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American restaurant staple.

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Lounge and night club. Hip hop, R&B, dance, and Top-40 music.
Haven

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Haven boasts quite the wine list and library. The dark wood walls create an intimate atmosphere, and make sure to check out the desserts, which include a sticky toffee pudding with poached pears.

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Holeman and Finch's famous burgers make an appearance at Ponce City Market, and the outcome is delectable. The restaurant serves its famous double patty beef burgers, complete with gooey cheese, hot fries, and all the trimmings.
Highland Bakery - Emory

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Milling its own flour from chemical-free grain is the cornerstone to this bakery's success. With signature whole-grain breads (white breads are available on request), you can stop worrying about preservatives in your food when you dive into an egg-and-cheese breakfast sandwich or one of the 18 lunch sandwiches. Also a comfort to any Southerner's heart, grits served here are stone-ground on the premises and can be bought to take home. Multiple locations around town.
Highland Bakery - Old Fourth Ward

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Milling its own flour from chemical-free grain is the cornerstone to this bakery's success. With signature whole-grain breads (white breads are available on request), you can stop worrying about preservatives in your food when you dive into an egg-and-cheese breakfast sandwich or one of the seven lunch sandwiches. Also a comfort to any Southerner's heart, grits served here are stone-ground on the premises and can be bought to take home.
Highland Tap

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Looking to drink yourself under the table under the city? Since the late 1980s, this subterranean restaurant billing itself as Virginia-Highland's oldest steakhouse has churned out what are considered some of Atlanta's best martinis (they come with a "sidecar" — a little extra shot of booze).
Home Grown

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Home grown is a picturesque illustration of its straightforward aspirations and its eclectic Reynoldstown neighborhood. Most of what is served is grown by local farmers; therefore, the menu is short and changes daily, depending on what’s available. Simple Southern classics, however, such as a fried pork chop with gravy, are almost always available. For sides, be sure to order the creamed corn, fried green tomatoes, or other fresh local vegetables. Breakfast items include flaky biscuits with the standard egg/meat/cheese combinations and other soul-lifting eats. All the lunch entrees are available as the "blue collar lunch plate," which includes a side and a drink. Home grown is an evolution, for locavorism, for Reynoldstown and for Atlanta.

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There's one in every city. This is the Atlanta Hooters.
Hop's Chicken

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Chef Linton Hopkins is at it again with his American style, bringing classic home cooking to Ponce City Market. Beyond his burger exploits, Hopkins' famous fried chicken has emerged as a contender for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Enjoy hot chicken biscuits in the morning, crispy fried chicken breasts for lunch, or a fresh chicken bucket or sandwich at dinner.
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