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  1. Better Half

    349 Fourteenth Street Atlanta, GA 30318 See Map
    For nearly three years, Christina and Zach Meloy (who met in Costa Rica, Christina’s home country) served weekly dinners at their PushStart Kitchen supper club, first out of a basement studio in the Goat Farm Arts Center and then out of their own loft.
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  2. Cafe Dominicano

    4650 Jimmy Carter Boulevard Norcross, GA 30093 See Map
    This wonderfully homey Dominican restaurant transcends its unremarkable ambience. Oxtails, pig’s feet, and other humble cuts of meat bob in mildly seasoned stews. Mornings bring awesome plates of green plantain mash with tripleta.
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  3. Eclipse di Luna

    764 Miami Circle Atlanta, GA 30324 See Map
    Since the nineties this dimly lit tapas joint has thrived as a twenty-something hangout. Tapas rule the menu, and kitchen stays relevant by occasionally weaving in new dishes that speak to current trends.
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  4. Escorpion

    800 Peachtree Street Atlanta, GA 30308 See Map
    Riccardo Ullio's latest project, in the former Eno location a few blocks north of the Fox Theatre, is perfectly adequate as a casual Latin American restaurant and truly magnificent as a tequila bar.
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  5. 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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