Saturday, October 1, 2011

Harold's Barbecue

A Habitat project brought me to the West End/Atlanta University area. A random pick on the GPS led me to Harold's Barbecue, a place I thoroughly enjoyed. My server proudly told me at the end of the meal that her grandparents had founded the restaurant over 60 years ago. The staff greeted several patrons as regulars. This is one of those places where nothing changes and everyone is welcomed.

They didn't make beef today, which made my choice of pork very easy. I had a classic Carolina-style BBQ plate: chopped pork, Brunswick stew, creamy cole slaw, and cornbread. The food was simple and good. I ended up using a blend of the hot and sweet sauces, both of which are of the vinegary variety.

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