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Murphy's

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For more than 25 years, Murphy's has been serving classic American fare in a breezy space at the corner of Virginia and Highland avenues. Also known for its outstanding brunch, and with a bakery and wine shop attached.

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One of those rare places that exists both for our brunching pleasure and for the good of the community. All proceeds go to ACSS (Atlanta Center for Self Sufficiency, Inc.), an organization that helps homeless men, women and veterans achieve self-sufficiency through employment readiness programs and job placement assistance. When the cafe isn't serving up some of the best brunch around, it offers meals all week long to the homeless community. Be sure to tip well -- the all-volunteer staff donates gratuities as well as time.
Joe's on Juniper

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Popular gay restaurant for drinks, basic bar food, and a lively patio in the heart of Midtown.
Après Diem

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Cozy bistro with an eclectic menu. A nice stop before or after a film at Midtown Art Cinema.

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On one of intown's hottest blocks is a sassy cross between Einstein's volcanic be-seen scene and some laid-back cruise bar with a dinerteria menu. The mostly male crowd (all ages and types) has learned that it's best to stick with the simplest grill items: tasty gourmet burgers with fries; black-bean chili served in a cup or over a dog; sauteed spinach; and iceberg lettuce salad with crumbled blue cheese. Service varies. Beers and wines are properly chilled.
Dakota Blue

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Located in one of Grant Park's few commercial strips, this affordable restaurant offers a tasty, simple brunch menu. Also: sidewalk dining.
Babette's Cafe

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Open since 1992, the restaurant has drawn a loyal following yet somehow manages to stay under the radar. The draw is rustic European fare.
West Egg Cafe

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This popular Westside cafe serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This place can get packed out, so expect a wait on weekends.
Einstein's

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Long-running casual restaurant with popular patio that serves American cuisine and packs them in for a weekend brunch.

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This place says "special" on a grand scale. Surrounded by rolling vineyards and gorgeous Dahlonega scenery, the food, service and wine list are on par with some of Atlanta's best restaurants. Executive Chef Austin Rocconi (Canoe) embraces upscale farm-to-table cuisine. At every turn, dishes on the menu utilize ingredients sourced from Georgia producers such as Sea Island red peas and Sweet Grass Dairy cheese. Montaluce's own wines are affordable and infinitely drinkable, but if you decide that dinner calls for something else, list holds many serious wines for your consideration. Le Vigne should reignite our romance with Georgia's wine country, and then take it to the next level.
Buckhead Diner

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Chrome on the outside, wood-paneled booths on the inside, this clubby Buckhead Life diner has been packing them in for 20 years.
Haven

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Haven boasts quite the wine list and library. The dark wood walls create an intimate atmosphere, and make sure to check out the desserts, which include a sticky toffee pudding with poached pears.
Wrecking Bar Brewpub

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A comfortable restaurant in an uncooperative space with heavy stone walls in the basement of a Victorian-style home. There's a lot of wood everywhere, including a bar that is virtually hidden from much of the dining room. Farm-to-table food. Great original brews.
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