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Zunzi’s

Zunzi’s, a sandwich shop that first opened in Savannah, has made its way to Atlanta, and we couldn’t be happier about it. Their subs combine South African, Swiss, Italian, and Dutch influences, which means you’ll find sandwiches with things like boerewors (a South African sausage), vegan frikkadels (meatballs), and curry chicken salad, most of which are topped with what they like to call “sh*t yeah” sauce. It’s exactly what you want for lunch when the last three days have been a blur of turkey and swiss. Get one to go, or stay and hang out on their patio with a craft soda.

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