Soul Food: An Atlanta tradition since 1967, this restaurant is pure Atlanta. From the Southern hospitality to the down-home decor to the diverse array of regular customers, Pittypat's offers local color at its best. Enjoy all of the Southern classics: mint juleps, venison pie, barbecued ribs, Savannah crab cakes and homemade bread. Every dish is prepared using classic recipes and the finest ingredients. There is no need to worry about portion size--all entrees are served with home-made bread, Aunt Pittypat's Southern Salad Sideboard and southern sides. Staffers who look like they just stepped off the set of "Gone With The Wind" will make sure y'all come back again and again.
Local Expert Lesli Peterson Says:
Soul Food: "Pittypat's Porch was named after Scarlett O'Hara's aunt in the film, "Gone with the Wind" because of the notoriety it ensued and the aunt's graciousness toward Scarlett, Melanie and other visitors, especially on her grand porch."
Best for Soul Food Because: The staff's energy and willingness to create a great place to eat with a unique southern atmosphere has made Pittypat's Porch an Atlanta Institution.
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