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Market Across the Street

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Once a neighborhood market, always a neighborhood market. This storefront’s history dates back to 1926, when it provided essential groceries for nearby residents. Nowadays, that includes delicious homemade baked goods, coffee, sandwiches, treats for your pets, in-a-fix toiletries, lighters, cigs and more.

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Settled in the Ponce City Market, this restaurant offers regionally-inspired dishes including seasoned meat kebabs, freshly made hummus and tahini, a variety of regional spices and cheeses, and fresh pita bread made daily.
Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site

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This strip of destinations along Auburn Avenue provides a variety of ways to learn about the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and legacy. At the birth home, tour guides give insights into King's younger years and the discipline that led to his success as a speaker and scholar. At the King Center, historical artifacts and roundtable talks carry his work into the future. Even a nighttime visit to the area should include a stop at King's tomb and eternal flame to pay respects.

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Named for the civil rights leader whose birth home is only a stones throw away, the rec. center offers activities for teens through seniors. The nearby natatorium was recently closed due to structural defects.
The Masquerade

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This former mill hosts a variety of events, from punk and heavy-metal shows to goth and retro nights. The venue features three music rooms (Heaven, Hell and Purgatory), and the Masquerade Music Park, an outdoor space for music festivals and other events.
Minero

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Acclaimed Charleston, S.C., chef Sean Brock chose Atlanta for the second location of his taco joint. Named for the Spanish word for "miner," Minero highlights traditional Mexican flavors with chilaquiles, various street food-style tacos, and more.
Miso Izakaya

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The menu of small plates at this Japanese pub, almost all $5-$10, begs exploration and encourages sharing among friends. Miso's menu spans a variety of mini-genres: Japanese standards, Mantou-style steamed buns, fusion-y salads, Chinese veggie dishes, Korea-by-way-of-Japan grilled meats, and typical sushi bar maki. Great cocktails.

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Full-service car wash and lube center. Former location of Cactus Car Wash.
Mother

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Beep Beep Gallery's Mark Basehore and James McConnell joined forces with two Brooklynites to open this gastropub. The back patio is an excellent place to hang out, if you can elbow your way through the crowded bar area and find a table. Regular DJ nights and dinner specials, including $2 tacos, tequila shots, and Tecates on Tuesdays.
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