10 Caribbean Restaurants You Have To Try When In Atlanta
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10 Caribbean Restaurants You Have To Try When In Atlanta

Cuisine , georgia , Atlanta , United States , the caribbean
Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie Oct 28, 2020

Atlanta is truly the melting pot of the south. From culture to entertainment to food, there is so much to see, do and eat in The Big Peach. 

This bustling southern city is also great when it comes to Caribbean food. Whether you’re into jerk chicken, roti or curious about  West Indian food, Atlanta has plenty to choose from. 

Here are 10 Caribbean restaurants you must try when in Atlanta.

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This restaurant also doubles as a lounge and offers the ideal Caribbean dining experience. The mango chicken roasted jerk chicken plate and Pina colada-glazed shrimp skewers are impeccable. 

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Head to Brookwood Hills to get a taste of authentic Jamaican food. Whether you try the jerk chicken, ackee and saltfish, fried plantain, curry goat or oxtails — you’re in for a treat.

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Located in Midtown, Negril Village is known for amazing Caribbean dishes and an upscale vibe. Try the rum-glazed jerk salmon or jerk chicken and waffles.

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Much like it’s name, this spot serves up some of the most delicious jerk chicken in Atlanta. Located in Castleberry Hill, Dat Fire Jerk Chicken is a great spot to get delicious Caribbean food for a low price.

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This isn’t your average restaurant, Scotch Bonnet Jamaican Restaurant is a no-wheels food trailer located at the corner of County Line Road in south Fulton County. When dining here, you have to try the jerk lamb!

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Jamrock has multiple locations in Atlanta and has established itself as one of the best Caribbean spots in the city. From the Caribbean inspired sandwiches to the curry shrimp and stew chicken meals, Jamrock is an ATL staple. 

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Located in the Old Fourth Ward, this eatery serves up delicious curry, jerk and escovitch. The rice and peas and roti are also delicious choices.

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Mango’s is great for when you’re craving pasta pasta or callaloo. From Thursday through Sunday you can satisfy your late night cravings at this yummy spot. 

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Oxtail Plate & Curry Goat Plate

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This takeout spot is perfect for vegetarians and vegas craving Caribbean food. They also have amazing meat choices such as oxtail and beef ribs. 

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Curry 🍤😋😋 !!!!! #curryshrimp

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Enjoy a taste of Haiti in this Cascade Heights restaurants. The menu boasts dishes inspired by Haiti, Jamaica, Trinidad and the Bahamas. The Port-Au-Prince Red Snapper is a must when eating at Spice House. 

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