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7.7

Ok Yaki

$$$$

714 Moreland Ave SE Ste D, Atlanta
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Ok Yaki started as a pop up serving street foods from Osaka. The popularity of their crispy cabbage-based pancake, okonomiyaki, led to a brick and mortar in EAV. Now it’s served alongside delicious cocktails that have boba at the bottom—another reason why this Japanese restaurant is one of our favorite relaxed environments for any occasion. The open kitchen runs the length of the one-room dining area, so you can watch as the cooks make okonomiyaki on repeat all night. For a change of scenery, head outside to their surprisingly large patio and enjoy a shochu, which we like to order as a highball.

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