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Pizza from Jen Chan's Supper Club
Jen Chan’s

At Jen Chan’s, Eat Supper Together isn’t just a slogan for the restaurant – they live it with their Cabbagetown community and all of the guests around metro Atlanta who stop by. Owner Jen Chan started the restaurant with her wife Emily in early 2019, and after two shorts years – and one pandemic – they’ve become a neighborhood favorite.

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A buttermilk brined fried chicken sandwich from Branch and Barrel in Alpharetta
Branch and Barrel

Branch and Barrel at Alpharetta’s the Avalon has one of metro Atlanta’s best combinations of a chef-forward menu and incredible bourbon. Whether it’s the braised beef brisket, braised baby back ribs, or buttermilk fried chicken sandwich, each dish has incredibly fresh ingredients and the whole menu is filled with the comfort-food classics just like grandma used to make them.

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Tin Lizzy’s Cantina

Tin Lizzy’s has taken traditional TexMex and upgraded the terminology to one that evokes more flair.

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New York Strip from Pampas Steakhouse in Johns Creek.
Pampas Steakhouse

A legendary Atlanta steakhouse, Pampas Steakhouse has been serving Johns Creek residents incredible, Argentinian style steaks for nearly 20 years – and has gained the attention of Zagats, Wine Spectator and others for their delicious food, top notch service, and beautiful decor.

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Sauteed Trout from Capers in Kennesaw.
Capers

Capers has been making customers happy with mouthwatering, fresh seafood dishes and a menu focused on New American favorites for nearly 20 years. Owned by a husband and wife team, they aim to make every visit feel like home. Check out this Kennesaw based, black owned, neighborhood family restaurant any time you’re in Northwest Atlanta.

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Kevin Rathbun Steak dry aged USDA Prime.
Kevin Rathbun Steak

Kevin Rathbun Steak is just steps away from the famous Atlanta Beltline, but it’s more than access to Atlanta’s most frequented attraction that keeps customers coming. With a modern sexy dining experience, and the incredible service you find at Kevin Rathbun’s restaurants, you’re in for a great night with every visit.

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24 Karat Gold Pancakes from Breakfast at Barney's.
Breakfast at Barney’s

The story of Breakfast at Barney’s all starts in a name. Owner Barney Lee Berry, Jr. never really loved his name, until he realized that it made him stand out from the crowd. Well, that and his food of course. With a background from Glenville, GA Barney knows southern comfort food and brings it for the many customers lining outside the door of his downtown ATL restaurant.

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Afta Church Plate from Virgil's Gullah Kitchen.
Virgil’s Gullah Geechee Kitchen

Gullah Geechee culture is entwined with the South, and Atlanta in particular, and at Virgil’s Gullah Geechee kitchen, they celebrate that culture to a T. A celebration of love – and the oldest black culture in America – Virgil’s makes those Gulla Geechee low country favorites, along with soul food and rice based dishes that folks in the South love.

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Miso Sea Bass from The Select
The Select

The Select Restaurant in Sandy Springs is the perfect place for anyone who likes food, wine, and/or a good time. Located right next to the City Green *open container* park, The Select provides the unique option to take your drink down to the scene!

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Man Chun Hong

Buford Highway’s most high end, delicious Chinese restaurant is Man Chun Hong. Owner Jason Chang was born in Korea but his parents are from China. They emigrated to Korea and came to the US when he was 8 years and his entire history influences the menu at Man Chun Hong.

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Tin Lizzy’s Cantina

Tin Lizzy’s has taken traditional TexMex and upgraded the terminology to one that evokes more flair.

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Rosati’s Pizza and Sports Pub

This Chicago style sports pub in Sandy Springs has been serving up deep dish pizza, Chicago style hotdogs, and authentic Chicago style beef since 1964 with recipes dating back to the 1890’s.

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Breakfast at Barney’s

The story of Breakfast at Barney’s all starts in a name. Owner Barney Lee Berry, Jr. never really loved his name, until he realized that it made him stand out from the crowd. Well, that and his food of course. With a background from Glenville, GA Barney knows southern comfort food and brings it for the many customers lining outside the door of his downtown ATL restaurant.

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Capers

Capers has been making customers happy with mouthwatering, fresh seafood dishes and a menu focused on New American favorites for nearly 20 years. Owned by a husband and wife team, they aim to make every visit feel like home. Check out this Kennesaw based, black owned, neighborhood family restaurant any time you’re in Northwest Atlanta.

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Desta Ethiopian Kitchen

Desta is often called Atlanta’s best Ethiopian restaurant – and for good reason. They focus on familiar items on their menu, but with the flavors and preparation of Ethiopia. Everything is served with freshly made Injera flatbread, which can take a long time to make since it’s fermented before baking.

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Tom, Dick and Hank

When Hank Johnson was looking to name his restaurant, he wanted to stand out from the common Tom, Dick and Harry places everyone was used to. So what else to name it but Tom, Dick and Hank! Johnson focuses on the backyard BBQ favorites like brisket, ribs, smoked chicken and pulled pork – plus fresh veggies like squash and zucchini.

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