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Tavern with patio across from Piedmont Park. Prime spot for burgers, brunch, or cocktails.
5 Seasons Brewing Company - Westside

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With a beer selection wide enough to please anyone from a keg-standing frat boy to a true connoisseur, 5 Seasons Brewing Company serves up passionately crafted, in-house brews that give you plenty of bang for only a few bucks.
Atmosphère

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Quaint French bistro in Ansley Park neighborhood.
Eats

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Comfy no-frills Atlanta mainstay with eclectic menu of home-style staples like barbecued chicken, fettucine Alfredo, and lots of veggies.
Ormsby's

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Located on the ever-expanding Westside, Ormsby's is a favorite of locals looking for an extensive craft beer list and a unique gastropub menu. There's also a downstairs game room with bocce ball, shuffleboard, billiards and more.
Six Feet Under - Grant Park

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The paneled Southern seafood shack decor works (think wooden booths, long tables, a horseshoe bar). And so does the food. Shrimp, crab cakes, oysters, crab legs, clams, scallops, mussels, catfish and po'boys are all fresh and tasty. All in all, Six Feet Under fills the gap of the disappearing inexpensive seafood shack.
Stone Soup Kitchen

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Named after the folktale about community members coming together to help travelers make the tastiest soup imaginable out of simple rocks, the quaint breakfast and lunch joint north of I-20 offers scrambles, biscuits, and every other tasty combination you can imagine.

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The original location of this local chain is a friendly, if smoky, hangout offering beer, burgers, billiards and even a flatiron steak, if you're so inclined.
H. Harper Station

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H. Harper Station bills itself as a “modern watering hole.” The cocktail menu is divided by liquor choice, and with more than 40 selections, can be a tad overwhelming. H. Harper is part neighborhood bar, part upscale restaurant, and part old train station along a still-sketchy stretch of Memorial Drive.
Dakota Blue

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Located in one of Grant Park's few commercial strips, this affordable restaurant offers a tasty, simple brunch menu. Also: sidewalk dining.
Elmyr

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This Little Five hangout serves burritos, quesadillas, and other Mexican favorites, with a heaping side of atmosphere and character. It's also a prime drinking spot, with plenty of beer (appropriate to the hipster-leaning environs, Pabst Blue Ribbon is available by bottle, can and tap), margaritas and specialty concoctions. It's a great place to grab a bite and a buzz before or after a show at Variety Playhouse.
F.R.O.G.S. Cantina

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Gay-friendly go-to for cocktails, patio time, and Southwestern fare.
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