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Candler Park Market

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Candler Park Market is as much a wine shop and craft beer store as it is a neighborhood grocery, with a surprisingly extensive and well-chosen selection. An impeccably solid deli and lunch counter is located in the back.
Dr. Bombay's Underwater Tea Party

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The small shop, which is crammed with books and bric-a-brac, hosts daily high tea from 3:30-5:30 p.m. (reservations need to be made 24 hours in advance). The menu features a rotating menu of house-made vegetarian soups, sandwiches, samosas, scones, cakes, and other bakery goods.
Eat Me Speak Me at Gato

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Chef Jarrett Stieber's practically permanent pop-up restaurant Eat Me Speak Me is one of the most fully integrated farm-to-table restaurant experiences in Atlanta, pop-up or otherwise. Stieber's menu of small plates generally holds its shape from week to week, but the ingredients change based on what farmers are pulling out of the ground. Apart from a few pantry items, everything Stieber serves is locally sourced.
Fellini's Pizza - Candler Park

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The cheerfully scruffy pizza chain is named for the fanciful filmmaker, and the tattoos and piercings of the servers can definitely be Fellini-esque. The giant slices easily surpass any of the national chains' and simple salads hit the spot, but the white pizza is in a class by itself, with one bite transporting you to cheese and garlic heaven.
Flying Biscuit Cafe - Candler Park

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No Southern breakfast is complete without biscuits, but the Flying Biscuit has made the biscuit -- cakey, oversized and with a touch of buttermilk -- the cornerstone of all its meals, even its lunch menu items and dinner entrees. Next door to the restaurant, there's a small to-go shop that's always crowded where you can get your biscuits, sold by the dozen, to go with your morning coffee. Street and lot parking available.
Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q

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The mega-popular barbecue joint serves up super-smoky ribs, pork, chicken and brisket that inspires passionate barbecue love on good days. The atmosphere the brothers have created is admirable, turning the space into what feels like a genuine Texas shack.
Gato

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This tiny Candler Park culinary incubator is currently home to three different restaurant concepts. Gato Cafe serves breakfast Thurs.-Sun., 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m., and covers the usual breakfast fare in addition to lunchtime sandwiches like burgers and Reubens. Dinnertime Tues.-Thurs., 7-11 p.m. is the real of chef Allen Suh’s Gato Arigato pop-up. Suh serves Japanese-inspired dishes such as ramen made completely from scratch. Chef Jarrett Stieber’s Eat Me Speak Me pop-up takes over the space Sun.-Mon., 7-11 p.m. With a focus on affordability, Stieber’s concept is built around an ever-changing menu of imaginative small and shareable plates made with locally sourced ingredients.
La Fonda Latina - Candler Park

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Tropical color schemes and upbeat salsa music never fail to raise spirits. Count on La Fonda for inexpensive fare inspired by a melting pot of Latin influences. The pork chops, Cuban Reuben sandwich and big, generous quesadillas also satisfy.
The Mercantile

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A specialty foods store in Candler Park that welcomes popping in for a roasted chicken or a crusty baguette. Sundries include an impressive assortment of teas, bags of Carolina Gold rice and an interesting variety of beverages, but the real treasures are the indispensable homemade stocks and mother sauces. Also sandwiches and sweet treats and wine.

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Only open on the weekends, this mom and pop crepe stand in Candler Park specializes in Hungarian-style crepes. Expect both sweet and savory variations such as lemon curd, cinnamon sugar, and chicken paprikash.
Radial Cafe

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Going out to breakfast should be relaxing, and this is one of the few places left in Atlanta where jockeying for a table isn't a professional sport. The space is cozy, but not cramped. It gets a little hectic on the weekends, but the waits aren't outrageous.
San Francisco Coffee - Candler Park

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Independently owned cafe and roaster. In addition to coffee and espresso drinks, there are juices, pastries, quiche, and fresh fruit to choose from.

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This tapas wine bar features all the Spanish regulars- Paella, flamenco, and items like pan-seared scallops and anchovy-stuffed mushrooms. Andy Alibaksh of Diem Restaurant Group has replaced the Royal Orchid at Midtown Promenade with spot sporting a solid wood stage for lives performances and sports watching.
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