Nuevo Laredo Cantina
This Mexican restaurant is an Atlanta staple with a huge fan base, they will not disappoint. If you go during peak weekend hours expect a wait time...
If you like Mexican food this place is a great first place to try weekends are crazy busy so don't try (just kidding but yeah it's really busy bring a salad so you can eat in line🤣 if you are hungry). I usually get the chimichaungas no gauc
“James Beard award-winning chef Steven Satterfield's farm-fresh, updated Southern cooking is simple and elegant. The farm egg baked in celery cream with grilled bread is considered a top-10 Atlanta dish. The restaurant has one of the best vegetable plates in town, offers a killer wine list, and the lunchtime-only ice cream sandwiches are the perfect post-meal treat.”
“Amazing seafood and solo traveler friendly sit at the oyster bar or main bar ”
“Satto Thai and Sushi Bar 4.0 **** (51) · Thai Contemporary, airy space dishing out an array of Thai favorites, plus creative sushi rolls. 768 Marietta St”
“Anchoring the west end of the Sweet Auburn historic district, the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History opened May 1994 in Atlanta. A special library of the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System (A-FPLS), it is the first public library in the Southeast to offer specialized reference and archival collections dedicated to the study and research of African American culture and history and of other peoples of African descent. In 2001 the library received a Governor's Award in the Humanities.”