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DeKalb County

The Alden.

B-Side and Deer and the Dove.

Cafe Bombay.

Cafe Lily.

Chai Pani.

Chom Chom Vietnamese Kitchen.

Feedel Bistro.

The General Muir.

Gu’s Kitchen.

Havana Sandwich Shop.

Hot Betty’s Breakfast Bar.

Kategna Ethiopian.

Kimball House.

Lagarde American Eatery.

LanZhou Ramen.

Leon’s Full Service.

Matthews Cafeteria.

NFA Burger.

Pea Ridge.

Po’Boy Shop.

Rising Son.

Snackboxe Bistro.

Taqueria del Sol (also locations in West Midtown and Cheshire Bridge).

Taylor’d Bar-B-Q.

Tigi’s Cafe.

Vietvana.

Wagaya (also a location in West Midtown).

Takeout items from Momonoki include (clockwise from upper left): chicken karaage bowl, poke bowl, a pastry assortment, shrimp katsu sando and egg custard sando. CONTRIBUTED BY WENDELL BROCK

Intown Atlanta

10 Degrees South, Biltong Bar and Yebo Beach Haus.

A Mano.

Aix.

Alma Cocina.

Argosy.

Aria.

Auto Spa Bistro.

Babs.

Bacchanalia.

Banshee.

Bell Street Burritos (also a location in Tucker).

BoccaLupo.

Bold Monk Brewing.

Boxcar.

Busy Bee.

Cafe Lapin.

Colonnade.

Das BBQ.

D.B.A. Barbecue.

Delbar.

El Ponce.

Empire State South.

Feed ATL.

Fia.

Food Terminal.

Full Commission.

Gu’s Dumplings.

Gunshow.

Halfway Crooks Beer.

Hazel Jane’s.

Kin No Tori Ramen.

Lake & Oak.

Lazy Betty.

LLoyd’s.

Local Three.

Mediterranea.

Miller Union.

Mission + Market.

Momonoki.

Nakato Japanese Restaurant.

OK Yaki.

Olive Bistro.

Pizza Jeans.

Poor Hendrix.

Redbird.

Rina.

Salaryman.

Serpas True Food.

Seven Lamps.

Southern Belle.

Staplehouse.

Taco Pete Bistro.

Talat Market.

Ticonderoga Club.

Two Urban Licks

Upbeet.

Urban Wu.

Varuni Napoli.

Villy’s.

Whiskey Bird.

Wonderkid.

Wrecking Bar Brewpub.

This takeout feast from Great Sichuan includes (from upper right): zhajiangmian (noodles with ground pork, cucumber and fermented soybean sauce); tea-smoked duck; pork with chive flowers; white rice; spicy boiled fish fillets (two containers); and salt and pepper shrimp (center). CONTRIBUTED BY WENDELL BROCK

North Fulton

Cibo e Beve.

Coalition Food and Beverage, Osteria Mattone and Table and Main.

Great Sichuan.

Huh! Natural and Real Food.

Persian Basket Kitchen & Bar.

Restaurant Holmes.

Southern Bistro.

Southern Street Corn (foreground) is new to the Catfish Hox menu while the Tomahawk Tacos (background) remain a staple. The latter feature crunchy fried catfish fillets with pico de gallo and chipotle lime aioli on corn tortillas. They garnered top honors at the Taste of Marietta two years in a row. LIGAYA FIGUERAS / LIGAYA.FIGUERAS@AJC.COM

Cobb County

Antico Pizza.

Catfish Hox.

Drift Fish House and Oyster Bar.

Fire Stone Chinese Cuisine.

Garden & Gun Club.

Heirloom Market BBQ.

Marietta Square Market.

MTH Pizza, Muss & Turner’s.

Paces & Vine.

Piastra.

Pinch of Spice.

Porch Light Latin Kitchen.

Spring.

Two Birds Taphouse.

Yakitori Jinbei.

This order of tacos from La Mixteca Tamale House includes asada, carnitas and chorizo. CONTRIBUTED BY WENDELL BROCK

Gwinnett County

Bare Bones Steakhouse.

Cafe Raik.

Good Word Brewing.

Kurt’s Euro Bistro.

La Mixteca.

Papi’s Cuban Grill (also locations in Cobb, Fulton and DeKalb counties).

Peachtree Cafe.

Pho Ga Tony Tony.

Taqueria del Mar.

At Socks’ Love Barbecue: A two-meat plate with brisket, pulled pork, slaw and cowboy beans. Courtesy of Wendell Brock

Credit: HANDOUT

Credit: HANDOUT

Forsyth and Cherokee Counties

Bub-Ba-Q.

Lake Burrito.

Socks Love Barbecue

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