BBQ and especially ribs deserve more attention. PointsGuy is right that it's underrated.
This place is coming off a rough winter with the Covid and all, but hopefully baseball season for 2021 goes as planned and it recovers the business. It's primarily a brewpub and showcase for the popular Terrapin bews (POG, Hopsecutioner, etc.) from the Bulldog country of Athens.
But the Fox Bros. BBQ deserves more attention, and if you splash out for the ribs you won't regret it. Tender, pinkish, easily separated from the bone, and right up there with Jim & Nick's if not slightly better. Would be competitive even in a tough market like Kansas City. The $26.50 rib combo includes 6 or 7 bones, another meat and two sides, and even though I'm north of 200 lbs. I've never been able to eat all of it in one sitting. Would be good for 2 people sharing. The quarter chicken is a good choice for the other meat, and next time I'll try the brisket. Have also tried the smoked wings and they're good. The sauce is in squirt bottles on the side and, like many places, it looks like secret recipe that people flip for or don't. I'm not too crazy about, but it's the excellent meats that really do it for me here.
All my visits have been outside baseball-game days and I wouldn't go near it on a game day unless going to the game. It's a good place to go even outside of game days because the first 3 hours of deck parking is free all over the Battery if there's no game (or at least has been every time I've gone there) and it's a pretty good pedestrian environment with lots of other places to eat and drink and some notable shops, most usefully Waterloo Sunset (one of the best independent record stores in all Atlanta). Terrapin Taproom also is not bad for hanging out when it's warm enough to open the sidewalk tables, and there are plenty of TVs if something like college football or The Masters is on.
To top it off, it's very easy to access the whole area from topside I-285, especially if headed west. Just take the I-75 exit as if going south (toward Atlanta) but get in the right lane and take the Cobb Parkway (U.S. 41) exit instead. Then it's just a right turn onto Cobb Parkway (take rightmost lane as if going to Truist Park) and another right into the Battery and your choice of parking decks. Reverse the process to get back onto I-285. Also easy to get there via I-75 and the Windy Hill exit and Circle 75 parkway.