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Agatha's presents a murder mystery wrapped in comedy with a heavy pour of audience participation. In these shows presented between the courses of a five-course meal, your dinner companions are also your co-stars, which makes for a fun and interesting evening.

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Alma Cocina is Fifth Group's second Mexican concept, the other being the Original El Taco in Virginia-Highland. But where El Taco aims to please neighborhood folks looking for mid-priced Tex-Mex and margaritas by the pitcher, Alma Cocina is more geared toward the expense accounters. Subtle tweaks across Alma's menu make it succeed — pomegranate seeds paired with braised lamb, or crispy Cotija cheese that provides a tangy base for a fried avocado taquito. While Alma does suffer from some of the pitfalls of "modern Mexican," it also gets a lot right, taking traditional dishes and refining them just enough to allow you to taste them afresh.
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.
Arepa Mia – Downtown

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The flagship location of Lis Hernandez's Venezuelan eatery began with Hernandez selling her filled, hamburger-like cornmeal cakes at the Sweet Auburn Cub Market's Open Picnic in 2011. In addition to arepas, the menu features other Venezuelan staples, including empanadas and the national dish, pabellon: shredded beef, black beans, fried sweet plantain, and Venezuelan white cheese.

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A shrine to Atlanta Braves baseball lore, expect gussied up stadium grub at this Downtown sports bar. Expect nearly 30 TVs, table-side pails of caramel popcorn, and historic Braves memorabilia as far as the eye can see. They've also got a real-life pitching cage, just for fun.

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Atlanta Candy Bar is preparing to celebrate its official grand opening this Friday on May 27th at 171 Auburn Ave. Suite G in Atlanta, Georgia. Atlanta Candy Bar will be serving up cupcakes, cake pops, dessert kabobs, cupcake milkshakes, and a variety of chocolate and candy with over 24 toppings. For those who prefers their scoops in cones, you can choose the “cone it” (create an ice cream cupcake), “push it” (create a push pop cake), “pipe it up”, and “shake it up” (infuse cupcakes and or cookies into a milkshake) in customizing their deserts.
Atlanta Grill

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The less formal cousin to the now defunct Ritz-Carlton Buckhead's Dining Room, this still-pricey restaurant offers upscale Southern cuisine and an unparalleled balcony view of the weirdness on Peachtree Street at night.
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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Italian restaurant in downtown.
Bell Street Burritos - Downtown

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Proprietor Matt Hinton began serving burritos, Tortillas-style, in 2009 and has flourished ever since. Find tacos, quesadillas, nachos, and more as well. Bell Street Burritos is located in the historic Sweet Auburn Curb Market and other metro Atlanta locations.

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Surf-food and drink restaurant.

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This Korean restaurant switches things up offering a varied selection of Korean tacos and side dishes. Menu items include crispy fish tacos, chicken tacos, kimchi, dumplings and bibimbap.
BLT Steak

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Judged without price in mind, the experience, revolving around big, bloody prime steaks and assuredly seasoned sides, is rife with pleasure. The restaurant's signature popovers, huge muffin-shaped poufs of bread laced with Asiago cheese, tempt you into ruining your appetite before the meal's even begun. And who could deny the gratification of a hulking rib eye? They serve manly, classic meals. It's just that the customer base, man-boy CEO types paying with their expensive accounts, makes this restaurant a tad unbearable.

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Though the restaurant has been a choice Atlanta Braves pregame spot since 1991 — in Fulton County Stadium days it was called Jimmy Dee's Bar & Grill — the Bullpen has no affiliation with the Braves or Turner Field. Expect a hearty menu of sandwiches, hickory smoked ribs, wings, hot dogs, burgers, and sides.
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