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The consignment shop's Westside post has great sofas, a fantastic array of dining tables and chairs, and tchotchkes from various eras.
Seed Factory

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There are better toys to buy the tykes than mindless, battery-operated electronics. This high-end store, which caters to newborns to 12-year-olds, offers playsets that aim to inspire creativity, in addition to sharp clothes for the wee ones.

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Silver Skillet

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One of the city's last true diners, the Skillet serves big buttermilk biscuits available straight up or stuffed. Our favorite order remains the mild country ham with two eggs (over easy), biscuits, grits and red-eye gravy. You can get the same heart-stopper with pork chops or corned beef hash instead of ham.
SOHO (Compound)

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This mega-nightclub feels kind of like a resort, with several indoor and outdoor environments, including a pool area (swimming, not billiards). A great spot for dancing, chilling, or the chance celebrity sighting.

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Souper Jenny opened its third location on the Westside in Jan. 2015. The quaint and tasteful ambiance of mom's kitchen is in full force at owner Jenny Levinson's new locale. Expect wholesome soups, tasty sandwiches and crisp salads.

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Asian-fusion restaurant (Korean, Thai, and Vietnamese) with burgers, other fast-food items. Bubble tea, too.
Stankonia Studios

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From the outside, the industrial complex and former home of Bobby Brown's Bosstown Recording Studios on Antone Street doesn't look like much. But this particular street was once known as "studio row." OutKast recorded its best work here with Mr. DJ, who still works out of the space with other hip-hop talent.

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An upscale home decor store for those who've outgrown Target.
Star Provisions

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The takeout menu varies slightly each day, but count on seductively constructed sandwiches such as the shrimp po'boy or the prosciutto and Parmesan, among other options. You'll also find a butcher and a specialty cheese counter in the back of the space.

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Stationside is Terminal West's restaurant operation located at the King Plow Arts Center. The fare from chef Dan Brown, formerly of the Porter Beer Bar, includes casual eats like Cuban sandwiches and smoked tofu. Stationside is open for lunch Tues.-Fri., but only open for dinner service during shows.
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