Southern Rockers Blackberry Smoke Share Their Favorite Things About the City Nov 5th 2010 4:04PM / by Ashley Hesseltine Blackberry Smoke is everything a Southern rock band should be: a little bit country, a lot rock 'n' roll, with the ability to bring a crowd to its feet and have them singing along with their beers in the air. This Atlanta-based band does a flawless job of channeling the classic Southern rock groups of the past such as Lynyrd Skynyrd and ZZ Top (both of which they've shared the stage with), yet bringing a modern sound to their music without ever slipping into "cheesy" country-pop-rock territory. Here's what they have to say about the city they call home: You guys all live in the Atlanta area now, but does everyone in the band hail from Georgia? Charlie Starr (guitar/vocals): Only Brit and Richard are from Georgia. The other three of us are from Florida, South Carolina and Alabama. I moved to Atlanta to find other like-minded musicians to play with. Bigger pond, more fish.What are some of your favorite Atlanta restaurants and why?Charlie: There are so many great ones, my head is spinning. Two Urban Licks: best little flash fried oysters ever. Farm Burger: eat like a pig and feel good about the fresh "farm to table" thing. Fat Matt's Rib Shack: eat a pig and feel good. R Thomas: healthy and yummy. Plus, one of the birds out front whistles the Andy Griffith Show theme song. Brit Turner (drums): Fat Matt's Rib Shack (I think they have sleeping pills in