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Roy's Cheesesteaks

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For those Smyrna-bound, the first thing you see when exiting I-285 at South Cobb Drive is a long impersonal stretch of gas stations, motels, and fast-food joints. If you're stopping to get refueled food-wise, it's worth veering just slightly off the main thoroughfare toward this tidy haven of brotherly love and Philly cheese steak goodness. The brainchild of Roy Brostrand, the South Jersey native who founded the Philly Connection in the early '80s. With juicy, flavorful meat and generous portions, this restaurant may be the only Atlanta eatery to get the cheesesteak right.

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Hangout with lively drinking crowd, decent burgers. Smoker-friendly.
Grub Burger Bar

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Grub Burger dishes out an extensive burger menu featuring everything from the "guacapotle" burger (topped with chipotle aioli, cheddar cheese, and handmade guacamole) to the Texas luau burger (topped with braised pulled pork, a grilled pineapple slice, grilled jalapeƱos, teriyaki and barbecue sauce) as well as an assortment of non-beef burgers and various flavors of milkshakes.

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Diners rave about the authenticity of these deli sammiches. Everyone thinks their sandwich is the best (hint: Matt's Shrimp Concoction). Quick and friendly service.

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Sports bar with seven big screens and plenty of dart action.
Atkins Park - Smyrna

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The Cobb County cousin of the Virginia-Highland watering hole and restaurant is located in the increasingly hip Market Village.

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No need for awkward bar chit-chat here. Varner's has plenty of TVs and hot wings to keep your eyes and mouth occupied. Reasonably priced American bar with trivia nights, billiards and arcade games. Smokers welcome.

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A burger-lover's delight, U.S. Cafe Express can satisfy your biggest burger craving. The decor screams 50s retro with sparkly cream and red patent chairs, etal-edged diner tables and ads from the sock-hop era plastered on the walls. The beef is ground fresh daily and slapped into plump, indulgent patties. The super bacon cheeseburger, a definite double-fister, is sweet with a smoky char from the grill. For those watching their waists, the 97% fat free turkey burger is the way to go. Pick the golden onion rings over the boring fries and your meal will be complete.

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Building off the reputation of Tom Murphy and his namesake Virginia-Highland restaurant, this restaurant offers up American comfort food for brunch, lunch, and dinner.
Muss & Turner's

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Part gourmet grocery, part sandwich shop, part cooking school, part neighborhood bistro. Weeknights, the restaurant feels cozy and intimate. Weekends, the place turns into a scene that feels energizing to be a part of. Chicken liver mousse, beef tartar, standout desserts from the pastry case and an exceptional beer list may prove that dinner here is just what your hungry soul needs.
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