Pretty massage studio offering personalized services designed for stress reduction, relaxation, and pain relief. Various types of body or foot massage are available. If you want someone to walk on your back or apply hot stones, you've come to the right place.
Easy to miss in a drab strip mall just outside I-285, Hae Woon Dae serves some of Atlanta's most delicious and entertaining Korean cuisine, with bulgogi beef and other meat dishes charcoal-grilled in sunken cauldrons at your own table. The pickled kimchi sides come in so many colors and flavors you're bound to find one you adore.
A sunny Korean restaurant with a la carte dining in the front room and charcoal Korean barbecue in the back room. Go for the barbecue. A variety of meats are offered, and the panchan includes a delicious fresh kimchee--salad greens dressed in chili, vinegar and sesame oil.
Restaurant specializing in Korean and Japanese fare.
Want to indulge in the goodness of Chinese food but don't eat meat? Harmony offers noodles, dumplings and moo shu vegetable wraps, all of which are tops at this minimally decorated newcomer. Stick with greenery and skip the imitation beef and fish.
Harmony is a community-oriented space that offers a variety of classes, workshops, and therapies. It also rents space for workshops and classes.
At its new location, Havana serves up all the expected Cuban staples. The black bean soup, the rice, and the sandwich are all classic excellence. Go for an empanada and gorge yourself on cheesy deliciousness, or try a batida (Cuban milkshake) if you have room.
Havana Sandwich Shop first started selling Cuban sandwiches at 2905 Buford Highway in 1976. The popular restaurant was shut down by a blaze in 2008. Owners Debbie Benedit and her son, Eddie Benedit, Jr. reopened the Cuban sandwich restaurant in July 2015.
This "core" golf course offers 27 holes, with homes only located along its outside borders.
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