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Après Diem

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

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Ecco, operated by Fifth Group Restaurants, remains one of the best restaurants in our city. Great wine list. The fried goat cheese with honey and cracked pepper is legendary.

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Putting a modern twist on traditional Greek and Mediterranean fare, Kafenio serves up breakfast treats, small plates, full coffee service, beer, wine, and more.
Nick's Food to Go

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This tiny Greek gem is a complete family affair. Although there's no dining area - don't even try to eat inside or you'll get a fatherly scolding from Nick - the comforting food travels well and is always made to order. Crispy wedges of Greek-style fries are lemony, heavily seasoned with dried oregano and served with a garlicky tzatziki sauce. The lamb gyro wrap is a cylinder of warm, pillowy pita overflowing with lamb sliced from the iconic revolving tower and spiked with tangy tzatziki that plays well against the heaviness of the meat. It's just like having your very own Greek mama.

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The cozy but stylish Inman Park cocktail bar offers craft cocktails and a modest menu of Mediterranean-leaning small plates.
Anatolia Cafe and Hookah Lounge

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This Mediterranean-influenced restaurant and bar serves tasty and inexpensive wraps, kebabs, salads, and entrees. But you'll probably be coming for the extensive shisha selection for hookah smoking. The full bar offers a range of shooters, specialty cocktails, and craft beers.

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Middle Eastern cuisine with a full bar and a hookah bar.

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European dishes with a modern twist. Casual atmosphere. Full-service bar.
Last Word

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Last Word's menu of mainly small plates features innovative Middle Eastern riffs. Dishes range from lamb belly shwarma to rabbit liver mousse to roasted dates and figs with lavender honey. The menu rotates often. The bar program at this restaurant is one of the best in the city.

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Settled in the Ponce City Market, this restaurant offers regionally-inspired dishes including seasoned meat kebabs, freshly made hummus and tahini, a variety of regional spices and cheeses, and fresh pita bread made daily.

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Pick up something to go from the deli case or have a seat and be prepared to be amazed. The hummus is the city's best by far. The roasted eggplant is likewise flawless. The falafel, fantastic. Entrees, like skewered lamb over seasoned rice, confront you with half a dozen flavors. Best of all, it's cheap.

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This vegan- and halal-friendly Mediterranean restaurant is located a block and a half west of Moe’s Original Bar-b-que on 14th Street. Expect a menu of Mediterranean classics such as falafel, babaganoush, and hummus.
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