Momonoki is a new spot in Midtown, and comes from the same team as Brush Sushi Izakaya in Decatur. Their menu includes things like ramen, katsu sandwiches, and donburi, and it’s one of the first places around to serve dipping ramen. They also have a cafe attached, called Momo Cafe, that has coffee, matcha, freshly baked pastries, as well as soft-serve flavors like black sesame and matcha.
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Bon Ton in Midtown is a New Orleans-inspired spot with seafood boils, Vietnamese food, and lots of fun drinks.
Mary Mac’s Tea Room
There are a lot of restaurants serving Southern food in Atlanta, but no place is more classic than Mary Mac’s Tea Room in Midtown.
Eats has been a mainstay on Ponce for a long time, and is where you can get pasta or meat-and-two options for super reasonable prices.
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Nakato Japanese Restaurant
Nakato manages to do hibachi without seeming too corny, even during the onion volcano - though you could get sushi or small plates here too.
The next time you’re looking for a celebratory dinner spot, go to Umi and get one of the three, multi-hour omakase options.
When you and seven of your friends want to drink cocktails and eat sushi on a big rooftop, head to O-Ku in Buckhead.
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Check out Lee’s Bakery on Buford Highway for Vietnamese classics like pho and some of the best banh mi in the city.
Little’s Food Store
Little’s Food Store in Cabbagetown is partly a convenience store, but their lunch counter also serves one of Atlanta’s best burgers.
Gu’s Kitchen is finally back serving their Szechuan cooking in a casual space up near Buford Highway.
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