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Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q to launch breakfast service in February

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q founders Jonathan and Justin Fox will launch breakfast at their Armour Yards outpost in Feb. / Photo: Sweetwater Brewing Co.

By Becca Godwin

Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q’s “Que’ Osk,” the standalone barbecue kiosk that opened in October 2016, will launch breakfast at its Armour Yards outpost beginning Feb. 19.

Fox Bros. will hold preview breakfast pop-ups at the Freedom Farmer’s Market at the Carter Center on Jan. 13, Feb. 3 and Feb. 10, with co-owners Jonathan and Justin Fox dishing up fare for those with a morning hanker for Tex-Mex.

Located at 120 Ottley Drive, near the Fox Bros. ...

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Fox Bros. named among top U.S. barbecue spots

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q was named among the top barbecue spots in the U.S. by digital entertaiment site Time Out USA./ Credit: Fox Bros.

Digital entertainment site Time Out USA has named Atlanta’s Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q one of the top barbecue spots in the nation. In this list of the best 28 places for ‘cue, Fox Bros clocked in at No. 8.  It was the only Georgia joint on the list.

The concept, founded by brothers Justin and Jonathan Fox, was called out for its “freewheeling menu,” with nods to its chicken-fried pork ribs, beef ribs, smothers tater tots, pulled-pork ...

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Exclusive: Fox Bros. Que-osk opens October 3 in Armour Yards

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Big Tex sandwichPhoto by Justin Fox Starting October 3, Atlantans will be able to enjoy their favorite Fox Bros. barbecue for lunch without driving to Candler Park. Located in a shipping container in Armour Yards at 120 Ottley Drive, the Fox Bros. Bar-B-Que Que-osk will serve a pared-down version of the original Fox Bros. menu Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. “It’s feeding an area where’s there’s not an abundant amount of food,” owner Jonathan Fox says. “It gives us the opportunity to play with some different menu items we’ve been tinkering with. There will be some ...

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Exclusive: Fox Bros. Que-osk opens October 3 in Armour Yards

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Big Tex sandwichPhoto by Justin Fox Starting October 3, Atlantans will be able to enjoy their favorite Fox Bros. barbecue for lunch without driving to Candler Park. Located in a shipping container in Armour Yards at 120 Ottley Drive, the Fox Bros. Bar-B-Que Que-osk will serve a pared-down version of the original Fox Bros. menu Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. “It’s feeding an area where’s there’s not an abundant amount of food,” owner Jonathan Fox says. “It gives us the opportunity to play with some different menu items we’ve been tinkering with. There will be some ...

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Exclusive: Fox Bros. Que-osk opens October 3 in Armour Yards

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Big Tex sandwichPhoto by Justin Fox Starting October 3, Atlantans will be able to enjoy their favorite Fox Bros. barbecue for lunch without driving to Candler Park. Located in a shipping container in Armour Yards at 120 Ottley Drive, the Fox Bros. Bar-B-Que Que-osk will serve a pared-down version of the original Fox Bros. menu Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. “It’s feeding an area where’s there’s not an abundant amount of food,” owner Jonathan Fox says. “It gives us the opportunity to play with some different menu items we’ve been tinkering with. There will be some ...

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Eat This: Fox Bros. B-B-Q “Burger”

Source: Atlanta Magazine

When brothers Jonathan and Justin Fox opened their smokehouse in 2007, they also wanted to jump on the burger bandwagon that was sweeping across Atlanta. But with no ground chuck in house to make a conventional burger, they used what they already had in the kitchen: chopped brisket, peppery bacon, rich pimento cheese, and homemade jalapeño mayo. “We were just messing around and came up with this idea of what we’d call a burger using what we could,” Jonathan says.

The brothers spent months developing the gut-busting recipe. They started with a more traditional ground brisket patty, but it took nearly ...

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Eat This: Fox Bros. B-B-Q “Burger”

Source: Atlanta Magazine

When brothers Jonathan and Justin Fox opened their smokehouse in 2007, they also wanted to jump on the burger bandwagon that was sweeping across Atlanta. But with no ground chuck in house to make a conventional burger, they used what they already had in the kitchen: chopped brisket, peppery bacon, rich pimento cheese, and homemade jalapeño mayo. “We were just messing around and came up with this idea of what we’d call a burger using what we could,” Jonathan says.

The brothers spent months developing the gut-busting recipe. They started with a more traditional ground brisket patty, but it took nearly ...

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