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Eclectic venue for hip-hop, spoken-word poetry, and up-and-coming soul artists. Home to Wednesday night jam sessions featuring a live band and open mic for vocalists to join in. Street parking available.
Located in the Westside Provisions District, this marks the Columbus, Ohio-based chain's first foray into Georgia. The shop is currently scooping 22 flavors — including the limited-edition Cloverton cheesecake, double-toasted coconut, and Loveless biscuits with peach jam. Keep an eye out for Jeni's blue food truck, Street Treats, roaming the city, as well.
This upscale accessory boutique features a collection of the designer's famous handbags, stylish shoes, and movie star-ish sunglasses, updated each season to reflect the latest fashions.
At One Eared Stag, boldness of flavor wins out above all else. The entire menu is an exercise in boldness, in defying cliché. Chef Robert Phalen comes across as more of a creative force than a perfectionist. But any inconsistency is made up for by the sheer pleasure and originality the food inspires.
The General Muir is part New York-style deli, part French brasserie from the folks at West Egg and Bocado's former chef Todd Ginsberg. Whether it’s a saucy Reuben sandwich or a simple and beautiful piece of seared trout, this restaurant near the CDC and Emory University has been a bona fide classic since it opened. Expect some serious pastrami and matzo ball soup as well as a number of exotic dishes, as well as the best poutine this city has ever seen.Don’t forget to grab a slice of cheesecake to go.