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4th and Swift

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Located in the Southern Dairies' former engine room, 4th and Swift epitomizes industrial elegance. The Swift in the name refers to chef Jay Swift, who came to prominence as the chef at South City Kitchen. Here, he maintains his focus on Southern cooking, but with a more refined and personal touch — taste comes first, not aw-shucks gimmickry.
5 Seasons Brewing Company - Westside

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With a beer selection wide enough to please anyone from a keg-standing frat boy to a true connoisseur, 5 Seasons Brewing Company serves up passionately crafted, in-house brews that give you plenty of bang for only a few bucks.
678

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Not all Korean barbecue restaurants are created equal. For those of us searching for superior meat plus charcoal, 678's meat is hard to beat. They take reservations, so make one and save yourself the torture of waiting as the smell of sizzling beef wafts toward your nose like those squiggly cartoon aroma lines. The all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue combo is one of the best meals in town.
97 Estoria

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Once a grocery store for cotton mill workers in the historic Cabbagetown neighborhood, 97 Estoria is a restaurant and "hangout for all adults" known for its quirky vibe and vegetarian-friendly menu. The laid-back, smoky bar scene is its main draw, bringing in a host of scruffy regulars.
Abdullah the Butcher House of Ribs & Chinese Food

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Don't go looking for souvenirs at the former pro-wrestler's joint — they're absent — but the restaurant is dedicated to barbecue and Chinese food. Stick to the ribs, rib tips and chicken and look for Abdullah (aka Larry Shreve) as he dominates the dining area and is friendly to fans.
Agave

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Founded in 2000 at the former site of the historic Cotton Mill general store, Agave has built a strong reputation around its Southwestern inspired dishes with a fine-dining flair.
Ah-Ma's Taiwanese Kitchen

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This family-owned Midtown Taiwanese joint offers up traditional flavors from the homeland. Dishes like steamed pork belly and clear broth beef noodle soup with tendon highlight the menu.
AJ's Famous Seafood and Po'boys

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This Marietta seafood joint has one lengthy po'boy menu. Po'boys are served "dressed" and come with your choice of fresh-cut french fries or red beans and rice. The shrimp version is a monster of a sandwich, tightly wrapped in white paper, and measuring a foot in length. The shrimp are on the small side, but the amount packed into the sandwich makes up for this shortcoming. Don't forget one of the sauces, such as the lime-dill tartar.
Alfredo's

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Vintage, Italian-American cuisine is alive and well at Alfredo's. The Cheshire Bridge Road institution has been serving up that old-style, heavily cheesy, tomatoey cooking for more than 40 years. The restaurant's throwback, wood-paneled dining room is heavily mirrored and homey. Come here for classics like veal saltimbocca, lasagna al forno, chicken cacciatore, and eggplant Parmesan. Like many Cheshire Bridge restaurants, Alfredo's has a serious cult-following. Be prepared to for a wait during peak hours or on weekends.
Alon's Bakery and Market - Dunwoody

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This Atlanta favorite bakery and market offers gourmet wine, cheese, and specialty foods, in addition to a full service prepared foods. The award-winning bakery section includes European-style pastries, cookies, artisan breads and wedding cakes.
Alon's Bakery and Market - Virginia-Highland

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Well-known for its excellence in baked goods and homey atmosphere, Alon's addition of an open kitchen and carryout case creates a swankier feel and options that are meant to be eaten at home. The meatballs look good and taste even better. You'll want to sop up the leftover sauce with some of Alon's fresh breads. You can't go wrong with the robust roasted lamb sandwich, the marinated and grilled chicken sandwich, the flaky croissants and the crumbly muffins. As always, the desserts will leave you speechless.
Ameer's Mediterranean Grill

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Ameer's specializes in Irresistible Middle Eastern favorites, including falafel, shawarma, kebabs, hummus and pita, and more. Expect casual digs and friendly service.
Ammazza Edgewood

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Neapolitan-style pizza made with essential ingredients from Italy and sustainable meat and produce sourced from community farms.
Ann's Snack Bar

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Named best burger in the country by the Wall Street Journal, it's sometimes hard to get a seat at Ann's. The favorite here remains a double cheeseburger with mayo only. The Ghetto Burger is a masochistic order: a plate-filling sandwich topped with chili, cheese, onions, and bacon. Whatever you order, don't plan to move around much the rest of the day.
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