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Bagel Palace Deli and Bakery

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A kosher-style deli that's not actually kosher, Bagel Palace, ensconced in the Toco Hills Shopping Center, serves overstuffed sandwiches big enough to split, breakfast all day, traditional soups, and of course, bagels. There's also a bevy of baked goods.
Benchwarmer's Sports Grill

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Tucked away in a strip mall off Clairmont Road, this welcoming watering hole offers everything you could ask of a sports bar. This no-frills oasis boasts decent pub grub (try the Belly Buster burger or smoked brisket sandwich), plenty of TVs, cold beer, and even a game room. If you're looking for a nice, dive-y spot to watch the Falcons with friends, look no further.

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Serves 12 cupcake varieties, 4 cookie varieties and 4 to 6 bar cakes daily.

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As far as Chinese food goes, this is place is hit or miss, but as a kosher Chinese establishment it's become a destination. The buffalo wings are slowly earning a reputation and the Chinese vegetable wrap (think a burrito with snow peas and bamboo shoots) was a nice variation.

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In an official-looking string of self-made shop fronts lies an off-the-cuff vegetarian delight known as Chat Patti. Inside, customers are acting as if no one is around. Most are conversing about business or family gatherings while several others are eating solo and reading a paper or novel. "Can I help you?" a voice says. When eating food new to the palate, explanations of dishes are often helpful. And without hesitation, the waitress explains the menu to a confused man. This Indian experience will leave you understanding a little more about the culture as well as the food.

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Don't let the modest name fool you; Chris' Pizza's simple storefront opens to a bright interior painted, plastered and "plastiqued" in the blue and white of the Greek islands. The effect is a comfortable mix of ethnic elegance and classy American kitsch that resonated in both the decor and the food. Try the mousaka, layers of eggplant and meat topped with a creamy bechamel sauce, or the avgolemono soup with lemon chicken-and-egg broth. Don't leave without trying a slice of Chris' pizza and its mid-thick crust; there's a reason it's a part of the namesake.
Desta Ethiopian Kitchen

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All the food here is beautifully presented. Desta, which means "happiness" in Amharic, serves modern Ethiopian cuisine in a cozy atmosphere. Try the signature tibs (meat sautéed in spiced olive oil with onions, tomatoes, and peppers) with authentic injera, or go early for an intercontinental breakfast.
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.
The Kosher Gourmet

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The Kosher Gourmet serves as a supermarket, bakery, and deli specializing in glatt-kosher meats under the supervision of the Atlanta Kashruth Commission. You can find anything from challah and bagels to gefilte fish and chicken so good even your bubbie would shep nachas.
Meskerem

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Located in a former New Age bookstore, this cavernous and modestly decorated Ethiopian eatery offers a standard introduction to this lesser known cuisine. There are no forks, gang. Use the spongy injera flatbread to scoop up gently spiced veggies (carrots, cabbage, collards) and lamb dishes. This place gives a whole new meaning to "finger food."

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Vietnamese deli and bakery.
Oak Grove Market

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Right down to the paper plates and plastic forks, the atmosphere of this 1950s-esque butcher shop will remind you of a backyard cookout. Burgers and hot dogs from the grill, chicken quarters and ribs in a zingy barbecue sauce, and daily meat specials from ketchup-covered meatloaf to mouth-melting filet mignon will not disappoint.

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A new Italian restaurant in the heart of Toco Hills.
Petite Auberge

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Petite Auberge is a French eatery tucked into a corner of the Toco Hills shopping center. Somehow, Petite Auberge has managed to outlive many of its upscale contemporaries, and its awning-festooned entrance still suggests the gateway to something grand — or at least grandiose.
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