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"Relax, it's just eggs" is the motto at this favorite local diner. At Thumbs Up Diner, you'll find made-to-order breakfast and lunch diner classics like omelets, pancakes, burgers and fries. A popular favorite is the unique creation, "The Heap": seasoned pan-fried potatoes topped with a mound of scrambled eggs, cheese and pretty much anything else you'd like to add. If you're more in the mood for lunch, try a patty melt, black bean burger or a Southwestern specialty like catfish tacos. On the weekends, be prepared to line up with the locals as this is a hot spot for breakfast and brunch. Only cash is accepted, so carry ample change.
Dakota Blue is a relaxed, friendly and chilled out joint in Atlanta where young people gather for a consistent share of Mexican food and drinks. The humble owners, Alan and GiGi along with the rest of the staff are attentive, unpretentious and sweet to patrons busy feasting on brunch. Chef Tony is reputed as being extremely creative while preparing the dishes and the result is often an unbeatable treat. Favorites include the Veggie Burritos, barbecue Pork burrito and nachos. Sauces are amazing and kids are welcome.
Mi Barrio is a small little eatery that serves Mexican cuisines in heart of Atlanta. Patrons can relish a variety of Mexican delights like fresh tortillas; beef tongue tacos or ceviche to name a few. All dishes are reasonably priced and can be accompanied with margaritas or beer. The restaurant is an ideal place for all those who love Mexican food and to enjoy a meal in the company for friends or family.
For authentic Southern food with an authentic ambiance to match, Mary Mac's is the place to be. Stop by for everything tomato pie, beef turnovers and barbecued ribs to go with beer and cocktails. This bustling restaurant on Ponce de Leon has remained unchanged since 1945, and is as much a cultural experience as it is a culinary one. Regular favorites include the fried trout, baked or fried chicken, collard greens and sweet potato souffle. Catering and delivery services are available as well.
This pizzeria and restaurant combines chic decor with old world charm and creative takes on Italian dishes. Pizzas, made in a wood-fired brick oven, feature thin crusts that hold an extensive list of possibilities. Red or pink tomato sauces, mozzarella, goat cheese, brie, sun dried tomatoes, and arugula, paired with prosciutto, chicken, sausage, or mushrooms make it hard to choose from over 20 artful combinations. Baraonda's ravioli of the day and pasta in delicate cream or red sauces will delight anyone who wants a full meal.
Housed in the Studioplex loft development in the heart of the Old Fourth Ward, Serpas True Food offers contemporary Southern cuisine in a hip, urban environment. Step inside Serpas, and you'll find an expansive mural of a cotton blossoms, which pays homage to the building's history as a cotton warehouse. Exposed brick walls, warm lighting and a large patio with city views create a wonderful dining space. Founder and executive chef Scott Serpas explores his Louisiana roots on the restaurant's eclectic menu. Start your meal with Serpas' fabulous flash-fried oysters, and then try entrees like grilled tenderloin tips and shrimp are complemented by true Southern sides like creamy grits and collard greens. The restaurant also offers a decadent Sunday brunch.