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Big Jones Review

Even if you weren't raised by a Southern grandmother, the heirloom cooking at this Andersonville restaurant will make you feel right at home. A parlorlike backdrop sets the scene for chef-owner Paul Fehribach's contemporary American takes on classic Southern dishes. The menu revives century-old recipes scrupulously sourced from historical cookbooks from New Orleans to Appalachia and re-creates them with high-quality, sustainable ingredients. Brunch is particularly special here, served with complimentary beignets for an extra touch of Southern hospitality.

Updated: 06-11-2013

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