Daddy Dz's is one of those BBQ places that advertises itself by its lack of decor. The building is probably more structurally sound than it appears to be, but it certainly gives off the right vibe. I've visited there several times and had a chance to try a variety of dishes. I didn't realize until my last trip how close it is to Oakland Cemetery. P erhaps that's because I really didn't know where Oakland Cemetery was. In any case, Daddy Dz's is a couple of short blocks west of the cemetery.
They serve what is a fairly typical mix of foods for an Atlanta BBQ restaurant: pulled meats, ribs, and vegetables including collard greens and fried okra. I've tried the pork, chicken, and beef, all of which are extremely well cooked. The sauce is what most people think of as BBQ sauce, meaning the heavier tomato-based sauce, not the vinegary North Carolina style. I had the spicy sauce on my last trip---at least I think I did---and I came out unscathed.