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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Urb?n Restaurant Review: Mix and Rebecca McCrory launched what is one of suburban Atlanta's most highly regarded neighborhood bistros. Its clean, Cal-chic styling reads like a page out of a Melrose Avenue play book, but its food is warm and regionally rooted. In season, Vidalia onions enjoy a featured role in numerous dishes, such as the house signature onion bisque. Tasty flatbreads make not only good bar munchies, they also serve well as a light lunch. The chorizo-cabrales cheese combo registers as our favorite, but roasted duck with fig preserves rates highly as well. Dining tapas style is not only possible here, it's encouraged, thanks to a wide assortment of options from cocktail ribs with a Zinfandel-black pepper glaze (have them with the Avinyó Cava Brut) to semolina-dusted fried oysters with pasilla cream. Assemble enough of them and dinner's done. Or choose one to start a meal. Fish and seafood are headliners, but main dishes include meat and poultry representatives. If room in your tummy permits, go for the crema catalana for dessert. Frequent menu changes keep things interesting. This wine list, while short, offers a wide range of intelligent and well-priced choices, with most offered by the glass. Sparkling wines lead strongly, including Billecart-Salmon, and a good number of Spanish wines are on the list. The only miss is the lack of a good still rosé, an omission for which there is no excuse in today's market.