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Mambo Zombi is a welcome respite amid bustling Edgewood Avenue
Though it opened in the lead-up to Halloween 2022, Mambo Zombi is definitely not a Halloween bar. Despite the mai tai and Singapore sling on the menu, it’s not a tiki bar. Also, if you’re looking for it—you’re right, there’s no sign. But it’s also not a speakeasy.
What’s the most Atlanta street?
Edgewood vs. Moreland: Two writers argue their case for which street is more uniquely Atlanta.
Review: Biggerstaff brewpub takes its food as seriously as its beer
Instead of feeling bloated with the usual “beer-friendly” fare, you’ll come away from Biggerstaff feeling like you’ve just eaten the best of your favorite farmers market.
The source of violent crime in Atlanta isn’t mysterious: It’s desperation, born by inequality.
We just need to be willing to see it, writes George Chidi.
BeltLine officials need cash to finish the trail network. What will it cost Atlanta?
BeltLine officials now say they need $350 million to complete the wildly popular trail network and want to create a Special Services District to help boost funds.
After construction mishap, fate of former Sound Table building is up in the air
The fate of the unit best known for Sound Table is uncertain, according to Tim Keane, the City of Atlanta’s planning department chief.
When Dillon Knight says you need to leave Sister Louisa’s Church, you better
At Church, the beloved Old Fourth Ward bar that helped turn Edgewood Avenue into a nightlife hot spot, it's Dillon Knight who helps keep the peace.
49. Joystick Gamebar
Arcade-themed bars may have surged in popularity in recent years—but when Joystick opened its doors, and its Mrs. Pac-Man machine, to Edgewood Avenue in 2012, it was a revelation. Joystick is still going strong as a self-identified “nerdy dive bar.”
42. Cafe Circa
Let CC’s Rooftop, Cafe Circa’s bar with a view, elevate you above the Edgewood Avenue bar scene both physically and literally.
How Ammazza, Gu’s Kitchen, and Nina & Rafi stack up against their original locations
In the course of a week, two beloved pizzerias (Ammazza Decatur, Nina & Rafi) and a revered Sichuan spot (Gu's Kitchen) each made a comeback of sorts. How do they stack up against the originals?
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