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Salon Skanda is a premier Atlanta hair salon in Buckhead.

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Snyder Cycles is a local bicycle shop in Poncey-Highland located just off of Highland Avenue.
Smith's Olde Bar

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One could make a strong argument that Smith's is the best small-venue music room in the city. An intimate space that lets fans get right up next to the musicians and an eclectic mix of bands are two great reasons to make Smith's a regular stop. Decent bar eats, too.
Southern Star Tattoo - Poncey-Highland

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The flagship location for Southern Star Tattoo is the classier older brother to the Euclid Avenue shop. Tiled ceilings, and a booth assigned to each artist, keeps the experience of getting inked intimate.
STATS

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Concentrics Restaurants' answer to the sports bar, Stats has five bars, including one on the rooftop deck. The food runs the gamut from barroom burgers to barbecue. Private rooms and several tables are stocked with Table Taps that allow you to pour your own brew while watching the game.
Sean's Harvest Market - Midtown

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The second outpost of the health-conscious lunch joint offers grab-and-go sandwiches, smoothies, homemade soups, and more. Expect a focus on fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Since opening in 2013, Sean's original Morningside walkup location in Amsterdam Walk quickly became known for its variety of fruits, veggies, fresh-baked breads, and desserts on offer.
Steinbeck's Ale House

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Upon first glance, you might dismiss this Irish-style pub in Oakhurst, just minutes from downtown Decatur, as nothing more than a small, comfy hole-in-the-wall with a nice outdoor patio. But the menu of slightly upscale bar food (try the Double Double burger) and Sunday brunch, not to mention the satisfying beer selection, are sure to change your mind.
Superica

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Ford Fry's intown Tex-Mex eatery serves Austin, Texas-influenced fare cooked partly on wood-burning grills. Superica offers an indoor/outdoor patio with a bar and stage for live music. Expect to see tamales, enchiladas, tacos, and margaritas on the menu.
Six Feet Under - Westside

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The paneled Southern seafood shack decor works (think wooden booths, long tables, a horseshoe bar). And so does the food. Shrimp, crab cakes, oysters, crab legs, clams, scallops, mussels, catfish and po'boys are all fresh and tasty. All in all, Six Feet Under fills the gap of the disappearing inexpensive seafood shack. Try to snag a seat on the in-demand rooftop patio with a great view of the skyline.

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Sushi restaurant and lounge. Menu also includes IndoChine, Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean cuisine.
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