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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.

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Upscale to-go foods: sandwiches, soups, entrees, sides.
Cuerna-Vaca Supermarket

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Markets like Cuerna-Vaca Supermarket are a meeting place for Mexicans who want a taste of real home-cooked food minus the fluff. Egg dishes are available all day and the huevos rancheros will knock your socks off. Hulking platters of chicken enchiladas are served with mole (made with ubiquitous Dona Maria paste) or green salsa. The tender and crispy carnitas at the meat counter are prepared ahead of time so you can heat them at home for a lazy-night supper. This is one of those places that feels like Mexico, but you don't have to be a native to enjoy platter after platter of ridiculously enchanting Mexican soul food.
Little's Food Store

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Little's Food Store was once Little's Grocery, a Cabbagetown mainstay through thick and thin, opening up in 1929 and surviving on into the 21st century before shutting its doors in 2005. The new incarnation walks the line between reverence and rebellion, with a vibe that is a blend of old and new. The menu revolves around burgers and hot dogs — "little burgers," bigger burgers, dogs, sandwiches, breakfast basics all day, and a few daily specials. While you wait for the grill to get grooving on your order, browse the market and knock out some of your weekly errands.
No Mas Cantina and Hacienda

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This Mexican restaurant boasts a bit of a Tijuana Disney World vibe. The restaurant makes a strong, cinematic first impression, and there's a long, well-stocked tequila bar. The patio features a fountain and a view of a towering, Burning Man-style figure.
Super H Mart - Duluth

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Why “H,” you ask? Well, it stands for Han Ah Reum and, no, we don’t know what that means, either. But we certainly know it’s super. This New York-based chain of Korean hypermarts stocks a mind-blowing variety of Asian grocery items — organic produce, Japanese candy, rice wine, unidentifiable squid-based products, tofu, and seaweed out the wazoo. Ever seen a wall of kimchi or wanted to chose between 43 different flavors of soy sauce? Well, you can do so here. There are now three Super Hs in metro Atlanta, but our favorite, the first and hugest store, is in central Gwinnett. It was already clean and inviting, but a recent remodeling has left it even glitzier. In addition to groceries, it has a dizzying range of appliances, a large cosmetics department, cookware, and a vast selection of prepared food. And remember to come hungry so you can enjoy the kick-ass food court.
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