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Toronto visiting Midtown Atlanta - looking for recos

1azymf | Dec 1, 201410:01 AM     7

Hi all,

I'm visiting Atlanta from Toronto, Canada and for the first time, I'll be staying in the midtown area (Artmore Hotel). I don't have a car, so anything within walking distance or a reasonable uber (under $10??). I've visited before for work and I've been to Fox Bros, The Nook, Heirloom BBQ.

My criteria is great food (I'm open to any cuisine, anything exceptional to Atlanta) and preferably $50 and under, though I'm willing to pay a little more for an experience. Based on my research on the board and the great threads from previous visitors, I've noted down the following restaurants that are "worth while".

-JCT
-Ecco
-ESS
-Bacchanalia
-Umi
-Tomo
-Restaurant Eugene
-Silver Skllet
-H&F
-Pig&Chik
-Morelli
-Arepa Mia
-Gu
-One Eared Stag

Is there anything else I might be missing? I'm already in-town so any updates would be greatly appreciated.

Umi Sushi Express
Tomo Japanese Restaurant
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