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Sister Louisa's Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium

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Owner Grant Henry, aka Sister Louisa, has built a national reputation for his pub's kooky religious knickknacks, late-night ping-pong tournaments on Mondays, and organ-backed karaoke sessions on Wednesdays. The pub emerged in 2010 as one of the driving forces behind the historic Old Fourth Ward's revitalization.
The Sound Table

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The Sound Table is as much a dance club as it is a restaurant. It's a showplace for some of the best DJs around, both in the downstairs dining room and next door at Space 2.
Simply Seoul Kitchen

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The Ponce City Market stall from Holeman and Finch alumna and kimchi chef Hannah Chung serves steamed buns in flavors such as vegan mushroom with kimchi, beef bulgogi with kimchi, and more.

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Provides services for homeless men and women in transition. The recently reopened Sunday brunch at Cafe 458 features a menu prepared by Chef Tiffany, and all proceeds benefit Samaritan House.
The Spirit of Sweet Auburn

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Founded by the the late Charles E. Johnson, who was affectionately known as "the Mayor of Sweet Auburn," the Spirit of Sweet Auburn's mission is to restore the historic street to its former prominence by making it a vibrant destination again.

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Staplehouse

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Opened nearly two years after co-founder Ryan Hidinger passed away from cancer, Staplehouse specializes in prix fixe and à la carte new American cuisine, such as a chicken liver tart, blue crab with sunchoke, and cauliflower custard. The restaurant's net profits benefit The Giving Kitchen, a nonprofit that provides assistance to restaurant workers in crisis.

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What began as a small grassroots group has blossomed into the Southeast's leading resource for homeowners and builders who want to live in or craft more energy-efficient abodes. Southface sponsors the Earthcraft green-home certification program and is now involved in commercial green-building projects. Lots of volunteer opportunities, as well as educational workshops.

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Approachable cuisine with an edge by South Louisiana native and chef/owner Scott Serpas.
Serpas

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This is chef-owner Scott Serpas' first solo venture after stepping out from under the Concentrics umbrella where he worked for three years as chef at Two Urban Licks. Serpas has an upscale Southern menu, sometimes with a New Orleans twist. The restaurant itself is great on the eyes but hard on the ears when it's crowded. Reservations required for parties of eight or more.

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Owned and operated by chef Hugh Acheson and Empire State South beverage manager Dale Donchey, Spiller Park is a coffee shop done right, serving artisanal coffee, tea, espresso, a freshly baked Sublime doughnuts.
Space2

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Adjacent to the Sound Table in Old Fourth Ward, Space 2 serves as a secondary event space for that venue (hence the name).
Spice to Table

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Through her newest venture, the Indian-inspired bakery/cafe Spice to Table, chef/owner Asha Gomez invites guests to expand their knowledge of Indian food (an ancient, geographically vast, and incredibly diverse cuisine) beyond buffet tikka masala. The cafe serves lunchtime offerings that change daily. Expect a few varieties of kati roll, or Indian flatbread, roasted and spiced vegetables, and baked samosa pockets (as long as they haven't sold out). Gomez's beloved chai tea, available hot or iced, is always available. Try it with her signature carrot cake.
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