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Snackboxe Bistro

After your third lunch of a turkey and “whatever condiment in the fridge isn’t expired” sandwich this week, you became determined to make sure at least one dinner is able to break the Groundhog Day streak of blandness you’re currently on. Snackboxe Bistro, a Lao street food spot in Doraville, is one of the best solutions. The wings and nam khao crispy coconut rice are two of the best options, but make sure to “accidentally” order too much food so you’ll have something exciting to bring for lunch tomorrow.

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