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Cafe Circa

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Elegant urban setting for a menu that is kind of international and kind of Caribbean. The chocolate chicken wings are spicy, slightly hot and not too sweet. For an entree the jerk chicken with pineapple and mango salsa and side of rice and black beans will have you cleaning your plate.
Miso Izakaya

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The menu of small plates at this Japanese pub, almost all $5-$10, begs exploration and encourages sharing among friends. Miso's menu spans a variety of mini-genres: Japanese standards, Mantou-style steamed buns, fusion-y salads, Chinese veggie dishes, Korea-by-way-of-Japan grilled meats, and typical sushi bar maki. Great cocktails.

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One of those rare places that exists both for our brunching pleasure and for the good of the community. All proceeds go to ACSS (Atlanta Center for Self Sufficiency, Inc.), an organization that helps homeless men, women and veterans achieve self-sufficiency through employment readiness programs and job placement assistance. When the cafe isn't serving up some of the best brunch around, it offers meals all week long to the homeless community. Be sure to tip well -- the all-volunteer staff donates gratuities as well as time.
The Sound Table

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The Sound Table is as much a dance club as it is a restaurant. It's a showplace for some of the best DJs around, both in the downstairs dining room and next door at Space 2.

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P'cheen

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In this economy, nothing succeeds day-to-day like the formula of the neighborhood pub: good food, low prices and lots of booze. That--and quite a crowd--is what you'll find most evenings at P'cheen. There's much on the regular menu from cultures as diverse as Jamaica, the U.K. and Mexico. Vegetarians won't go hungry, either. If you're a meat eater, though, you definitely want to get to P'cheen on Monday night when the restaurant hosts "Mike's Bone Lick BBQ." The stuff beats most of the barbecue around town.
Pizzeria Vesuvius

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Located in the short-lived Bureau's location, the new restaurant features build-your-own pizzas and nine house-designed ones named after the world's volcanoes. If you're a purist looking for the perfect margherita, you won't go for this, but if you like a pub atmosphere with imaginative pizza, you'll like Vesuvius.
Serpas

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This is chef-owner Scott Serpas' first solo venture after stepping out from under the Concentrics umbrella where he worked for three years as chef at Two Urban Licks. Serpas has an upscale Southern menu, sometimes with a New Orleans twist. The restaurant itself is great on the eyes but hard on the ears when it's crowded. Reservations required for parties of eight or more.
Across the Street

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This Old Fourth Ward Mexican cantina features daily drink specials and a funky patio that overlooks Freedom Parkway and the Beltline.
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