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Old Brick Barbeque Atlanta has been featured in the following publications:

National Geographics “Where to Find the Best BBQ in America”

Old Brick Pit Barbeque featured in National Geographic’s “Where to Find the Best BBQ in America”

 

 


Old Brick Pit Featured in Southern Living’s “The South’s Top 50 Barbecue Joints 2018”

“Atlanta is awash in imported barbecue styles, but you can still find traditional Georgia fare inside the I-285 Perimeter at Old Brick Pit Barbeque. Since 1976, they’ve been cooking hams, ribs, and chicken in the hickory-fired pit that gives this restaurant its name.”

 


Southern Living Names Old Brick Pit Barbeque as “Must-Visit” BBQ Joint

“Since 1976, Old Brick Pit Barbeque has been cooking hams, ribs, and chicken in the hickory-fired pit. The juicy chopped pork is dressed with a peppery tomato-and-vinegar sauce, and the tangy, smoky ribs have a spot-on tender but chewy texture. Try a combo plate with creamy white coleslaw and plain white bread wrapped in wax paper.”

 


Atlanta Eats Feature on Old Brick Pit Barbeque

“They’ve been open for 40 years and continue to make delicious, slow cooked meats in their classic Old Brick Pit. Whether it’s the ribs, chicken or pulled pork sandwiches, this is one pit we don’t mind being stuck in.”

 


Eater.com “Where the Chefs Eat: A Fox Brother’s Favorite Atlanta Restaurants”

Old Brick Pit Barbeque featured in Eater Atlanta’s Go-To Guide — your chef’s guide to Atlanta, the Southeast, and beyond.

 

 


Atlanta Magazine feature on Pitmaster Stephanie Garner

“We smoke the ribs, then take them out and soak them in apple juice, then cook them for another couple of hours after that. The next day, we put them on the pit that we have inside—it’s an actual brick pit—and do the basting sauce. They stay on that for about another two hours and get more of the smoky flavor. And we only use hickory wood.”

 


 

Old Brick Pit Barbeque Owner Jane Ann Jarvis Interviewed by Southern Foodways Alliance

“Jane Ann Jarvis hasn’t been in the barbecue business long, but she fell in love with it right away. She has operated Old Brick Pit Barbecue, located in Chamblee, Georgia, barely outside the northern city limits of Atlanta, only since 2006.”

 

 


Hometown News Features Old Brick Pit Barbeque

“It isn’t often that I drive from Decatur to Brookhaven just to eat lunch but I have been known to do that very thing for the Old Brick Pit Barbecue, which has been serving BBQ fans since 1976. Having eaten at a seemingly endless number of BBQ places over the years, this is definitely my favorite.”

 

 


Patch.com Names Old Brick Pit BBQ Readers Choice Award Winner

“Old Brick Pit BBQ was chosen as offering Brookhaven’s and Chamblee’s best sweet tea, in an extremely tight competition. Located on Peachtree Boulevard, the restaurant received 42 percent of this week’s vote.”