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Papi's saves you the trouble of a long journey to the Caribbean, transporting you to tropical lands through its delicious creations. Always bustling with activity, the restaurant's energy is infectious, and it is hard not to have a good time as you enjoy the great food and drinks. Specialties of the house include the Cuban Masitas de Puerco and Vaca Frita, as well as delicacies from around the Caribbean. Confections like Cuban guava pastries and Caribbean rice pudding are homemade, and ensure that your meal ends on a sweet note.
The Busy Bee is a hometown favorite for no-nonsense, down-home cooking. The locals outnumber tourists, a telling indicator of the Busy Bee's style. Red faux-leather booths line one wall, opposed by an old-time diner-style counter with red false-leather topped stools. No fancy New Southern pretenses here, just bona fide Dixie standbys like fried chicken, oxtails, smothered pork chops, fresh fried corn, greens, and candied yams. The marriage of soul food and Southern tradition is a happy one, and it comes pretty cheap, too.
Enjoy the delectable Tex-mex cuisine at Superica, located on Krogg Street. With live-music and an outdoor patio, Superica aims to offer a relaxing ambiance ideal for a night out with friends. Wholesome Mexican cuisine tailored to suit the American palette, the restaurant offers delicious versions of classics like fish tacos, fajitas, enchiladas, nachos and much more. Creative cocktails perfectly complement the flavorful food served. The fun-filled and inviting atmosphere of the restaurant will make you want to stay a little longer.
Located at Krog Street in the heart of Inman Park neighborhood, Makimono serves Asian fusion delights. The eatery is popular for its creative Sushi Rolls and Asian rice bowls, all at affordable prices. The must try Sushi rolls are The Lambada (a combination of spicy tuna, salmon, avocado, eel sauce, spicy mayo, and fish roe), The Lion King (a combination of crab salad, seared salmon, avocado, cucumber, parmesan sauce, eel sauce, and fish roe) or their rice bowls like Shrimp Tempura Bowl or Kimchi Pork Belly Bowl. Meals can be accompanied with creative cocktails. Makimono is open for lunch and dinner.
Fred's Meat & Bread is an American burger and sandwich specialty fast food restaurant in Atlanta. Located in the bustling Krog Street Market, this eatery is known for its classic sandwiches such as the Italian Grinder, handcut French fries including BBQ and Cumin fries served with Harrisa Mayo sauce, and old school pop sodas. This small yet cozy American fast food restaurant is also renowned for its fresh, homemade bread used in sandwiches and the most delicious cheese steak that you can lay your hands on in Atlanta.
A smaller and more focused version of Gu's Bistro is making the rounds in downtown Atlanta. Gu's dumplings, the eponymous restaurant headed by Chef Gu and his wife presents delectable dumplings, some fiery noodle dishes and stir-fried delicacies. With a combined 70 years of experience under their belt, these native Szechuan owners infuse their dishes with authentic Chengdu elements that makes the flavors come alive. Those with a more iron-cast stomach can try the spicy Sautéed Chicken with Chili Peppers, while those with meeker palates can nibble on the Zhong Style dumplings. Vegetarian options are available too.