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Vinyl

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One of three music venues that make up Center Stage Theater that opened in 2003. Offers an intimate setting with 300 capacity and billiards.
Variety Playhouse

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This Little Five landmark bills itself as a combination theater and nightclub, and its mixture of tables and theater-style seating bears out that description. The atmosphere is looser than at theaters like the Fox, to boot. Variety largely hosts national acts that appeal to those over 30 -- alt-country singer-songwriters, prog-rock reunions, '80s alt-rock pioneers and the like.
The Village Theatre

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Since 2008, this hole-in-the-wall comedy venue has hosted improv comedy multiple nights a week as well as stand-up and sketch comedy.
The Vortex - Little Five Points

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You can't miss the big skull with psychedelic eyes on Moreland Avenue. Walk through the gaping mouth, and you'll find some of the city's best burgers, excellent chili, and even good vegetarian bar fare. The food overshadows the servers' often surly attitudes.

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The legendary urban-contemporary radio station.
Vape Atlanta

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You don’t sip the juice, you smoke it at this shop that supplies all your vaporizer needs, from pens and boxes to weekly specials on new vape flavors. Head off the main L5P strip and back toward the parking lot where this tightly packed vaper’s paradise is located.
Varuni Napoli

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Features traditional Naples pizzas made with imported ingredients from small Italian producers and local produce along with authentic Italian wines, beers, and sodas.

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Chic Italian trattoria that's been going strong for decades.

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Chef Nick Melvin’s long-awaited Old Fourth Ward restaurant/music venue, Venkman's, opened its doors in September 2015. The eatery is a casual neighborhood spot that boasts live music seven nights a week. Expect dishes such as celery salad with Parmesan, smoked almonds, and burnt lemon vinaigrette; pastrami-wurst with ballpark mustard and Brussels kraut on a pretzel roll; honey-roasted chicken with bread crumbs and vinaigrette; and cornbread sundaes with crème fraîche gelato, preserved peaches, and pralines for dessert.

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Rooftop event space at the top of the Hilton Garden Inn.

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Giovanni di Palma, the restaurateur behind Little Italia in West Side, brings another restaurant into the fold. Hosted inside Bottega Louisa in two private rooms, the sit-down, reservation-only, will feature foods from his other restaurants as well as some creations of their own.
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