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Open five days a week for lunch and every night for dinner, Altobeli's Italian Restaurant and Piano Bar serves up made-from-scratch Italian cuisine to tempt and titillate the palates of its enthusiastic patrons. The menu offers a variety of appetizer selections which include tender fried calamari, fresh sliced roma tomoatoes teamed with mozzarella, basil and olive oil, not to mention our succulent escargot baked with garlic butter and wine. And whether you prefer veal, chicken, beef, pasta or seafood, there are enough entree choices to ensure there's something for everyone from steak lovers to vegetarians. For music enthusiasts, Atlanta's own Randy Barnes entertains every Friday and Saturday night beginning at 7:30 p.m. with easy-listening classics followed by a variety of vocalists who perform everything from current Broadway hits to Garth Brooks. There is also a two-hour show each Thursday beginning at 8 p.m. featuring the talents of Kathe' Kelner and Adam Patterson. SO, if you're ready for a full night out or just a few cocktails and a song, we're waiting for you here at Altobeli's Restaurant and Piano Bar.
Antica Posta

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The Buckhead glitz factor is down at this Old World Italian eatery serving Tuscan specialties such as crostini with duck ragu and superior pastas. Service and comforts are first-rate, making this a special-occasion destination as well as a place to enjoy the kind of Italian food served in Italy, not New York.
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What could be better than inexpensive, freshly made food delivered quickly, served in normal portions that aren't drowning in sauce? Regulars -- and one gets the feeling that nearly everyone here is -- get giddy over the specialty of the house, garlic knots. There's nothing cutting edge about the pastas and entrees, but that isn't what Pasta Vino is about. Cash only.

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A Buckhead port-of-call worth the modestly priced ticket, this younger sister to popular Toulouse is notable for seafood, unusually astute wine-advice and a soft-focus attitude that belies the care lavished on favored customers. The Mediterranean and American cooking has its ups (steamed mussels with lemon grass, steak with mac-and-Asiago) and downs (entree pastas, veal). Reservations honored.
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