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Bankhead Seafood

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Just from looking at the shabby restaurant, you'd never know that the unattractive building houses some of the best seafood fare in the area. For only $5, "The Feast" offers a heaping helping of the menu's highlights, including mouth-watering fried fish, chicken tenders, hush puppies, coleslaw and more. Chow down on one of the platter dinners or the homemade sweet potato pie, and don't forget to sample the Louisiana hot sauce and mustard.
Blind Willie's

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A local blues, jazz, and roots institution that's been around for more than 25 years. The North Highland Avenue storefront, with its signature guitar-wielding neon alligator, has persevered through an unpredictable economy on the strength of the roots-based music that regularly fills the dimly lit room.

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Popular with locals, serves up barbecue, catfish and meat-and-three with such essential sides as beans and coleslaw.

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Triangle-shaped bakery spot serves up sandwiches alongside sweets including delicious meringues -- including lemon, cinnamon and vanilla -- cupcakes, and throwback candy like Mary Janes and taffy.

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Housed inside a renovated gas station, this is College Park's first neighborhood pub. The decor inside is East Atlanta hip, and the specialty on the menu is burgers,
Bell Street Burritos - Downtown

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Proprietor Matt Hinton began serving burritos, Tortillas-style, in 2009 and has flourished ever since. Find tacos, quesadillas, nachos, and more as well. Bell Street Burritos is located in the historic Sweet Auburn Curb Market and other metro Atlanta locations.
Buttersweet Bakery

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Friendly, retro-ish bakery offers such goodies as homemade cookies, cheesecake and muffins, as well as sandwiches and other fresh lunch fare.
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