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  1. Alma Cocina

    191 Peachtree Street Atlanta, GA 30303 See Map
    Downtown's new midscale Mexican restaurant offers sublime taquitos, brilliant tequila drinks, and a warm atmosphere. It's an ideal spot to get sloshed in the middle of the day, "Mad Men"–style.
  2. Bell Street Burritos

    209 Edgewood Avenue 1816 Peachtree Street Atlanta, GA 30318 See Map
    Matt Hinton makes a Mission-style burrito that is one of the best east of San Francisco.
  3. Cinco y Diez

    1653 South Lumpkin Street Athens, GA 30606 See Map
    In a college town rife with cheap burritos, Hugh Acheson’s latest restaurant explores the fresher regional flavors of Mexican cooking, made with seasonal ingredients that sing of the South.
  4. Elmyr Restaurant and Cantina

    1901 Euclid Avenue Atlanta, GA 30307 See Map
    A Little Five Points treasure with tasty quesadillas and strong house margaritas. Open until 2 a.m. every night but Sunday, it's a great late-night option if you aren’t looking for waffles.
  5. Inc. Street Food

    948 Canton Street Roswell, GA 30075 See Map
    Sonoran hot dog (wrapped in bacon), chile relleno stuffed with smoked chicken rice, Chilean-style barbecued octopus with epazote and tomato-herb crema: Inc. Street Food’s Latin munchies will instantly put you in a good mood.

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