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5 Seasons Brewing Company - Sandy Springs

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With a beer selection wide enough to please anyone from a keg-standing frat boy to a true connoisseur, Five Seasons Brewing Company serves up passionately crafted, in-house brews that give you plenty of bang for only a few bucks. Decent farm-focused all-American brewery menu.
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.
Après Diem

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Cozy bistro with an eclectic menu. A nice stop before or after a film at Midtown Art Cinema.
Argosy

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This multilevel gastropub in East Atlanta Village is the latest venture from the Bookhouse Pub/MJQ crew. Inside, nautical references and rustic, vintage flourishes cater to the gamut of hipsters, foodies, and craft beer lovers. Prepare for a wait.

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Watering hole with full menu in Brookwood neighborhood of Buckhead. Located across from Piedmont Hospital.
Bocado

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Bocado has tone, taste, and talent locked down, and the Westside and Atlanta are even more delicious as a result. Sandwiches take the limelight at lunch; roasted eggplant, cauliflower and a smattering of pickled vegetables are packed into a baguette roll, complemented by a spicy aioli.
BoccaLupo

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Chef Bruce Logue has transformed the former home of Sauced into a modern industrial scheme complete with rustic wood, gray walls, and white enamel fixtures. Expect old standards from Logue's former post at La Pietra Cucina, like his famous black spaghetti, as well as authentic new dishes featuring produce gathered from the on-site garden.
Brick Store Pub

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This outstanding neighborhood pub, complete with an upstairs Belgian bar that has potent brews on tap, offers roughly 215 beers. The menu’s beer descriptions are humorous and approachable. The service is so friendly, no one will look you askance if you simply order a bottle of Sweetwater 420.
Cakes and Ale

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Run by chef Billy Allin and his wife, Kristin, this smart, casual restaurant knows how to bring farm ingredients to the table with flair. Frequently on 'Best of' lists, the restaurant has garnered national attention. Sweets and more next door at the Bakery at Cakes and Ale.
Carroll Street Cafe

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A one-of-a-kind bohemian bistro nestled in historic Cabbagetown. This winebar-cum-cafe embodies all the sister restaurant Apres Diem style with Cabbagetown's eclectic sensibilities.
Elmyr

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This Little Five hangout serves burritos, quesadillas, and other Mexican favorites, with a heaping side of atmosphere and character. It's also a prime drinking spot, with plenty of beer (appropriate to the hipster-leaning environs, Pabst Blue Ribbon is available by bottle, can and tap), margaritas and specialty concoctions. It's a great place to grab a bite and a buzz before or after a show at Variety Playhouse.

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The ultra lounge still offers cocktails and entertainment but now has a menu of small bites only (think "tapatizers").
The Glenwood

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A friendly neighborhood gastropub in the heart of East Atlanta Village, the Glenwood offers a great hangout. Its handsomely appointed interior is a fine spot for socializing or watching a sporting event, and its kitchen turns out moderately priced, satisfying fare a notch above average pub grub.
Graveyard Tavern

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This East Atlanta hangout looks better than you’d expect (soaring ceilings, a handsome bar), and attracts a young crowd that parties into the wee hours. A service-industry night, nerd trivia, reasonable drink prices and a diverse menu cement its status as a hipster paradise.
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