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posted on November 20, 2008 at 8:47 am
Cheap Eats: The Mercantile
I’ve been known to linger a tad too long in specialty food stores — picking from what I imagine to be the owner’s ideal kitchen cupboard makes food shopping more personal. The Mercantile (1660 DeKalb Ave., 404-378-0096, www.themercantileatl.com) in Candler Park obviously reflects the style of owners Samantha Enzmann and Janea Boyles. Click here to read the rest…

Mouthful: Dumplings

CAFE 101: 101’s pan-fried potstickers had the table moaning after one bite. What sets these dumplings apart is their shape. A ball of flavorful ground pork is placed in the center of a super-delicate dumpling skin and loosely wrapped like a cannoli. Click here to read the rest…

Liquid Diet: Star Jazz and Blues Lounge

OH, STARRY NIGHT: Castleberry Hill’s nightlife can get quite rambunctious, and those seeking a more relaxed hangout have few options. But Star Jazz and Blues Lounge, situated on the quieter side of Peters Street, provides an oasis. Owner and comedian Don “D.C.” Curry has created a chill hangout that is cozy yet sleek. Click here to read the rest…

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