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Avondale Pizza Cafe

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The Avondale Pizza Cafe offers authentic New York-style pizza along with subs, salads, and more. Plus, it has a full bar and patio seating. With more than two decades of experience, Avondale Pizza Cafe is a great place to grab a slice.
Brick Store Pub

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This outstanding neighborhood pub, complete with an upstairs Belgian bar that has potent brews on tap, offers roughly 215 beers. The menu’s beer descriptions are humorous and approachable. The service is so friendly, no one will look you askance if you simply order a bottle of Sweetwater 420.
Cakes and Ale

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Run by chef Billy Allin and his wife, Kristin, this smart, casual restaurant knows how to bring farm ingredients to the table with flair. Frequently on 'Best of' lists, the restaurant has garnered national attention. Sweets and more next door at the Bakery at Cakes and Ale.
Duck's Kitchen

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Duck's is a small cafe tucked in back of East Decatur Station that serves killer sandwiches on freshly baked bread, a selection of pizzas and some of the best doughnuts we've ever tasted.
Floataway Cafe

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Floataway is a place you come to be chill. To feel chill. To eat chill. With the walls painted vibrant blue, assorted glass bottles lining the bar and vintage fire-engine-red accents, it's as if owners Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison splashed the essence of hipster indie craft aesthetic over the place and then toned it down just enough to feel fancy. This approach to the decor is similar to the way the kitchen approaches food: ramp up ingredient quality, then tone down dishes to the absolute essentials. The restaurant excels at a seemingly forgotten aspect of service, and that’s pacing. Meals at Floataway are languid affairs — never slow, but gloriously unrushed.
The Glenwood

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A friendly neighborhood gastropub in the heart of East Atlanta Village, the Glenwood offers a great hangout. Its handsomely appointed interior is a fine spot for socializing or watching a sporting event, and its kitchen turns out moderately priced, satisfying fare a notch above average pub grub.
Graveyard Tavern

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This East Atlanta hangout looks better than you’d expect (soaring ceilings, a handsome bar), and attracts a young crowd that parties into the wee hours. A service-industry night, nerd trivia, reasonable drink prices and a diverse menu cement its status as a hipster paradise.
Java Monkey

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A Decatur fixture since 1993, this is more than your average coffee shop. While the bar sells wine and beer along with coffee drinks and the pastry case turns out truly great sandwiches, twentysomethings and hipsters flock for the daily live music and poetry readings in the bohemian atmosphere.
Le Giverny

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Lunch hops at Le Giverny's new location at the Emory Inn. Problem is, the digs just aren't that spiffy. The food is most successful when it stays close to its Gallic heritage (try the zaftig mussels, pate, salad nicoise, or croque monsier), but the menu often moseys into the nebulous of New American trendiness with five too many ingredients on the plate.

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An Atlanta chain of quick service Italian restaurants.

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A Mexican restaurant and bar with an assortment of drinks.
Mirch Masala

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Mirch Masala's excellent Indian cooking and decked-out atmosphere makes you feel as thought you're having a big event, although it's very affordable (buffet!). All the dishes are carefully cooked and satisfying. But watch out: "very spicy" means exactly that here. Try the chicken korma infused with coconut, cinnamon, clove and cardamom; the tender meat smokes with spiciness while the yogurt adds tang and thickness.

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A Chinese restaurant located right near the Emory University campus.
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