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Lobster Mac and Cheese from Aye Tea Elle in College Park.
Aye Tea Elle

Things in College Park’s Aye Tea Elle are simply elevated. Between the cool, calming lighting, the colorful decor, or the white, baby grand piano, everything at Aye Tea Elle captures the eye. But besides being great for date night – and your social media feed – the food is also top notch, with jumbo lump crab cake, lobster mac and cheese with smoked gouda, cajun alfredo penne pasta, lamb lollipops and much more.

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Hugo's Oysters from Hugo's Oyster Bar in Roswell, GA
Hugo’s Oyster Bar

At Hugo’s Oyster Bar in Roswell, the atmosphere is always casual. But that doesn’t mean they take it easy in the kitchen. Hugo’s food is five star, using the freshest ingredients from the gulf and the best recipes from New Orleans.

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The Vegan Platter from Desta Ethiopian Cuisine.
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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Lloyd's beer from Arches Brewing in Atlanta, GA
Arches Brewing

It’s fitting that a brewer focused on the flavors of the world would be near the World’s Busiest Airport. That’s what you’ll find at Arches Brewing in Hapeville. They’ve been creating old world lagers since 2016 using their science based backgrounds to tinker with water, grain, hops and yeast.

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Ponko Chicken

Where does East meet West in the South? At PONKO chicken! This Japanese inspired fast casual restaurant was a Stone Mountain institution until it took a break for a few years after the 2008 recession.

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Casi Cielo - Tacos de Cochiniillo
Casi Cielo

Mexico is a big country, with more than the typical flavors you’re used to seeing. In Oaxaca, they have their own brand of Mexican cuisine, and Casi Cielo in Sandy Springs brings all of those flavors to Atlanta.

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The Lemon Tart with a cantaloupe sorbet from the Alden.
The Alden

Alden in old English means “old friend” – and it also happens to be chef Jared Hucks’ middle name. So it only made sense that The Alden restaurant celebrating the “convivial feeling of being amongst old friends” would take on the eponym.

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Lobster and Steak from Cabernet.

Walking into Cabernet is walking into classic steakhouses of the past.

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Bold Monk Brewing Co.

West Midtown’s Bold Monk Brewing Co. is inspired by its namesake – with a facility that feels tranquil including an art gallery space, cask room and abbey/bookstore, you can find inner peace while sipping on Belgian style beers. But the flavors are bold as hell.

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Scofflaw Brewing Co.

During the early 20th century American prohibition, a newspaper in Boston asked what to name individuals who weren’t breaking the law by brewing or distilling, but were breaking it by enjoying the drinks. The term “scofflaw” was created to identify these individuals scoffing at the law. Atlanta’s Scofflaw brewing pays tribute to this history with each of their delicious beers and canned cocktails.

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Karvelas Pizza Co.

There are three f words you can use to describe Karvelas Pizza Co. – Fun, Family and Freaking good pizza. A family owned pizzeria that has a neighborhood hangout atmosphere in all of their locations (Hogansville, LaGrange, Newnan and West Point), they’re the best place to have fun OTP in every direction. They’re also no slouches in the kitchen.

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Socks’ Love Barbecue

Steve Hartsock created Socks’ Love BBQ after discovering a passion he had for cooking, which led to him leaving a career in construction for one in catering, and eventually to his brick and mortar Socks’ Love BBQ location.

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Sweet Auburn BBQ

The story of Sweet Auburn BBQ is a quintessential American immigrant story, and at the center of it is Betty Hsu. Betty, her husband and children created the first Chinese restaurant in Henry County. The family would often spend more time in the restaurant than at home, but it’s where they learned Southern Hospitality, and where Betty’s children honed their skills.

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One Flew South

One Flew South is a globally recognized restaurant, thanks to having the only Michelin starred restaurant in an airport, at Hartsfield Jackson. Influenced by the global travelers who visit the airport and using local ingredients, One Flew South features menu items from around the world, curated by world class chefs. Now, they’ve added a second location right off the Atlanta beltline, where chef Todd Richards can have more freedom to flex his muscles around the menu – including smoked and grilled proteins from their patio.

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Sweet Hut Bakery

Sweet Hut Bakery and Cafe is an Asian focused bakery with incredible sweet and savory options for every palate. Owned by the same restauranteurs behind Atlanta’s Food Terminal, Sweet Hut makes their Malaysian, Southeast Asian and Japanese inspired menu accessible for folks who have never tried an Asian pastry before.

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