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Dinner with a Show: Gunshow

For those looking to break from the usual restaurant ritual, Kevin Gillespie’s corner in Glenwood Park is the answer.

Expense Account Meal: Bone’s

Since 1979, Buckhead suits have filed into our city’s oldest steakhouse for deftly seared rib-eyes, polished waiters in starched whites, and a 20,000-bottle wine list that even has a magnum of the cult wine Screaming Eagle.

Food Court: The Great Wall Supermarket

One part grocery store and one part food court, this Duluth market is a magnet for the local Chinese community.

Coffee: Octane

Give yourself over to the masters behind the brew bar, where baristas—who look too cool but are actually helpful—serve seasonal, single-origin brews.

Southern Diner: Home Grown

At an institution that seems a lot older than it is, co-owner Kevin Clark provides an invaluable sense of place and history with classics that highlight our city’s roots.

Second Act: Asha Gomez

Four days. That’s all it took for Gomez to rebound after locking the door to Cardamom Hill, which attracted national attention but not enough local allegiance.

Japanese Restaurant: Tomo

Once a quiet sushi bar in a Vinings strip mall and now a glittery mecca in the Ritz-Carlton Residences, Tomo is the one place to indulge in a multicourse omakase, which you must order five days in advance.

Trailblazer: Kimball House

We aren’t surprised that a bunch of alums from Brick Store Pub and Leon’s Full Service are causing a ruckus—locally and nationally—in a remodeled train depot in Decatur.

Brunch: One Eared Stag

Think brunch is boring? Tell that to Robert Phalen, who tops fluffy biscuits with fried chicken and a rich sausage gravy and nestles soft-poached eggs in a bed of curried chickpeas.

Farm to Table: Cakes & Ale

In a city obsessed with local ingredients, Billy and Kristin Allin are our shining stars from their charming nook in downtown Decatur.

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