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Wine Shop: Perrine’s

There are plenty of places to find quality wine in Atlanta, but Perrine Prieur is the only shop owner who can claim to have grown up among the grapes that she sells.
Lion Tamer Bread

New Bread: Lion Tamer Bread

Almost every day, Brian Dulisse folds and kneads up to 120 rustic rounds of sourdough, rye, and other breads by hand.
Atlas

New Fine Dining: Atlas

Is that an original Picasso hanging above your booth? You bet your caviar it is. But despite the abundance of museum-quality art, Atlas is more than just a beautifully designed space. It’s also a wonderful place to dine.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Butcher: Pine Street Market

With one of the friendliest smiles in town, Rusty Bowers doesn’t look like someone who breaks down animal carcasses for a living.
Marcel

New Late-Night Menu: Marcel

There’s no better place to sate your late-night cravings than Ford Fry’s upscale steakhouse on the Westside.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Tea Shop: Zen Tea

The front room of this Buford Highway treasure is stocked with some of the world’s finest teas. The friendly, knowledgeable employees will gladly steer you to fine pours like matcha green tea, smoky oolong, or a delicate Chinese white tea.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Place to bring the kids (& eat well, too): Novo Cucina

Toys, a self-service wine station, and orders that come out faster than your two-year-old can say “more snacks!” mean Riccardo Ullio’s Italian outpost is about as family-friendly as a restaurant that doesn’t serve corn dogs can get.
Busy Bee

Fried Chicken: Busy Bee

The intoxicating aroma of this soul food institution’s signature dish hits you before you’re even halfway to the front door. With a featherlight crust that flakes onto the table and into your lap, and flesh as juicy as potlikker, this chicken is as hallowed as the restaurant itself, which opened in 1947.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Dish for Two: Chuletón at Cooks & Soldiers

The best steak we tasted all year was this dry-aged, bone-in ribeye weighing in at a heart-stopping 2.2 pounds. Served with a Tempranillo bordelaise sauce, the hunk arrives with a crusty, smoky sear and meat so velvety that it might as well be custard.
Best of Atlanta 2015

New Coffeehouse: Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee Company

This ITP expansion of the 10-year-old Roswell-based chain is an oasis of calm in the hubbub of Atlantic Station. The slick marble bar and industrial tables can get packed, but the space is full of natural light.

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