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4th and Swift

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Located in the Southern Dairies' former engine room, 4th and Swift epitomizes industrial elegance. The Swift in the name refers to chef Jay Swift, who came to prominence as the chef at South City Kitchen. Here, he maintains his focus on Southern cooking, but with a more refined and personal touch — taste comes first, not aw-shucks gimmickry.
Across the Street

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This Old Fourth Ward Mexican cantina features daily drink specials and a funky patio that overlooks Freedom Parkway and the Beltline.

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Lottafrutta

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Lottafrutta offers the Old Fourth Ward smoothies, fruit cups, popsicles, breakfast, sandwiches, and more. Build your own salad with its variety of choices from protein, cheese, fruits, seeds, and dressings.
P'cheen

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In this economy, nothing succeeds day-to-day like the formula of the neighborhood pub: good food, low prices and lots of booze. That--and quite a crowd--is what you'll find most evenings at P'cheen. There's much on the regular menu from cultures as diverse as Jamaica, the U.K. and Mexico. Vegetarians won't go hungry, either. If you're a meat eater, though, you definitely want to get to P'cheen on Monday night when the restaurant hosts "Mike's Bone Lick BBQ." The stuff beats most of the barbecue around town.

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Picnic, owned by a small group of investors, offers fairly inexpensive "comfort food — Southern style." There are sandwiches, barbecue, salads and soups. One of the best dishes may be a sandwich made with cornmeal-battered slices of fried green tomatoes, bacon, lettuce, pimento cheese and a pepper-pear relish served on whole-wheat bread. And while the meat of the barbecue sandwich was juicy, well-seasoned and the sauce had a good kick, the bun's bottom slice arrived so soggy the sandwich could not be picked up. We blame an excess of sauce. There's free Wi-Fi here, by the way, so you can eat cheap, sip coffee and read the job listings online.
Pizzeria Vesuvius

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Located in the short-lived Bureau's location, the new restaurant features build-your-own pizzas and nine house-designed ones named after the world's volcanoes. If you're a purist looking for the perfect margherita, you won't go for this, but if you like a pub atmosphere with imaginative pizza, you'll like Vesuvius.
Serpas

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This is chef-owner Scott Serpas' first solo venture after stepping out from under the Concentrics umbrella where he worked for three years as chef at Two Urban Licks. Serpas has an upscale Southern menu, sometimes with a New Orleans twist. The restaurant itself is great on the eyes but hard on the ears when it's crowded. Reservations required for parties of eight or more.
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