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Smith's Olde Bar

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One could make a strong argument that Smith's is the best small-venue music room in the city. An intimate space that lets fans get right up next to the musicians and an eclectic mix of bands are two great reasons to make Smith's a regular stop. Decent bar eats, too.
Blind Willie's

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A local blues, jazz, and roots institution that's been around for more than 25 years. The North Highland Avenue storefront, with its signature guitar-wielding neon alligator, has persevered through an unpredictable economy on the strength of the roots-based music that regularly fills the dimly lit room.
10 High

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This bare-bones club space beneath the Dark Horse Tavern is best known for live-band “Metalsome” hard-rock karaoke. But 10 High also hosts local and regional bands, as well as stand-up comedy shows. Patrons can enjoy food offerings from the Dark Horse upstairs, as well.
D.B.A. Barbecue

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This fun, spruced up barbecue joint features barbecued meats, wings, sides, and selections of whiskey, moonshine, bottled and draft beers, and signature cocktails. D.B.A has plenty of TVs for sports fans and a covered patio.

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Park your '57 Mustang at this Highland restaurant known for "Walking Dead" viewing parties, pub crawls and ol’ fashioned burgers and beer.
Alon's Bakery and Market - Virginia-Highland

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Well-known for its excellence in baked goods and homey atmosphere, Alon's addition of an open kitchen and carryout case creates a swankier feel and options that are meant to be eaten at home. The meatballs look good and taste even better. You'll want to sop up the leftover sauce with some of Alon's fresh breads. You can't go wrong with the robust roasted lamb sandwich, the marinated and grilled chicken sandwich, the flaky croissants and the crumbly muffins. As always, the desserts will leave you speechless.
Dark Horse Tavern

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A handsome, horseshoe-shaped bar anchors the dimly lit space, which is populated by a rowdy, barely post-college clientele.
Fat Matt's Rib Shack

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Live blues and the love of good barbecue bring people from all over town to the small, boxy barbecue joint. An Atlanta landmark, Fat Matt's turns out ribs, chopped-pork barbecue sandwiches and chickens by the score. With classic sides like a creamy coleslaw, "rum" baked beans and Brunswick stew, this is the place to get a small (or large) slice of hog heaven.
Fontaine's Oyster House

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Get your oysters raw, roasted, or served up in specialty dishes. The menu includes plenty of other seafood items as well as non-seafood fare.
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