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Serves chicken cutlets from around the world. Schnitzel made right before your eyes.
Aviva by Kameel

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Tucked away in the depths of Peachtree Center, Mediterranean food court stall Aviva by Kameel serves up falafel wraps, towering platters of chicken shawarma, and more. Named after owners Kameel Srouji and his sister Aviva, expect a steady stream of Downtowners to queue up in lines 10- and 20-deep at lunchtime during the week.

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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.
Cafe Jonah and the Magical Attic

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Jennifer Levinson of Souper Jenny's new cafe promises as much whimsy as its name suggests. It's named after her son and is a quite unusual spot. It's located in the cottage most recently occupied by Full Cup Bakery. Levison has turned it into a sunny, brightly painted cafe inspired by Euro-style coffeehouses. It offers a limited breakfast-and-lunch menu and pastries from the city's best bakeries, such as Highland Bakery and Holeman & Finch. So what's upstairs in the magical attic? The upstairs is a space for new age-style spiritual practices and merchandise and hosts meditation classes, psychic fairs and astrologers.

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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.
Candler Park Market

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Candler Park Market is as much a wine shop and craft beer store as it is a neighborhood grocery, with a surprisingly extensive and well-chosen selection. An impeccably solid deli and lunch counter is located in the back.

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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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Elliott Street Deli & Pub

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This tiny bar in a lovingly renovated old building in Downtown's Castleberry Hill boasts an authentic neighborhood vibe. Downstairs hosts a variety of low-key jazz, open mic jams, and experimental music nights for the sonically adventurous.

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A sandwich shop established 20 years ago. The shop has since expanded to about 50 locations across the United States.

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The menu at this cafe features straight-forward sandwiches, salads and soups. It's hard to walk out the door without sampling at least one of Myriam Zaleski's seasonal pastries.
Fred's Meat and Bread

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Next door to sister stall Yalla, Todd Ginsberg of the General Muir brings his signature deli style to house-made deli items, sandwiches, and burgers.
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