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This cave-like underground bar is located below Pizzeria Vesuvius. A wide flight of stairs ushers you into a moderate-size venue that features live music and DJs.
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Thumbs Up is a breakfast joint whose weekend waits are worth braving. Nutty whole wheat biscuits and nicely composed egg scrambles are served to one of the town's most wonderfully integrated dining crowds. Prepare to wait on the weekends, as the whole neighborhood seems to descend here to recover from their sins at Sister Louisa's Church.
Ponce City Market's first alcohol retailer houses 56 varieties of beer and wine on tap. Patrons can choose to take libations home in growlers and crowlers (a one-use 32-ounce growler can) or take their pick of bottled beverages.
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This aptly named event space, located just off the Beltline in Old Fourth Ward, hosts a variety of comedy shows, along with the odd hip-hop show or other event. A selection of drinks is usually available for a small donation.
Travel back in time at this cocktail-focused concept from the team behind The Pinewood. Expect classic American cuisine prepared and served with a retro-modern sensibility.
Guy Wong's long-awaited Ponce City Market ramen shop has opened. The brief menu includes a handful of appetizers such as gyoza dumplings and edamame and four types of ramen. There is also a section with ramen add-ons like extra noodles, pork, or chili paste.
Truly Living Well is a nonprofit urban farm located near the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site in Old Fourth Ward. Atlanta local food advocate K. Rashid Nuri founded Truly Living Well in 2006 to increase access to fresh foods in urban areas. TLW also offers programming and other initiatives aimed at providing healthy food, agricultural education, and job creation within the community.
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