Photo courtesy of http://lepetitmarche.net/
In 2008, Marchet Sparks opened her market of sandwiches, soups, cheese and breads. It was basically just a cute little market store that sold food on the side. Fast forward to 2016, Marchet has improved her homemade menu by adding brunch to her lunch items as well.
If you head to La Petite on a Saturday or Sunday morning for brunch around 10 or 11am expect to wait, but the wait will be well worth it.
Voted one of Atlanta’s Best Brunch Spots by Atlanta Bucket List, La Petite Marche is open everyday 8am-5pm. 1984 Hosea L Williams Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30317
I’ve had the pleasure of enjoying the Spicy Tuna on Whole Wheat, if you are in the breakfast mood try the French Toast Sandwich or The Kirkwood.
For more info visit their website. http://lepetitmarche.net/index.php
If you ever want to visit BBQ heaven it is located here: 1238 DEKALB AVE NE ATL. GA. 30307.
Two brothers, Justin and Jonathan Fox opened Fox Brothers BBQ in 2007. The Candler Park area proved to be the perfect location and they have truly thrived.
Fox Bros. BBQ, has been featured in Good Day Atlanta, CBS Better Mornings, Fox News, The Weather Channel, TLC, HGTV, and The Food Network.
I started my visit off with The Lopez as an appetizer, and then the combo plate with ribs and chicken, macaroni and cheese, and greens. I was not disappointed.
Fox Bros. Hours Sun-Thurs. 11am-10pm, Fri and Sat. 11am-11pm
Right next to Fox Bros. in BBQ heaven is Anna’s BBQ, (they are also located right beside La Petite Marche.) 1976 Hosea L. Williams Dr. Atlanta, Ga 30317
Anna’s BBQ was a surprise food find for me. I stumbled across them after seeing their sign while eating at La Petite Marche.
Anna’s offers that cookout at my cousin’s house feeling and the food is affordable and delicious. They offer daily lunch specials and fried fish as well.
The wing special with two sides, catfish dinner, and Ribs w/ Brisket meal have all done my appetite justice.