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Daddy D'z

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The funky run-down shack is packed with crowds looking for 'cue. Blue collar, white collar and no collar at all — folks gather to dive into plates piled high with sweet, savory barbecue (beef, pork, ribs and chicken) and traditional sides.
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.

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Upscale Mexican in Atlantic Station. Entrees can be hit or miss, but the guacamole, margaritas and simpler specialties are of a far higher quality than Mexican cooking is usually afforded.

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Virginia-Highland's newest seafood joint looks like the most tasteful beach house on the block. With its small double-storefront dining room, Goin' Coastal offers a standard lineup of seafood favorites. Skip the breading-heavy gator bites and opt for the Rockefeller oysters, piled high with spinach and smoky bacon. The Lowcountry bouillabaisse with fat crab legs, plump shrimp, sweet bay scallops, and big clean-tasting mussels is infinitely sopable. For another seafood restaurant, this place sure knows how to source and cook seafood in a way that succeeds where many others fail.
La Tavola Trattoria

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Food is simple, yet creative. Extensive and reasonably priced wine list, offering a wide selection of both Italian and American wines. Covered, heated patio and indoor seating.

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24-hour dinner in downtown.
Landmark Diner - Hapeville

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Located minutes away from I-85 and close to the Atlanta Airport, the 24 hour diner serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and all hours of the day. It's like a New York diner, with hearty omelettes on the breakfast menu and turkey chopped steak on the dinner menu.
One Midtown Kitchen

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This stylish, see-and-be-seen restaurant helped catapult Bob Amick to citywide dominance.
Panita Thai Kitchen

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In a small Virginia-Highland bungalow, behind a much more imposing and vastly different Thai restaurant in Virginia-Highland, sits Panita Thai Kitchen. Service can be slow when the restaurant fills up, but only as a function of physics. While curries and noodles abound on the extensive and endearing menu, the best dishes are the less ubiquitous choices.
Parish: The Brasserie & Neighborhood Cafe

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Formerly known as Parish, the Inman Park restaurant helmed by chef Stuart Tracy, relaunched as the Brasserie & Neighborhood Café at Parish in August 2014. The Beltline-adjacent eatery at 240 N. Highland Ave. now offers simplified, familiar flavors in the form of dishes including goat cheese and beet jam on toast; corned duck leg with cabbage, potatoes, horseradish, and hazelnuts; and pistachio sausage with dijon potato salad and vinegar onions. Downstairs, the former Parish Market (branded anew as the Neighborhood Café at Parish) continues to serve coffee, breakfast pastries, sandwiches, wine, and other items. A casual patio is also available for all your relaxation needs.
South City Kitchen - Midtown

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Southern mainstays are the crowd-pleasing draw (fried chicken, shrimp and grits, fried green tomatoes) at this spot for regional cuisine. Full bar. Paid parking deck and metered street parking.
Spondivits

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Around for more than 30 years, this boisterous, no-frills seafood shack has a wrap-around bar and outdoor seating. The draw here is the steamed shrimp and lobster sold by the pound in aluminum bucket with tangy beer butter.
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