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Atlanta Rising

Georgia's capital enters the top tier of restaurant cities
John Mariani
Issue: June 15, 2003

Just a year ago, one could say that Atlanta was a very good, very diverse restaurant town. But now, with the recent addition of some dazzling dining venues and bright young chefs, the city has achieved parity with New Orleans as the most exciting place to dine out in the South.

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