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Spice Market

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Uptown take on Asian street food. Served in an open, alluring dining space, inside the W hotel.
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.
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.

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Fresh seafood, including an award-winning lobster bisque, ice cold beer, cocktails, and a patio.
Babette's Cafe

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Open since 1992, the restaurant has drawn a loyal following yet somehow manages to stay under the radar. The draw is rustic European fare.

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Fine dining restaurant raising the bar/pole on adult entertainment.
Lobby at Twelve

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The rectangular design of Bob Amick's Atlantic Station baby is very New York in a self-contained way, and a welcome deviation from the frenetic pubescence of One Midtown Kitchen and Two Urban Licks. Nick Oltarsh is the executive chef in charge of forward-thinking combinations. Servers can be out to lunch, but dreamy desserts and a sure hand in the kitchen make for a blessedly grown-up experience.
Wisteria

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Jason Hill and his crew have crafted a solid neighborhood gathering spot with a confident menu that includes sharp Southern touches such as angus top sirloin paired with mac-and-cheese flecked with greens and skate wing over grits.
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.
The Feed Store

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This College Park landmark is now a restaurant which serves southern/soul food. It has exposed brick walls with white linens and long banquet tables. More of a special occasion destination than a casual eatery.
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.
Ziba's Restaurant & Wine Bar

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Quirky Mediterranean restaurant and spot for residents on the neighborhood's eastern edge to sip a glass of wine.
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