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Valenza Restaurant

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Valenza is a casual but elegant Italian restaurant. Chef Matt Swickerath focuses on using local ingredients to serve authentic Italian cuisine such as meals from spaghettini with veal and pork meatballs, bufala mozzarella, red wine, and san marzano tomato sauce to a traditional capellini with fresh tomato, basil and parmesan. If you'll do what's good for you, you'll get the bread pudding.
Varasano's Pizzeria

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Jeff Varasano, software engineer, Rubik’s cube champion, and self-made pizza guru, has a lot to live up to when his restaurant opened. Previously, Varasano had been holding pizza parties in his Buckhead home that attracted hoards of foodies, as well as the New York Times. His pizza is, for the most part, blatantly delicious. The crust is thin — crispy but not cracker-like. The bottom is kissed by a mottled black patina, which makes the chewy-to-crispy ratio just right.

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No need for awkward bar chit-chat here. Varner's has plenty of TVs and hot wings to keep your eyes and mouth occupied. Reasonably priced American bar with trivia nights, billiards and arcade games. Smokers welcome.
Varuni Napoli

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Features traditional Naples pizzas made with imported ingredients from small Italian producers and local produce along with authentic Italian wines, beers, and sodas.
Vatica

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There is no menu at Vatica. For $10.99 at dinner and $8.99 at lunch, the restaurant offers an all-you-can-eat meal on a thali, a round metal tray upon which five or six harmonious dishes are served. This isn't the usual assortment of flabby, overcooked vegetables in creamy curry sauces found in many Indian joints. This is home-style cookin' like your mama would have made, had she been from the Gujarat in Western India. The selection changes every day.

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Chic Italian trattoria that's been going strong for decades.

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Chef Nick Melvin’s long-awaited Old Fourth Ward restaurant/music venue, Venkman's, opened its doors in September 2015. The eatery is a casual neighborhood spot that boasts live music seven nights a week. Expect dishes such as celery salad with Parmesan, smoked almonds, and burnt lemon vinaigrette; pastrami-wurst with ballpark mustard and Brussels kraut on a pretzel roll; honey-roasted chicken with bread crumbs and vinaigrette; and cornbread sundaes with crème fraîche gelato, preserved peaches, and pralines for dessert.

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Giovanni di Palma, the restaurateur behind Little Italia in West Side, brings another restaurant into the fold. Hosted inside Bottega Louisa in two private rooms, the sit-down, reservation-only, will feature foods from his other restaurants as well as some creations of their own.
Verde Taqueria and Cantina

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A friendly, neighborhood cantina, Verde is great for families and friends looking for a relaxed atmosphere to have fresh food and drinks. It serves Mexican style quesadillas, tacos, and feisty margaritas on the cheap. Verde does not take reservations, but will confer with guests about private events.

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Stone-baked pizzas & pasta are served at this casual New York styled joint, offering lunch specials and patio seating.

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A neighborhood bar and grill located in Ormewood Park.

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Local pizza joint baking fresh pies daily.
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