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  1. Barcelona Wine Bar

    240 North Highland Avenue Atlanta, GA 30307 See Map
    This splashy, Spanish-inspired concept in Inman Park offers Tempranillo varietals and a great selection of sherries to imbibe while snacking on cured meats and cheeses.
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  2. Carroll Street Cafe

    208 Carroll Street SE Atlanta, GA 30312 See Map
    We’ll concede that the charm of this bistro, tucked into a historic mill village storefront, seasons the dining experience, but the cafe hasn’t earned locals’ loyalty on charisma alone.
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  3. Holy Taco

    1314 Glenwood Avenue Atlanta, GA 30316 See Map
    Holy Taco has found a groove serving affordable and ever-nervier interpretations of Latin small plates. For restaurant-goers who feel that every place in town serves the same ingredients prepared in similar ways, this East Atlanta gem is an antidote.
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  4. Krog Bar

    112 Krog Street Atlanta, GA 30307 See Map
    Kevin Rathbun's wine-and-tapas bar promotes communal interaction rather than date-night tête-à-tête. The space is minuscule, and strangers start conversations over finger food such as duck prosciutto tramezzini and cured meats.
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  5. Lunacy Black Market

    231 Mitchell Street Atlanta, GA 30303 See Map
    Provocative chef Paul Luna returns to the scene with a Downtown restaurant that reflects a mellowed disposition. Tapas remain his metier and usually cost between $3 and $4. Hello, cheap date night.
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