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Thai restaurant with expansive menu of curries, noodle dishes and other standards. This is their location that serves booze and sushi.

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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.
The Pecan

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Located in Historic College Park 15 minutes south of downtown Atlanta, the Pecan is known for refined Southern fare served in a casual, small town setting. Helmed by Buckhead Life alum chef Tony Morrow, expect dishes like Gulf shrimp cocktail, oven roasted pecan chicken, and fried catfish served with cheesy grits and collard greens.
Lov'n It Live

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A no-compromises raw-food vegan restaurant that makes creative use of nuts, grains and juices. Don't expect fast food.

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Steaks, seafood and fresh desserts.

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Gastropub in a quaint former house serves up British food and beers in a casual setting. Live music on weekends.
One Flew South

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It bills itself as the first upscale dining experience in the world's busiest airport -- and it delivers, offering a melt-in-your mouth pulled duck sandwich, trout croquettes and a lively cocktail selection. It's a good reason to leave town. The restaurant is located behind security in Concourse E, so you'll have to catch this one either coming or going. $$ ($10-$20)

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A classic American steakhouse near the airport.
Taqueria la Oaxaqueña

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Dining at Taqueria La Oaxaquena used to sometimes be difficult because of the limited seating. But the restaurant has moved to an expansive new location where there's plenty of seating and parking. The salsa and condiment bar is full of the same pristine choices. The sopes have the requisite qualities of greatness--a crispy crust, soft masa center and fresh toppings. And there are tacos galore. But the restaurant's famous tlayudas--a specialty of Oaxaca resembling a large pizza made with a crunchy tortilla base and topped with chewy strings of Oaxacan cheese--are impossible to pass up.

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Thai restaurant with expansive menu of curries, noodle dishes and other standards. But it's their other location that serves booze and sushi.
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