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Apache Cafe

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Eclectic venue for hip-hop, spoken-word poetry, and up-and-coming soul artists. Home to Wednesday night jam sessions featuring a live band and open mic for vocalists to join in. Street parking available.

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Cafe Mims is the latest spot to capitalize on the need for speedy lunchtime fare. The food, overseen by Livingston's executive chef Gary Mennie, is made fresh daily and pre-packaged so you can grab and go. The cafe opens early so you can pop in for some coffee and one of the homemade baked goods, such as the trio of mini bear claws filled with blueberries, cheese and almond paste. Sandwiches are the best thing the cafe has to offer at lunchtime.

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The mostly walk-up Midtown business-casual crowd has made this little spot a destination. Sandwiches with Successories-type monikers Motivation and Inspiration as well as personal pizzas are the main offerings here, accompanied by standard sides of coleslaw, pasta salad and the like. The positive vibes are paying off -- the place is always packed.

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A classic neighborhood joint known for its burgers.
Cypress Street Pint & Plate

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With 14 beers on tap, 40 bottled selections, and a fully stocked selection of wine and spirits, Cypress has become a local favorite neighborhood haunt for beer lovers.
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.
F.R.O.G.S. Cantina

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

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Cheap beer, pool tables, and fried food are the pillars of this dingy Midtown strip mall dive. Conveniently located next to Landmark Midtown, this is the perfect place to throw back a few after catching a flick on a Friday night.

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Big tapas joint with loads of Latin atmosphere. Great for big parties and celebrations.
MetroFresh

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Mitchell Anderson opened MetroFresh after a stint at Souper Jenny's in Buckhead. Here, you'll find hearty soups and sandwiches, along with salads, pastas, and a few more complicated entrees from time to time. A couple of specials are posted daily. You can eat in, but the food is ideal for carryout, since it's simple.

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Pick up something to go from the deli case or have a seat and be prepared to be amazed. The hummus is the city's best by far. The roasted eggplant is likewise flawless. The falafel, fantastic. Entrees, like skewered lamb over seasoned rice, confront you with half a dozen flavors. Best of all, it's cheap.

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Popular student pick at Tech Square for quick, cheap, and satisfying Thai dishes.
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