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Toscano and Sons Italian Market

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Toscano's not only offers delicious Italian panini that are true Clark Howard bargains but also doubles as a deli that sells imported Italian delicacies – from cheeses to meats to wine.

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The mostly walk-up Midtown business-casual crowd has made this little spot a destination. Sandwiches with Successories-type monikers Motivation and Inspiration as well as personal pizzas are the main offerings here, accompanied by standard sides of coleslaw, pasta salad and the like. The positive vibes are paying off -- the place is always packed.

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18-year-old family-run operation, overseen by Long Island transplants, Carol and Tom Carola, is as close as you'll get to an authentic New York deli experience in Atlanta.
Oak Grove Market

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Right down to the paper plates and plastic forks, the atmosphere of this 1950s-esque butcher shop will remind you of a backyard cookout. Burgers and hot dogs from the grill, chicken quarters and ribs in a zingy barbecue sauce, and daily meat specials from ketchup-covered meatloaf to mouth-melting filet mignon will not disappoint.

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The original hole-in-the-wall location of the long-lived Atlanta deli boasts Broadway handbills and a bustling lunchtime business, although seating is limited. Traditional bialys and multiple bagel varieties are fresh and fragrant, but the biggest draw are the sandwiches, particularly the chewy, meaty, torpedo-shaped po'boys that require two hands to eat and may be Atlanta's finest item served on two slices of bread.

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In a weird way, the bistro feels like it's been around forever; this is undoubtedly due to its eight-year history as a catering company (in this same location) now known as Figs & Honey Catering. Sandwiches dominate the menu and most are made with hand-stretched Cajun "pistolette" bread from a New Orleans bakery that's been in business for more than 100 years; the croissants and marble rye come from Masada Bakery. The Cuban is a worthy contender, as is the turkey meatloaf.
Wright's the Gourmet Sandwich Shoppe

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Dunwoody denizens and Perimeter-area Dilberts find fast food the old-fashioned way at this popular lunch joint. They come for the pimento-cheese sandwich, a version of a Cuban sandwich, creative salads and superlative desserts.

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Since 1982, this tiny counter-service diner has been a destination for Greek food lovers for its souvlaki, gyros and homemade sauces.

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Cafe Mims is the latest spot to capitalize on the need for speedy lunchtime fare. The food, overseen by Livingston's executive chef Gary Mennie, is made fresh daily and pre-packaged so you can grab and go. The cafe opens early so you can pop in for some coffee and one of the homemade baked goods, such as the trio of mini bear claws filled with blueberries, cheese and almond paste. Sandwiches are the best thing the cafe has to offer at lunchtime.

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MetroFresh

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Mitchell Anderson opened MetroFresh after a stint at Souper Jenny's in Buckhead. Here, you'll find hearty soups and sandwiches, along with salads, pastas, and a few more complicated entrees from time to time. A couple of specials are posted daily. You can eat in, but the food is ideal for carryout, since it's simple.
Henri's Bakery

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An Atlanta tradition since 1929, Henri's serves tasty business lunches and delectable desserts.
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