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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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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 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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Homemade Meatloaf from Manchester Arms in College Park.
Manchester Arms

Atlanta bound British flyers don’t have to go far once they land – Manchester Arms in College Park will feel a little like home – with some American South sprinkled in. Since 2005, Manchester Arms has been serving home cooked meals for everyone in College Park in a bucolic neighborhood setting.

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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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Strawberry Watercress Salad from Restaurant 356 at the Porsche Experience Center.
Restaurant 356

At the headquarters of Porsche, you can have the ultimate dining experience and the ultimate driving experience all in one. Restaurant 356, located inside of Porsche headquarters with views of the Porsche Experience Center track, is one of the most unique fine dining destinations in the country. Named after Porsche’s first production car, Restaurant 356 features nods throughout the restaurant to Porsche’s history – from the leather seating to the art on its walls.

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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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Shrimp and Grits from the Real Milk and Honey in College Park, GA
The Real Milk and Honey

The restaurant boom in College Park started in one place – Real Milk and Honey. It’s one of the first black owned restaurants in the area that started the current brunch trend (that is showing no signs of letting up). People from all over Atlanta – and the country – come to Milk and Honey for the great vibes, loud music, awesome service and amazing food (like the best shrimp and grits in Atlanta).

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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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