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Majestic Diner

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For all the debauchery and bleary-eyed clubbing that ordering a plate of hash browns at 4 a.m. entails, this is the only place to go. Delightfully greasy burgers, eggs, grits, and other diner favorites stave off oncoming hangovers and settle woozy, boozy tummies. Stone-cold sober? This Atlanta institution can provide all the inspiration you need to write that picaresque novel.

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Peachtree Center’s three-tiered shopping mall houses more than 60 retail shops and more than 20 personal service businesses such as a dry cleaner and a nail salon. Between the handful of full-service restaurants and expansive food court, the Mall at Peachtree Center has nearly 40 eateries.

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Steaks, seafood and fresh desserts.
Manuel's Tavern

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Poncey-Highland institution is a home away from home to the politicians, artists, and madmen it's drawn as clientele for decades. Full menu includes a variety of good burgers and organic eggs fresh from its rooftop coop. A renovation of the building and a refurbishment of the tavern is coming in 2016.

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Marietta is for those who yearn for the guilty pleasures of junk food American style. The decor appears neglected with beaten up linoleum flooring, cracked vinyl booths, and patched walls hidden under a haze of smoke. But don't come here for the decor. The 30 varieties of mouth-watering wings from mild to sweating-after-the-first-bite hot draw you in and keep you there Don't forget the sandwiches either. The Philly cheesesteak is pure salty, goopy cheese satisfaction on a cushy roll. The Brazilian tunes and spicy wings will put the life back into your day.

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Martin's

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Martin's is known for its biscuits, which come in small or large (opt for large) and are served every day until 3 p.m. A favorite breakfast and lunch spot for the working or older crowd, Martin's is also a safe haven for those recovering from a late night of drinking. While some say the sausage biscuit is the inspiration behind Star Provision's version, a tenderloin and egg will satisfy those hunger pangs just as well.

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An honest-to-goodness Main Street small-town cafeteria with delicious homey food at unbelievably low prices. The roast turkey is really roast turkey, not processed turkey roll.

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Restaurant specializing in fondue. Two blocks north of Fox Theatre.

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Dinner, drinks. Features open-mic nights, weekly poker, and dart tournaments throughout the week.

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Serving high tea, as well as salads, quiche and sandwiches.
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