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1271 Glenwood Ave SE, Atlanta
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Innovative dishes, chic lighting fixtures, dark blue draperies that divide the dining area, and a bird wallpapered bar make Banshee the nicest place in EAV. And menu items like the sweet potato agnolotti with tender lamb will make you forget you're in the super casual neighborhood. It all adds up to being the perfect spot if you’re planning a pull-out-all-the-stops date on that side of town. Plus, how many other fancy restaurants bring in a DJ after 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays and serve late-night hot dogs from Screamin’ Weenies on their back patio? Buckhead could neva.

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