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Jerusalem Bakery

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It is impossible to visit this Middle Eastern bakery and leave with just one item. This store is sure to delight locals and tourists alike.

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An Irish pub with a good beer selection, busy but friendly bartenders and a slammin' Irish breakfast menu. $5 martinis on Tuesdays.
REV Coffee

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Eclectic coffee shop — which, by the way, provides java to many nearby restaurants — features local art and open-mic nights.

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Darwin's Burgers and Blues

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The legendary bar attracts patrons with live music coming from fresh talent in the blues community. Chef Akin heads the kitchen, which serves tasty burgers and wings for lunch and dinner. Weekdays mostly feature Darwin's alumni musicians and other local bands.
Ege Sushi

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The authenticity of the food and the Japanese staff suggests Ege could be in Anytown, Japan. It did take the specials menu to fins some of the restaurant's best dishes. Ask for it. Demand it. You'll find ponzu mirugai, chunked and friend giant clam. Service is at turns gracious, annoyed, flustered, complimentary, and loving. There are two serves on the floor on the busiest nights. Thanks to Ege, Atlanta has a Japanese restaurant with more modest aspirations -- to be exactly what you might find on the corner in some Japanese neighborhood.
Heirloom Market BBQ

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With its subtle Korean influences, Heirloom Market consistently turns out some of the best and most unique barbecue in town. If you want to sample a wide array of Heirloom's Far East meets West meat-and-three mastery, the Georgia Sampler is the way to go - two trays piled with pulled pork, smoked chicken, a quarter rack of ribs, then your choice of brisket or turkey or Texas beef sausage (go brisket), and three sides as well. You can't deny Heirloom's mac and cheese, but the Korean-influenced sides are especially worth exploring. Kimchi slaw or green tomato kimchi are musts and work wonders alongside smoked meats. Take out or standing room only on patio.

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Who'd have thought a chain serving enormous volumes of food could be this good? Spectacular etouffee, lovingly prepared gumbos, delicately broiled seafood and mountains of fried stuff are turning out crowds that cause 90-minute waits. Go early. Real early.

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Executive Chef Paolo Tondo delivers in this authentic Italian restaurant located in suburbia
Roy's Cheesesteaks

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For those Smyrna-bound, the first thing you see when exiting I-285 at South Cobb Drive is a long impersonal stretch of gas stations, motels, and fast-food joints. If you're stopping to get refueled food-wise, it's worth veering just slightly off the main thoroughfare toward this tidy haven of brotherly love and Philly cheese steak goodness. The brainchild of Roy Brostrand, the South Jersey native who founded the Philly Connection in the early '80s. With juicy, flavorful meat and generous portions, this restaurant may be the only Atlanta eatery to get the cheesesteak right.

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Muss & Turner's

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Part gourmet grocery, part sandwich shop, part cooking school, part neighborhood bistro. Weeknights, the restaurant feels cozy and intimate. Weekends, the place turns into a scene that feels energizing to be a part of. Chicken liver mousse, beef tartar, standout desserts from the pastry case and an exceptional beer list may prove that dinner here is just what your hungry soul needs.
Rocco's Pub

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Although it moved a few dozen yards from its original location, this long-running bar and restaurant is beloved by locals for its welcoming, blue-collar vibe and its prize-winning house chili.

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Opened by a former pastry chef with the Buckhead Ritz-Carlton, this charming shop serves breakfast, sandwiches and a wide range of decadent pastries.
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