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Suffering from "upscale comfort food fatigue," Jesse Hirsch heads to Auntie April's Chicken and Waffles (4618 Third Street) for "a mountain of peppery grits, rivers of butter trickling down the sides." He's bewitched by fried catfish for breakfast and everything but chicken and waffles (spoiled for him by "tony restaurants"): from oxtail that "shimmied off the bone into its own gravy pool" to "gooey, decadent mac and cheese." [Examiner]