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Local Three Kitchen & Bar

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Through a driveway labyrinth, into a parking deck, up a few flights, into the elevator, down to the lobby, and through some office/condo hallways, there's an obscure wooden door marked "Local Three." Which means you’re never going to find it if you aren’t looking for it. Local Three owners Todd Mussman and Ryan Turner are masters of casual. Dining, even expensive dining — and Local Three is no bargain basement — is casual enough that customers are invited into the kitchen to pick up their own food during brunch. It's clear chef Chris Hall and his partners are unabashedly fat-friendly and meat-centric, so there's a heaviness that pervades. But Hall does get beyond his affection for philistine flavors, and reaches true elegance.

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New Southern cuisine with local ingredients make this North Fulton restaurant a standout. The restored 150-year-old farmhouse in Crabapple's historic district has a bar, fireplace and patio.

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A Mexican restaurant and bar with an assortment of drinks.
The Shed at Glenwood

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Much of the Shed at Glenwood's menu reads like a kind of International House of Bistro Classics. Depending on your mood, you could hit Britain with a no-nonsense preparation of fish and chips; France with a creamy, truffley version of moules frite; or Germany with a tender, juicy and comforting pork schnitzel topped with melting leeks.
Serpas

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This is chef-owner Scott Serpas' first solo venture after stepping out from under the Concentrics umbrella where he worked for three years as chef at Two Urban Licks. Serpas has an upscale Southern menu, sometimes with a New Orleans twist. The restaurant itself is great on the eyes but hard on the ears when it's crowded. Reservations required for parties of eight or more.
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