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Raging Burrito - Decatur

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A staple for dudes that wake up at noon and people with juror stickers on their shirts eating solo, the options are nearly endless to create gut-busting bean-based beauties. Get something jerk style and wash it down with a pitcher of one of the many different types of margaritas.
Joe's on Juniper

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Popular gay restaurant for drinks, basic bar food, and a lively patio in the heart of Midtown.
Atlanta Fish Market

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Being landlocked, Atlanta’s options for fresh fish are limited. The Fish Market has a reputation for quality and its retail outlet located in the back of the restaurant. Everything they sell is flown in daily, already cleaned, deboned, and ready to go. You can watch the fish prep cooks breaking down the fish in the large mirror at the market. There aren’t many whole fish, but you can call ahead and have something aside before it’s broken down for sale or the restaurant.
Burkhart's Pub

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One of Atlanta's top gay bars, with late-night dancing and drag shows in its multistory four-bar space.

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On one of intown's hottest blocks is a sassy cross between Einstein's volcanic be-seen scene and some laid-back cruise bar with a dinerteria menu. The mostly male crowd (all ages and types) has learned that it's best to stick with the simplest grill items: tasty gourmet burgers with fries; black-bean chili served in a cup or over a dog; sauteed spinach; and iceberg lettuce salad with crumbled blue cheese. Service varies. Beers and wines are properly chilled.
Fellini's Pizza - Poncey-Highland

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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 thick, hearty pies easily surpass any of the national chains' and their 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.

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Mediterranean restaurant in downtown.
Ecco

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Ecco, operated by Fifth Group Restaurants, remains one of the best restaurants in our city. Great wine list. The fried goat cheese with honey and cracked pepper is legendary.

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Local bar where everybody knows each other. Twenty-cent wings from 5-7 p.m. daily (dine-in only). Watch and listen to NASCAR every Sunday.

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Finally a pizza place with atmosphere! Blue Moon Pizza offers its guests only the freshest ingredients in preparing its fabulous pizzas and appetizers. The Barbeque Chicken Pizza is an absolute must try along with our Wedge Salad that's topped with our own candied bacon. With a full bar and nightly drink specials, Blue Moon plays classic foot tappin' blues and jazz all day and night. Also open for lunch, we offer great lunch specials, including pizza by the slice that will get you in and out in a hurry.
Famous Pub

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If you're a sports nut, head here to watch any game on one of the two giant projector screens or on the dozens of smaller TVs while you sip on cheap beer and nibble buffalo wings or tater tots.
Tijuana Garage

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Neighborhood bar with patio. Tex-Mex favorites and mmmargaritas!
Fogo de Chao

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Skewered meats, sliced at the table churrasco-style — by costumed gauchos wielding gleaming knives — are the centerpiece of the upscale Brazilian import. Beef and lamb shouldn't be missed. Prices are fixed, portions unlimited. The salad bar features asparagus, hearts of palm, fresh cheese, and similarly luxurious items. Even desserts (which cost extra) are worth the calories.
Pampas Steakhouse

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Argentina is known for its beef, so it seems fitting an Argentine steakhouse would be this good.
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