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Aisle 5

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Aisle 5 maintains the communal philosophy of its predecessor, the Five Spot, but its guts are brand new. The 2014 renovation brought the space a new stage with an updated sound system, the better to enjoy Aisle 5's roster of indie rock, hip hop, and other music acts.
Aurora Coffee

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Atlanta coffee was nothing but perked dishwater until Aurora Coffee opened in 1992. The Little Five Points location wasn't designed as a cozy hangout. Since the folks who own Criminal Records took over, however, the cool-slacker service has gotten friendlier and there is Wi-Fi. The quality of the brew — Aurora's blend of beans from Batdorf & Bronson's Atlanta roastery — is exceptional. Food is limited to excellent fresh pastries.
Brewhouse Cafe

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This Moreland Avenue spot in Little Five Points is a prime hangout thanks to its expansive patio and menu of English-style pub food. It's also a destination of choice for fans of English Premier League soccer matches (and opens earlier on Saturdays and Sundays for viewing parties during the season).

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Sleek pizza joint with a rooftop patio and an assortment of no-fuss favorites, from pizza and panini to salads and pasta dishes. Dough and bread made in-house daily. Local craft beers, wine, and cocktails.
Corner Tavern

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A neighborhood bar that stands near the intersection of Moreland and Euclid avenues. Cheap drinks flow and great punk rock DJs spin records throughout the night. The rooftop offers one of the best views of Little Five Points in the city.

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Expect all the usual Tex-Mex suspects at this Little Five Points Restaurant.
Elmyr

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This Little Five hangout serves burritos, quesadillas, and other Mexican favorites, with a heaping side of atmosphere and character. It's also a prime drinking spot, with plenty of beer (appropriate to the hipster-leaning environs, Pabst Blue Ribbon is available by bottle, can and tap), margaritas and specialty concoctions. It's a great place to grab a bite and a buzz before or after a show at Variety Playhouse.

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Inventive, reasonably priced fresh pasta dishes. Friendly, efficient service.
Java Lords

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This little spot also serves snacks and drinks during performances at the adjacent 7 Stages Theatre. It's got fair-trade, organic coffee, beer/wine/liquor, Internet, wall art, and events like open-mic Tuesdays. Limited baked goods.

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An L5P institution with big slices and a small patio. Budget-friendly.
Niramish

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Another Indian restaurant from the folks who brought you Planet Bombay.
Planet Bombay

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L5P eatery with thick, hearty soups (Mulligatawny, fresh mushroom), notable rice pilafs and Indian breads, good curried vegetable combinations and low prices.
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