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Sean's Harvest Market - Midtown

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The second outpost of the health-conscious lunch joint offers grab-and-go sandwiches, smoothies, homemade soups, and more. Expect a focus on fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Since opening in 2013, Sean's original Morningside walkup location in Amsterdam Walk quickly became known for its variety of fruits, veggies, fresh-baked breads, and desserts on offer.

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Home of three venue spaces: QUAD, Center, and Annex.

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It's dark and loud and, in the words of the owners, "a place to drink, dance, shoot pool, hook up, act a fool, ..." You get the gist.

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The progressive church - it's the one with the red doors at the corner of Peachtree and Fifth - is well known for its missions and outreach.

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Part of the Here to Serve restaurant group. Perhaps best known for its rooftop bar near the corner of 14th Street and Peachtree Road.
SIP the Experience

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French-press coffee, loose-leaf tea, free Internet, and a limited wine selection in the Lindbergh City Center development (adjacent to the MARTA station).

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Sushi restaurant and lounge. Menu also includes IndoChine, Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean cuisine.

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Voted one of the top 100 nightclubs in the country by Nightclub & Bar magazine. Its three bars, outdoor patio, and DJs draws a sexy, stylish crowd.

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Located within the Loews Hotel in Midtown, Saltwood combines locally sourced philosophies with French culinary traditions. The 190-seat restaurant (with 20-seat patio) also offers a charcuterie station, chef’s table, communal tables, mismatched seating, handcrafted cocktails, and local beers.

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Located at First Presbyterian Church, this counseling center offers free support groups for parents of children with developmental differences and people living with depression or cancer, among other services.
Savannah College of Art and Design - Atlanta

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The private school, considered by some to be the country's largest arts school, continues to grow.
SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion and Film

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Who better to celebrate fashion than SCAD Atlanta? With exhibitions about filmmakers and fashion designers, like Oscar de La Renta, SCAD FASH aims to be a creative resource for visitors. With SCAD's strong ties to the fashion industry, every exhibition should be more fab than the next.
Scarlett Loves Rhettro

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The hip store is chock-full of pop-culture artifacts and funky clothing rescued from salvage yards and estate sales. Owners, who say they're willing to cut a deal now and then, claim frequent customers that include Tyler Perry's production company.

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