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Bagel Palace Deli and Bakery

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A kosher-style deli that's not actually kosher, Bagel Palace, ensconced in the Toco Hills Shopping Center, serves overstuffed sandwiches big enough to split, breakfast all day, traditional soups, and of course, bagels. There's also a bevy of baked goods.
Chef Liu

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Chef Liu’s newer location is relatively larger than the old shack that made it so famous. There still isn’t much in the way of decor, but the ambiance is inviting. The menu has grown to a full four pages of Chinese specialties built on a foundation of core dishes that made the former location a hot spot.
Cafe Intermezzo - Dunwoody

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The Buckhead mainstay — and its overwhelming dessert case — has fans in Dunwoody. Modeled after a Viennese coffeehouse, the cafe also offers alcoholic beverages and international lunch and dinner items. Perfect spot for lunch dates or losing yourself in a book.

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Classic pho house with many options.

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An honest-to-goodness Main Street small-town cafeteria with delicious homey food at unbelievably low prices. The roast turkey is really roast turkey, not processed turkey roll.
Bistro New York

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This Korean-owned bistro aims to provide pragmatic eats in large portions for breakfast and lunch. Think cheese-and-egg croissants and fried chicken with collard greens and squash casserole. For dinner, the menu is more upscale with Korean fare such as the seafood pancake -- a large round of fluffy egg batter stuffed full of octopus, shrimp, abalone and clams. As an added bonus, there are several private rooms for karaoke where one can sing "Love Me Tender" in Korean until 5 a.m.
El Rey del Taco

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There are three components that make a taco superb: the tortillas, the filling, and the salsa. El Rey de Taco gets them all right. Pat yourself on the back if you're lucky enough to catch one of the tortilla mavens making handmade tortillas that emanate the unmistakable smell of fresh masa. When it comes to tacos, the chivo (goat) and cabeza (beef cheeks) are standouts, and the salsas – although limited – are pure picante perfection. A chilled glass of horchata (a drink made with cinnamon, rice, milk, and other ingredients) is a refreshing addition to your meal.

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This chain is celebrated for its authentic, low-priced Mexican fare.
El Taco Veloz - Doraville

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If you're looking for baby-mild tacos or chichi surroundings, turn the car around and head right back to Midtown. El Taco Veloz serves up the real deal, albeit in dingy surroundings. A better beef-tongue taco would be nearly impossible to find, as would a creamier, more satisfying bean burrito. The barbacoa is extraordinary, whether rolled into a soft, steamed corn tortilla or packed into a flour one. Tacos are irresistible snacks whose $1.69 price tag makes sampling the whole lot easy. Eating one of the massive burritos feels a bit like making out with food, with habanero salsa providing a crowning, thrilling burn.
The Kosher Gourmet

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The Kosher Gourmet serves as a supermarket, bakery, and deli specializing in glatt-kosher meats under the supervision of the Atlanta Kashruth Commission. You can find anything from challah and bagels to gefilte fish and chicken so good even your bubbie would shep nachas.
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