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13 Roses Tattoo Parlor

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You have to get tattooed by people you trust. Well, you don't have to, but it's probably not a terrible idea. Atlantans trust and adore the artists at 13 Roses, located on the top floor of East Atlanta's iconic Flatiron building. It was voted best in Atlanta in '08, '10, and again in '11 by Creative Loafing readers.

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Located in the Glenwood Park development, the local wine shop offers approachable wines and friendly service.
529

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In the central East Atlanta spot formerly occupied by retro soul bar the Village, you'll find 529 — a tiny, smoky space that oozes cool. Despite being the size of a Manhattan apartment, there's a closed-circuit TV above the bar on which you can watch the band playing on the stage behind you. The front patio’s about as big as the performance space, with the added bonus of a pass-through to the bar and plenty of fresh air.

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A local gym off of Moreland Avenue in Ormewood Park.
Argosy

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This multilevel gastropub in East Atlanta Village is the latest venture from the Bookhouse Pub/MJQ crew. Inside, nautical references and rustic, vintage flourishes cater to the gamut of hipsters, foodies, and craft beer lovers. Prepare for a wait.
ATLast Clothing

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The T-shirt brand has become an incubator for the small Atlanta-based labels that it carries on consignment, including Lyfted, Leighterz, and Life Junkie. And its own line of affordable tees and tanks swell with "I heart ATL" pride.
The Basement

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This (literally) underground club, located below the Graveyard Tavern in East Atlanta, hosts local and touring indie rock and hip-hop shows (T.I. and Iggy Azalea once shared the stage here). The aptly named space is also home to old-school dance parties.

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The mission of CHRIS Kids is to break the cycle of abuse by healing children, strengthening families and building community. We believe that the best place for a child to be is with their own family if this is at all possible. To help make that happen, CHRIS Kids developed a range of prevention and intervention services and a reunification program that assists children in returning to live with their families. We created a no-eject summer day camp, Camp CHRIS, to help families provide structure, safety and enrichment for their children. But some kids need more and for them we offer a community based treatment alternative – a CHRIS Kids family. Over half the children who come in to our therapeutic group homes have no identified family member involved in their lives so we try to locate relatives and provide mentors to ensure lasting relationships. While living in a CHRIS Kids family children receive mental health treatment designed to help them learn how to behave responsibility at home, at school, and in the community. CHRIS Kids strengthens families and offers opportunity, hope and healing to victimized children.

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This is a cigar shop that sells premium cigars and smoking accessorie. The locaiton also has a lounge and hookah services.
Cook Out

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Founded in Greensboro in the late 1980s, Cook Out is a fixture in college towns across the Tar Heel State. (Locations exist all over nearby Kentucky, Virginia, South Carolina, and Tennessee, too.) For many college grads and transplants from the region, Cook Out triggers happy memories of late-night, Harold and Kumar-esque excursions to the drive-thru, road trips, and flashbacks to simpler, (drunker?), and freer times. The menu is similar to a spread you might find at a friendly, backyard, you guessed it, cook out. Burgers, hotdogs, barbecue sandwiches. There’s a section of char-grilled chicken sandwiches, densely breaded chicken strips, reminiscent of those found in a high school cafeteria (in a good way), and wraps. Another draw is the restaurant’s menu of more than 40 milkshakes.
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