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The star of the show here is the Australian meat pie, a hot and crusty personal pie filled with meat and gravy, but the Cornish pastie -- a buttery pastry filled with meat and vegetables -- is great, too. Whether you're an Aussie ex-pat or a newcomer to the cuisine, you can be sure you're getting the real deal here.
Taste of New York specializes in the large and monstrous. Pizzas are thick, often needing a knife and a fork to eat. A slice of the meat lover pizza could give you a heart attack even though no grease pools on the top of each slice, but who ever said that pizza was about the health? Taste of New York also offers salads and sandwiches, but bring a friend as these too are giant-sized.
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.
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Barkers has been bringing flavorful, charcoal-grilled love to Atlanta for nearly 30 years. Part of the secret to these red hots are the German-style Sahlen's dogs, a superb pork and beef combo in a natural casing that's less greasy and spicy than a typical kosher dog. Barkers gives them a nice char and a smoke-stained crunch on the outside; you choose the toppings to make it your own. Our favorite combination is the slightly sweet slaw and Hot Texan sauce with crispy onions and pickles.
Authentic Chicago beef and hot dog dive featuring casual dining and reasonable prices.
Translated in English to "Sweets of France," this restaurant is headed by French chef Luc Beaudet, who dreams of bringing the true taste of fine French pastries made from scratch to America.
Owned by baking enthusiasts Johnnie and Ed Gabriel, this bakery opened in 1996 and has grown more and more each year. Since 2003, they tripled their space and they now serve breakfast, lunch and dinner six days a week. Today, they have an entire staff of talented bakers and offer holiday and special occasion cakes originally designed for each customer.
Jujubee's keeps it simple by offering a few flavors of its Italian-style frozen yogurt along with all the usual toppings. The pomegranate, a usual suspect at modern frozen yogurt establishments, is tart and tasty. Instead of contending with rogue sprinkles and chocolate chips, the counter folks smartly secure the toppings with another thin layer of frozen yogurt, and they'll even let you mix up the flavors in the layers.
It's kind of poetic that one of the most famous landmarks in Marietta — arguably the most stereotypically "suburban" of metro Atlanta's suburbs — is a seven-story-tall testament to fast food. The Godzilla-sized chicken was designed in the 1960s by a Georgia Tech student as an advertisement for what was then Johnny Reb's Chick, Chuck and Shake restaurant. A few years later, it became a KFC, which remains to this day.
Popular local pizza joint on the square.
The best way to know a region is through its cuisine, and Presto Latin Restaurant offers an impressive array of selections. Menu items include the delectable Bandeja platter, numerous seafood dishes, and obscenely cheap specials.
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