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4th and Swift

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Located in the Southern Dairies' former engine room, 4th and Swift epitomizes industrial elegance. The Swift in the name refers to chef Jay Swift, who came to prominence as the chef at South City Kitchen. Here, he maintains his focus on Southern cooking, but with a more refined and personal touch — taste comes first, not aw-shucks gimmickry.
97 Estoria

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Once a grocery store for cotton mill workers in the historic Cabbagetown neighborhood, 97 Estoria is a restaurant and "hangout for all adults" known for its quirky vibe and vegetarian-friendly menu. The laid-back, smoky bar scene is its main draw, bringing in a host of scruffy regulars.
Augustine's

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This neighborhood gastropub built in a refurbished filling station formerly known as Young Augustine's is a neighborhood favorite for its vast beer selection, laid-back atmosphere, and oh-so-sweet menu offerings, including the short rib grilled cheese and pimento cheese BLT sandwiches.
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.
Brewhouse Cafe

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This Moreland Avenue spot in Little Five Points is a prime hangout thanks to its expansive patio and menu of English-style pub food. It's also a destination of choice for fans of English Premier League soccer matches (and opens earlier on Saturdays and Sundays for viewing parties during the season).
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.
Empire State South

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This outpost of Hugh Acheson's restaurant empire delivers the best spin on New Southern dining in Atlanta. Familiar dishes like pimento cheese, farm eggs, local trout, and pork belly are anything but clichés when they arrive at the table. Order your bourbon cocktails in a mason jar.
Highland Tap

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Looking to drink yourself under the table under the city? Since the late 1980s, this subterranean restaurant billing itself as Virginia-Highland's oldest steakhouse has churned out what are considered some of Atlanta's best martinis (they come with a "sidecar" — a little extra shot of booze).
JCT. Kitchen

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Decent modern Southern fare. Your best bet is the upstairs bar with its outdoor patio overlooking train tracks that stretch straight toward the skyline.
Krog Bar

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The folks behind Rathbun's opened Krog Bar in a tiny building in the parking lot of the Stove Works complex. It's the closest thing to a genuine tapas bar's ambiance our city has ever seen: The interior is tiny and you'll likely be forced, just as you are in tapas bars in Sevilla, to sit at long tables with strangers. Cured meat and other nibbles comprise the menu, to be consumed alongside vino from an astutely composed list.

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Relaxed neighborhood vibe paired with classic American tavern fare and spirits.
Miller Union

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Longtime Watershed sous chef Steven Satterfield and Sotto Sotto manager Neal McCarthy have come together to deliver a personal-feeling, truly regional restaurant, serving Southern food without shtick or embellishment among the warehouses and train tracks of the Westside.
Tap

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Atlanta gastropub in the heart of Midtown, across from Colony Square and near the Woodruff Arts Center. Its patio overlooks the bustling corner of Peachtree and 14th streets.
Trader Vic's

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Feeling the need to escape to a tropical island? Trader Vic's, located in the Hilton Downtown Atlanta, is the next best thing, with its intensely topical decor of palm fronds, tiki poles, and Polynesian long boats. Starters like the flower-shaped crab Rangoon and the butterfly shrimp flattened into rings tease the eyes as well as the tongue. The cocktails continue the experience with snazzy garnishes and specialized glasses. Head to the lounge for more intimate dining.
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