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This tiny convenience store looks like somewhere you’d drop in for a candy bar or a gallon of milk. And yes, you could in theory buy a Mounds bar here, but more important to know is that they also serve one of Atlanta’s best burgers. If you were disappointed by your first lunch, or you’ve had enough of group brunches, squeeze into Little’s for a stack of their thin, crispy patties on a potato bun and make sure to remember to grab whatever you came in for in the first place.

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The First Timer’s Guide To Eating & Drinking In Atlanta

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