America’s chain restaurants set you up for the same expectations, the same food everywhere you go. Why not check out a uniquely Georgian culinary experience while taking a bite out of the Big Peach? If you’re in the South, you should definitely pick up some soul food, and Atlanta’s “Soul Food Kitchen” is the Busy Bee. Open since 1947, you’ll get a choice of two veggies (try the collard greens) and cornbread muffin or dinner roll (and here, I’d say muffin). You also get tea with free refills. Down home cooking includes smothered or oven roasted chicken, pork chops, ribs, oxtail, ham hock, chitlins, and chicken and waffles. There’s fish and shrimp as well, and you can top everything off with the peach or blackberry cobbler.