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Serpas

Chef Scott Serpas’s menu features some of the best Southern comfort food you will find with succulent exciting twists.

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Rathbun’s

Kevin Rathbun is one of the best chefs in the world (just ask anyone who’s eaten at his restaurants). He’s cooking some of the best food anywhere right here in Atlanta.

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4th and Swift

Jay Swift can do anything. Forget that he does all his own photography and that he’s just been named Georgia Restaurantur of the Year for his restaurant, 4th and Swift…and you still have to remember that he’s a fantastic chef.

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Noche

Before Noche came to town, Atlantans already had a couple of tapas places to choose from, notably Hector Santiago’s (now closed) Pura Vida, but Noche made high quality tapas something diners could do a couple of times a month without going broke.

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Kiosco

This autentíco Columbian kitchen brings a taste of the old country to Cobb County.

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10 Degrees South

Embark on an appetizing adventure and savor the exotic flavors of South Africa in a seductively ambient environment.

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Matthews Cafeteria

Matthew’s Cafeteria in Tucker is one of those rare places: a beloved neighborhood institution whose reputation is known all over the city. It’s been feeding families for as long as anyone can remember.

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Gio’s Chicken Amalfitano

The menu at Gio’s offers bold flavors showcasing their bone-in, moist, lemon infused chicken that is artfully used in a select array of dinner options.

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Goldberg’s Deli

There are some things that transcend Atlanta’s fabled brunch culture. Beyond the deviled eggs and the skillet scrambles, beyond the 45 minute waits to be seated when all you want is something to much on the go, is something much simpler: bagels.

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