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Noni's Bar and Deli

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Though Noni's is a respectable place for Italian food during the week, it transforms into Edgewood Avenue's de facto dance party on the weekends. Come prepared to shake your ass and sweat it up. This place gets packed.

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Tavern with patio across from Piedmont Park. Prime spot for burgers, brunch, or cocktails.
Nakato

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Nakato's been the king of Japanese steakhouses in Atlanta for 35 years. It's a dinosaur of Atlanta dining, outmoded on so many fronts by the flashy Japanese restaurants that have come since, and yet another example of how slow and steady can win the race. The wide selection of appetizer-sized plates is full of the classic flavors that make Japanese dining an obsession for so many. Read full review...
Nam Phuong - Buford Hwy.

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Vietnamese food is so much more than spring rolls and noodle soup, and Nam Phuoug offers a delicious education for those wanting to delve deeper into this beguiling cuisine. Its pho is some of the metro area's best.

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Elegant dining room for Thai cuisine. Popular spot for power players.

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Enjoy food, beers and wines. A kids menu is available, so bring the family too.
Nelson Street Gallery

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Alternative arts space located in Erickson Clock.
Nick's Food to Go

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This tiny Greek gem is a complete family affair. Although there's no dining area - don't even try to eat inside or you'll get a fatherly scolding from Nick - the comforting food travels well and is always made to order. Crispy wedges of Greek-style fries are lemony, heavily seasoned with dried oregano and served with a garlicky tzatziki sauce. The lamb gyro wrap is a cylinder of warm, pillowy pita overflowing with lamb sliced from the iconic revolving tower and spiked with tangy tzatziki that plays well against the heaviness of the meat. It's just like having your very own Greek mama.

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This Chamblee-area center offers hydrotherapy, raw food classes, weight loss programs, and more.

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Opened in 1968, Nino's is, according to its menu, the city's oldest Italian restaurant. The place features authentic old-style Southern Italian cooking and the menu is gigantic. There are plenty of antipasti, pastas and meat entrees to choose from. Not much to look at from the outside, this charming and surprisingly good restaurant deserves attention, especially when you're in the mood for the comfort of good pasta.

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After you dine at the attached restaurant, shop for authentic Mexican imports from furniture to keepsakes.

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Home-style North Indian food.
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