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21. Indulge in a fantasy 
Southern feast

A multicourse phantasmagoria gleaned from our 
finest regional restaurants

To nibble: “In Jars” 
at Empire State South, an array of spreads served in mini Mason-glass crocks—that typically includes deviled ham, trout mousse, pickles, pimento cheese topped with bacon marmalade, and boiled peanut hummus. Read More

36. Eat the world on Buford Highway

A long, appetizing stretch of international cuisine

As ethnic cuisine destinations go, cities like New York and Los Angeles have distinct neighborhoods like Little Italy, Chinatown or Koreatown, and Tehrangeles. Read More

43. Eat old-school

Grab a bite at a few of Buckhead's old favorites

I come from a Buckhead family. My father’s parents live off of West Wesley and my mother’s parents reside near Chastain Park. I grew up in Garden Hills, and my first job was fry guy at Buckhead Diner; I made those blue cheese potato chips and Kevin Rathbun was in the kitchen. Read More

45. Find a Madeleine moment

And satisfy your sweet tooth

Though the green-and-white awning is no longer there and a fancy cappuccino maker has replaced the old percolator, the \Henri’s Bakery of today is still very much like the Henri’s of my childhood. Read More