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Where To Eat And Drink In Emory Village
Emory Village has some unique, solid options for quick eats and a few sit-down spots that have date night potential.
Shield's Meat Market
Hidden inside the CVS off North Decatur Road is Shield’s Meat Market, one of the oldest butcher shops in Atlanta.
Dave's Cosmic Subs
Dave's Cosmic Subs has more than 30 sandwich options, and although we haven’t tried them all (yet), we’ve had our fair share and there isn’t a single one we wouldn’t recommend.
Wagaya, which also has a sister restaurant in West Midtown, is arguably the most popular dinner spot in Emory Village, and for good reason.
With regular, gluten-free, and vegan options, almost everyone can get in on the sweet treat action at this Atlanta-based kosher cookie company, which has three metro locations, including this Emory spot.
Falafel King’s building is small but impossible to miss, thanks to a beige pillar on top that serves as a beacon, pointing you toward excellent falafel and other quick eats.
This relaxed counter-service spot features a range of Asian dishes and hails from the team behind Doc Chey’s.