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Augustine's

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This neighborhood gastropub built in a refurbished filling station formerly known as Young Augustine's is a neighborhood favorite for its vast beer selection, laid-back atmosphere, and oh-so-sweet menu offerings, including the short rib grilled cheese and pimento cheese BLT sandwiches.
The Bookhouse Pub

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This literary-themed pub channels Twin Peaks and is a popular stop on the way to or from clubbing. Expect seasonal beers, quality cocktails, and creative tavern fare.
Brewhouse Cafe

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This Moreland Avenue spot in Little Five Points is a prime hangout thanks to its expansive patio and menu of English-style pub food. It's also a destination of choice for fans of English Premier League soccer matches (and opens earlier on Saturdays and Sundays for viewing parties during the season).
The Cheetah

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The city's top high-end strip club stresses the "gentleman" part of "gentleman's club" more than most local clubs. It's handsomely appointed and stocked with attractive dancers, as you'd expect, and also features Alluvia, a fine-dining restaurant that allows you to enjoy pan-seared salmon while admiring the scenery.
Five40 Kitchen and Social House

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International and Southern inspired tapas with locally sourced ingredients from Chef Bhavesh Patel, formerly of Spice Market and Table 1280. World class dining in a casual setting in Kennesaw.
Hand in Hand

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This British-style watering hole is the perfect place to stop for a pint and a plate of fish and chips or bangers and mash. The roomy patio makes it a prime Virginia-Highland destination for outdoor dining and drinking.
The Righteous Room

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This Poncey-Highland institution next to the Plaza Theatre oozes comfortable hole-in-the-wall atmosphere. Its small outdoor patio, satisfying bar-food menu and killer old-school jukebox make it a quintessential hangout, although quiet conversation can be hard to come by. There's also a cozy, semi-private seating area in the back.

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What could tempt you to patronize the well-known chain's Dunwoody location more than the others? How about 100 draft beers and nearly 300 other brands in the bottle (some of which we can't even pronounce)?
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