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The Atlanta Eats Restaurant Finder

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Café at the Corner

The Cafe at the Corner has been a Hapeville institution for years, and Atlanta Eats visited to learn about their incredible chicken salad, fresh made bread and pastries, and classically trained chef.

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cheese stuffed sausage at Hattie Marie's
Hattie Marie’s BBQ

A taste of Texas right at on our fingertips! Hattie Marie’s Texas Style BBQ and Cajun Kitchen is bringing finger licking good Port Arthur, TX flavor to downtown with NO apologies.

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the Greek sampler platter at Kafenio
Kafenio

Kafenio is the quintessential cozy coffee shop, with comfy seating, antique elements, and flavorful brews every which way you take your cup of Joe.

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Marco’s Pizza

Incredible tomato sauce, handmade dough, and fresh ingredients everyday are just a few things that make Marco’s one of the best pizzerias in the business.

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The Corner Grille

A little cafe in College Park that is changing the way people think of this sleepy town.

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The seafood platter from Tom, Dick and Hank.
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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Virgil's Gullah Kitchen-Afta Church Plate
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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