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Watering hole with full menu in Brookwood neighborhood of Buckhead. Located across from Piedmont Hospital.
Fellini's Pizza - Buckhead

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The cheerfully scruffy pizza chain is named for the fanciful filmmaker, and the tattoos and piercings of the servers can definitely be Fellini-esque. The thick, hearty pies easily surpass any of the national chains' and their simple salads hit the spot, but the white pizza is in a class by itself, with one bite transporting you to cheese and garlic heaven.
Fellini's Pizza - Buckhead

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The cheerfully scruffy pizza chain is named for the fanciful filmmaker, and the tattoos and piercings of the servers can definitely be Fellini-esque. The thick, hearty pies easily surpass any of the national chains' and their simple salads hit the spot, but the white pizza is in a class by itself, with one bite transporting you to cheese and garlic heaven.
Green Sprout

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A vegetarian Chinese restaurant serving beef, chicken, pork and shrimp dishes all made from flour, potatoes and other meat replacements, along with typical vegetable dishes.
Restaurant Eugene

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The food at Restaurant Eugene has become brighter, bolder and more accessible. Chef Linton Hopkins is now on par with the absolute best chefs in the Southeast. Rather than choose the traditional appetizer and entree, guests are presented with a list of around 30 small plates organized under the headings of fish, vegetables, and meat & game. Hopkins' love for ingredients is front and center. The crisp kale is fried just long enough to turn the leaves into shattering chips of musky, smoky flavor with a refreshingly bitter aftertaste. Other dishes are all about showcasing the freshness of the season.
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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