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Brookhaven's neighborhood pizza joint. Try an Italian hero sub sandwich — the Julius Caesar has salami, pepperoni, and warm capicola.
Scrumptious dishes here satisfy meat-free diners on the prowl. Serving outlandishly tasty vegan and vegetarian food since 1994, Cafe Sunflower has it all, from stir-fries and sandwiches to vegan desserts.
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.
If Persian cuisine is unfamiliar to you, this cool and comfortable Sandy Springs restaurant provides a friendly introduction. Some flavors, like the sauteed eggplant appetizer, may be too rich for some palates, but the musto-khiar cucumber-yogurt dip is cool and refreshing, and the kebabs will mostly satisfy one's cravings for grilled beef, chicken, shrimp and particularly lamb. The complimentary flatbreads -- warm, chewy and flaky on the outside -- are a highlight. $-$$ ($5-$15)
A branch of the popular north Atlanta barbecue joint serves beef, pork, chicken and turkey.
Brazilian churrascaria provides an all-you-can-eat assortment of traditional Brazilian cuts of meat, a cold bar, a hot bar, and some desserts for $9.99 during the week and $10.99 on the weekends. Be sure to try the picanha (the most famous cut of beef from Brazil), beef tenderloin, and the crunchy romaine with the lip-puckering Italian dressing that doesn't resemble anything you'd get out of a bottle. The desserts, such as the creamy flan and passion fruit custard, are made from scratch every day.
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