This global yogurt chain has caused quite the stir among fro-yo freaks in Atlanta. The tangy, nonfat yogurt only has 25 calories per ounce and is sweetened with fruit sugar. No nasty artificial sweeteners here, and it's made on-site with sustainable products. Asian-inspired flavors such as taro and green tea pair beautifully with the multitude of toppings.
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Many local ramen-yas have popped up, attempting to establish superiority, but Jinbei still reigns supreme. The broth made buttery with broken-down pork and chicken bones cooked on low for hours on end, springy yellow noodles, and tender spirals of pork are still a go-to when you are under the weather, hungover, or just hungry.
From chef Todd Ginsburg and the team behind The General Muir, Yalla specializes in Israeli and Middle Eastern cuisine, including shawarma, kebabs, and more.
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The oldest pub in Dunwoody, and one of the oldest in Atlanta serves 16 different British and European beers in a classic pub atmosphere, in addition to wine, scotch, and British fare.
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You have your choice of burgers here. You can have them made with chopped grass-fed beef, bison, or naturally raised turkey. There's also a grilled chicken breast and a veggie burger, along with hot dogs. Buns are white or whole wheat. And there are gluten-free buns and fries.
South African-inspired menu, cocktails, and wine list. In Phipps Plaza.
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