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The second location of Lis Hernandez's Sweet Auburn Market stall dishes out Venezuelan comfort food, namely arepas –grilled cornmeal flour cakes packed with shredded meats and toppings. The Decatur outpost boasts an expanded menu, Sunday brunch service, and a liquor license.
Better Half

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Better Half is the brick-and-mortar restaurant from PushStart Kitchen's Cristina and Zach Meloy. The eatery offers imaginative, Latin American-inspired cuisine, plus an eye-catching wall mural painted by chef Zach. The dining experience can be a little uneven, worth noting since the prices are relatively steep.
El Super Pan

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El Super Pan is chef Hector Santiago's Latin sandwich shop in Ponce City Market. Expect Santiago's famed pork belly stuffed coconut buns, baked guava shortbread cookies, and pressed sandwiches, such as the medio dia (crispy pork skin, adobo-roasted pork, clove ham, chayote pickles, Swiss cheese, and a pineapple-habanero mustard).
La Fonda Latina - Candler Park

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Tropical color schemes and upbeat salsa music never fail to raise spirits. Count on La Fonda for inexpensive fare inspired by a melting pot of Latin influences. The pork chops, Cuban Reuben sandwich and big, generous quesadillas also satisfy.

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Peruvian-style rotisseries chicken served as this restaurant in Decatur.

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Need another excuse to get off work early? One taste of Mi Pilon's primarily Dominican cuisine and you'll try to get away just to make it to the restaurant before its 8 p.m. closing time. With a comfortable atmosphere, you'll feel free to sit back and pig out on diet-crushing empanadas, succulent pork in all its forms, savory mofongo, and powerful camarones ajillo (shrimp with garlic butter). With generous portions for a small price, you won't regret missing that last hour of work.
Minero

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Acclaimed Charleston, S.C., chef Sean Brock chose Atlanta for the second location of his taco joint. Named for the Spanish word for "miner," Minero highlights traditional Mexican flavors with chilaquiles, various street food-style tacos, and more.
Presto Latin Restaurant

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The best way to know a region is through its cuisine, and Presto Latin Restaurant offers an impressive array of selections. Menu items include the delectable Bandeja platter, numerous seafood dishes, and obscenely cheap specials.
Rincon Latino

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Stop by this Salvadoran restaurant for pupusas, a specialty from El Salvador. They are made of corn and often filled with cheese and meats. Outstanding flavor for only a couple of bucks.
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