Emeril ventures to Atlanta to sample some classic Southern food and hospitality. He stops by Mary Mac's Tea Room, where spicy Cajun shrimp and grits complemented with an irresistible backrub from Mary Mac's "ambassador" have been bringing back customers for nearly 70 years. Emeril then visits the Busy Bee Cafe, one of Dr. Martin Luther King's favorite restaurants in his hometown, and indulges in the moist and crispy goodness of the Busy Bee's "beelicious" fried chicken. Then he heads to Atlanta's longest-running restaurant: Horseradish Grill. With ingredients from the restaurant's own organic garden, the chef makes Emeril a plate of braised greens and fried green tomatoes. Emeril revels in the simplicity of one of its signature dishes, char-grilled Georgia mountain trout.