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Come join the fun at Dat Fire Jerk Chicken!
Whether you're looking for a classic Jamaican favorite or something new and exciting, we have just what you need. Our friendly staff are always on hand to help you navigate the menu, answer your questions, and make sure that your experience with us is one to remember. So whether you're looking for a quick lunch, a dinner for your family or catering for an event, come and join us at Dat Fire Jerk Chicken. We can't wait to share our love of Jamaican cuisine with you!
Home of the “Original” Jerk Cheese Fries
At the heart of our menu are our family recipes, which have been handed down through generations and are steeped in the cultural history of Jamaica. We take great care to preserve the authenticity of these dishes, while also incorporating new techniques and ingredients to elevate the flavors.
Whether you’re in the mood for brown stew chicken, a flavorful and juicy jerk chicken, a savory side like plantains, or wanting to taste our more adventurous takes like our signature jerk cheese fries or jerk tacos, our menu has something for everyone.
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Dat Fire's Catering
Planning a party or event? Check out our catering services and menu options!
Kick your next event up a notch with Dat Fire Jerk Chicken! You and your guests will be talking about this flavorful experience long after the party is over. Treat their mouths to traditional Jamaican cooking that'll have them talking!
We are ready to serve you with our traditional Jamaican dishes like our signature jerk chicken, escovitch fish, and melt in your mouth oxtails.Book Now
Chef Jay's path to restauranteur began unexpectedly when he stumbled upon an abandoned building near his alma mater, Clark Atlanta University. Knowing he had something special to offer the restaurant industry, and with his prior experience, he decided to take a leap of faith and transform the space into a thriving eatery.
To bring his vision to life, Chef Jay reached out to his father "pops" in Jamaica, who had previously opened up the first Jamaican restaurant in Los Angeles back in the 70s. Together, they established Dat Fire Jerk Chicken, a restaurant that combined traditional Jamaican flavors with Chef Jay's own special twist.Learn More