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1029 Edgewood Ave. NE (Hurt St.) Send to Phone
Charming neighborhood bistro where neighbors gather for delicious pizzas, pastas and value-priced main dishes.
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Dinner Mon.-Sat., Brunch Sun.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED The Inman Park Patio Restaurant Review

: This spot houses one of the neighborhood's most charming bistros; a place where neighbors can gather for lovely pizzas, even building your own from selected ingredients. Starters to target include the butter bean salad, a nifty treatment of this Southern veggie staple, with roasted red peppers, feta cheese and lemon. Plus, an order costs just $4. Butternut squash ravioli with sage brown butter has almost become an Atlanta cliché, but here it tastes good. The plump little pillows burst with flavor, and the butter sauce is just browned enough. Serious main dishes cost so far under $20 per item, you can't believe it. The herb-crusted ahi tuna, served properly rare, sports baby field greens and caponata---a rarely seen eggplant-pepper Italian classic that's traditionally served at room temperature, but here is served warm. Figure on the chocolate cookie coma for dessert, or share the crème brûlée. This fabulous wine list constantly changes its contents and keeps up with what's new in the marketplace. Glassware is good, too, a major plus whenever the wine tasting environment is this good. Sunday Brunch includes sandwiches and chicken pot pie for mains, besides egg dishes.

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