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Noni's Bar and Deli

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Though Noni's is a respectable place for Italian food during the week, it transforms into Edgewood Avenue's de facto dance party on the weekends. Come prepared to shake your ass and sweat it up. This place gets packed.
Thumbs Up Diner - Old Fourth Ward

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Thumbs Up is a breakfast joint whose weekend waits are worth braving. Nutty whole wheat biscuits and nicely composed egg scrambles are served to one of the town's most wonderfully integrated dining crowds. Prepare to wait on the weekends, as the whole neighborhood seems to descend here to recover from their sins at Sister Louisa's Church.
Highland Bakery - Old Fourth Ward

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Milling its own flour from chemical-free grain is the cornerstone to this bakery's success. With signature whole-grain breads (white breads are available on request), you can stop worrying about preservatives in your food when you dive into an egg-and-cheese breakfast sandwich or one of the seven lunch sandwiches. Also a comfort to any Southerner's heart, grits served here are stone-ground on the premises and can be bought to take home.

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What makes Jake's ice cream stand out isn't just its vibrant flavors, but its subtlety: The brown-sugar ice cream isn't gritty or cloying, but a smooth caress of your taste buds. The Chocolate Slap Yo Mama is justly celebrated, being not so much an ice cream flavor as an enhanced chocolate delivery system.
Lottafrutta

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Lottafrutta offers the Old Fourth Ward smoothies, fruit cups, popsicles, breakfast, sandwiches, and more. Build your own salad with its variety of choices from protein, cheese, fruits, seeds, and dressings.

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Picnic, owned by a small group of investors, offers fairly inexpensive "comfort food — Southern style." There are sandwiches, barbecue, salads and soups. One of the best dishes may be a sandwich made with cornmeal-battered slices of fried green tomatoes, bacon, lettuce, pimento cheese and a pepper-pear relish served on whole-wheat bread. And while the meat of the barbecue sandwich was juicy, well-seasoned and the sauce had a good kick, the bun's bottom slice arrived so soggy the sandwich could not be picked up. We blame an excess of sauce. There's free Wi-Fi here, by the way, so you can eat cheap, sip coffee and read the job listings online.
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