to be recognized for the success she&rsquos enjoying after turning her Cabbagetown pop-up operation, Hell Yeah Gluten Free, into a bakery-cafe earlier this fall. That breakfast biscuit, y&rsquoall.


Atlanta

/>The Akko Prawns at Aziza | Angie Webb

The shining stars on the city&rsquos dining scene this year

The year is drawing to a close and, as is tradition, Eater Atlanta has surveyed several Atlanta food writers and dining experts on everything from their best meal in 2019 to their food headline predictions for 2020. Responses are cut, pasted, and (mostly) unedited. The experts have already given their restaurant standbys when dining off duty.

Now, Atlanta&rsquos food authorities name the year&rsquos top restaurant newcomers.

Let us know the new restaurants you loved dining at in 2019 in the comments below, on Facebook, or on Twitter.

Mara Davis &mdash Radio and TV personality for WABE, the Bert Show, and Atlanta Eats

Jennifer Zyman &mdash Contributing writer and restaurant critic for Atlanta Magazine, Thrillist, Eater Atlanta, AJC

Lazy Betty, Redbird, B&rsquos Cracklin Barbecue at Kroger, Urban Wu, and Wood&rsquos Chapel BBQ

Mike Jordan &mdash Thrillist Atlanta editor and contributing writer for Eater Atlanta, Playboy, Rolling Stone, Atlanta Magazine

Lazy Betty, Redbird, Aziza, Supremo Taco, Le Colonial, Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen & Bar, Forza Storico and a few others. By George opened a little late, but it&rsquos a good return to form for Hugh Acheson, and a good standard to set for a changing downtown [Atlanta].

Beth McKibben &mdash Eater Atlanta editor

Lazy Betty, Supremo Taco, Redbird, Aziza, and Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen all brought something really special to the scene this year. While not a restaurant, Alejandra Luaces needs to be recognized for the success she&rsquos enjoying after turning her Cabbagetown pop-up operation, Hell Yeah Gluten Free, into a bakery-cafe earlier this fall. That breakfast biscuit, y&rsquoall.


Atlanta

/>The Akko Prawns at Aziza | Angie Webb

The shining stars on the city&rsquos dining scene this year

The year is drawing to a close and, as is tradition, Eater Atlanta has surveyed several Atlanta food writers and dining experts on everything from their best meal in 2019 to their food headline predictions for 2020. Responses are cut, pasted, and (mostly) unedited. The experts have already given their restaurant standbys when dining off duty.

Now, Atlanta&rsquos food authorities name the year&rsquos top restaurant newcomers.

Let us know the new restaurants you loved dining at in 2019 in the comments below, on Facebook, or on Twitter.

Mara Davis &mdash Radio and TV personality for WABE, the Bert Show, and Atlanta Eats

Jennifer Zyman &mdash Contributing writer and restaurant critic for Atlanta Magazine, Thrillist, Eater Atlanta, AJC

Lazy Betty, Redbird, B&rsquos Cracklin Barbecue at Kroger, Urban Wu, and Wood&rsquos Chapel BBQ

Mike Jordan &mdash Thrillist Atlanta editor and contributing writer for Eater Atlanta, Playboy, Rolling Stone, Atlanta Magazine

Lazy Betty, Redbird, Aziza, Supremo Taco, Le Colonial, Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen & Bar, Forza Storico and a few others. By George opened a little late, but it&rsquos a good return to form for Hugh Acheson, and a good standard to set for a changing downtown [Atlanta].

Beth McKibben &mdash Eater Atlanta editor

Lazy Betty, Supremo Taco, Redbird, Aziza, and Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen all brought something really special to the scene this year. While not a restaurant, Alejandra Luaces needs to be recognized for the success she&rsquos enjoying after turning her Cabbagetown pop-up operation, Hell Yeah Gluten Free, into a bakery-cafe earlier this fall. That breakfast biscuit, y&rsquoall.


Atlanta

/>The Akko Prawns at Aziza | Angie Webb

The shining stars on the city&rsquos dining scene this year

The year is drawing to a close and, as is tradition, Eater Atlanta has surveyed several Atlanta food writers and dining experts on everything from their best meal in 2019 to their food headline predictions for 2020. Responses are cut, pasted, and (mostly) unedited. The experts have already given their restaurant standbys when dining off duty.

Now, Atlanta&rsquos food authorities name the year&rsquos top restaurant newcomers.

Let us know the new restaurants you loved dining at in 2019 in the comments below, on Facebook, or on Twitter.

Mara Davis &mdash Radio and TV personality for WABE, the Bert Show, and Atlanta Eats

Jennifer Zyman &mdash Contributing writer and restaurant critic for Atlanta Magazine, Thrillist, Eater Atlanta, AJC

Lazy Betty, Redbird, B&rsquos Cracklin Barbecue at Kroger, Urban Wu, and Wood&rsquos Chapel BBQ

Mike Jordan &mdash Thrillist Atlanta editor and contributing writer for Eater Atlanta, Playboy, Rolling Stone, Atlanta Magazine

Lazy Betty, Redbird, Aziza, Supremo Taco, Le Colonial, Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen & Bar, Forza Storico and a few others. By George opened a little late, but it&rsquos a good return to form for Hugh Acheson, and a good standard to set for a changing downtown [Atlanta].

Beth McKibben &mdash Eater Atlanta editor

Lazy Betty, Supremo Taco, Redbird, Aziza, and Virgil&rsquos Gullah Kitchen all brought something really special to the scene this year. While not a restaurant, Alejandra Luaces needs to be recognized for the success she&rsquos enjoying after turning her Cabbagetown pop-up operation, Hell Yeah Gluten Free, into a bakery-cafe earlier this fall. That breakfast biscuit, y&rsquoall.


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