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The tiny, shacklike entrance reveals an eclectic and loyal late-night crowd. Music at this underground clubber’s club ranges from hip-hop and Brit-pop to downtempo and rare grooves. The dim basement space feels like the most happenin’ speakeasy in town.
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A staple of Atlanta's EDM nightlife scene. Seating is at a premium, but then again, you come here to dance -- to trap, drum and bass, dub step, electro, house and more.
This Castellucci Hospitality Group restaurant offers up Basque cuisine. Located between France and Spain, the Basque region draws equally on both nation's culinary traditions. The menu consists of smaller, tapas-style dishes and larger racciones, created by Landon Thompson, from the restaurant group's other outpost, the Iberian Pig.
It’s not a traditional red lantern that marks this “place of sake” (a loose definition of “izakaya”), but rather Craft’s lively, walk-up bar that opens to the food-court-like interior of Krog Street Market. Inspired by a Japanese public house, Craft’s menu is divided into categories — steamed, fried, grilled, or raw — and is illustrated with vibrant, true-to-life photos of the food. Everything is meant to be mixed and matched and shared. Most nights the sushi bar is packed with fans awaiting chef Jey Oh’s super fresh seafood creations.
Owner Giovanni DiPalma seemingly appeared out of nowhere a few years ago and turned a nondescript building into a Neapolitan pizza mecca. Antico Pizza’s Naples-style pie is made with imported Italian ingredients in three Acunto ovens, also from Italy. If you like meat, order the San Gennaro. The Margherita here is just as impressive as its sausage-, pepper-, and onion-laden brethren. The pizzeria is just one part of DiPalma’s growing “Little Italy” empire that includes a rotisserie chicken place, sandwich and gelato nook, Italian market, and limoncello bar all on the same corner.