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A good alternative to greasy fast foods, Zesto offers healthier meals, such as a perfectly cooked tuna steak. Fresh salads also distance the restaurant from other fast food joints. The popular Greek salad comes with mouth-watering feta, pepperoncini, and black olives. If you want more fat in your diet, try their heavenly soft-serve ice cream or the typical fast food fare of burgers and fries.
Quirky Mediterranean restaurant and spot for residents on the neighborhood's eastern edge to sip a glass of wine.
The Zion Hill Community Development Corporation is a community service organization that grew from the Zion Hill Baptist Church.
The family-owned restaurant has held steady, surviving many changes near Midtown's most iconic corner. You'll find authentic Mexican fare, award-winning margaritas, and good people-watching on the patio.
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The zoo houses more than 1,400 animals, including elephants, Sumatran tigers, black rhinos, zebras, and Chantek, the first orangutan to use sign language. And did we mention pandas?
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Contemporary art from African-American artists, with rotating exhibitions, artists talks, and an art education program that helps novice collectors learn how to navigate the art appreciation and purchasing process.
This sushi restaurant (whose name means "strong horse") is all about coolness. It's got the late hours and modern decor that should appeal to the Armani crowd. Even though the strictly sushi and sashimi bar is a bit claustrophobic, the chef is friendly and the sushi, for the most part, is first-rate. The pricey otoro is worth the money, as the fatty tuna belly just about dissolves in your mouth. Unagi, smoked eel, is another dish where you can't go wrong.
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