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Ginya Izakaya

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Sister restaurant to Doraville's Shoya Izakaya, Ginya Izakaya features a sprawling and descriptive menu of sushi, ramen, and Japanese small plates along with sake and craft cocktail offerings.
Monterrey Mexican Restaurant West Midtown

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The West Midtown location of the Monterrey Mexican Restaurant originally opened on Buford Highway in 1974.
Terminal West

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As part of the King Plow Arts Center, Terminal West has become the Westside’s premier live music venue, giving equal stage time to hip-hop, indie rock, EDM, pop music, and singer-songwriter fare. Check out the lunch and dinner menu at the venue’s Stationside restaurant next door for plenty of fodder for vegetarians and carnivores alike. And even if you’re a non-smoker, taking a break from the music to hang out on the smoking deck while watching trains go by is a good time on any summer night.

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Georgia Tech students rule at the on-campus, all-ages venue.
Le Fat

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Le Fat is a Vietnamese restaurant full of French flair and miles away (literally and figuratively) from Buford Highway's restaurant row. Le Fat's Vietnamese-basics-done-well are not overwhelmingly better than more traditional restaurants like Nam Phuong or a Pho Dai Loi, but they are clearly more chef-y.
Six Feet Under - Westside

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The paneled Southern seafood shack decor works (think wooden booths, long tables, a horseshoe bar). And so does the food. Shrimp, crab cakes, oysters, crab legs, clams, scallops, mussels, catfish and po'boys are all fresh and tasty. All in all, Six Feet Under fills the gap of the disappearing inexpensive seafood shack. Try to snag a seat on the in-demand rooftop patio with a great view of the skyline.
Sublime Doughnuts

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Kamal Grant has his dough down -- his doughnuts ($1/each and $10/dozen) spring back into shape after each bite and taste like butter instead of fryer oil. His take on a Boston cream doughnut is whimsically shaped into a proud "A" for Atlanta, filled with silky custard and dipped in premium Belgian Callebaut chocolate. But the best one we've eaten is simply a swoon-worthy yeast doughnut slathered in sticky dulce de leche -- it was gone two seconds after the first bite. If you're looking for an option other than a birthday cake, check out the Sublime happy birthday doughnut box for $20. It's worth it.
Bartaco

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From the makers of Barcelona Wine Bar, Bartaco offers quality tacos and Mexican/Spanish cuisine at an affordable price. The restaurant also has an impressive house-made cocktail list. Bonus: most items on menu are gluten free unless otherwise noted.

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Chef Drew Ihrig created the Publik Endive House, which opened its doors in March of 2014, following a brick-and-mortor concept. The interior of the long brick building is assembled from a reclaimed piano and church pews, with a charming side garden to boot. Cornflake-crusted fried chicken, fried lobster tails, updated Old Fashioneds, sushi, and more are served Thursday through Saturday nights.

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Upscale Mexican in Atlantic Station. Entrees can be hit or miss, but the guacamole, margaritas and simpler specialties are of a far higher quality than Mexican cooking is usually afforded.
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