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  • Food Ideas

    If you're looking for unique Atlanta dining destinations for your reunion, we have some delicious choices. 

    Gladys Knight and Ron Winan's Chicken & Waffles serves its signature combo of fried chicken and syrupy waffles.  The Varsity is an Atlanta icon and the world's largest drive-in.  Brush up on your Varsity Lingo and order a naked dog, bag of rags and an F.O. – they'll know what you're talking about. 

    There's also  Paschal's where civil rights leaders met during the '60s to plan marches, The Busy Bee Café, one of Atlanta's best soul food spots since 1947,  The OK Café, serving all three meals, and the Sweet Auburn Bread Company, where you can find Chef Sonya's famous sweet potato cheesecake and hummingbird muffins.  Jim & Nick's Bar-B-Q has four locations serving made-from-scratch Southern goodness. 

    Hop on Camp Creek Parkway to Camp Creek Marketplace, East Point's newest shopping and entertainment center right off the interstate and minutes from the airport. Savor Southern comfort favorites at  This Is It! BBQ & Seafood. Bring the kids to family-favorite restaurants, such as Longhorn Steakhouse or catch the game at new fan favorite  The U.

    Downtown East Point's restaurants are known for their delicious food, great hometown service and family-friendly atmosphere.  Thumbs Up Diner specializes in classic American fare featuring blue plate specials and breakfast all day.  Oz Pizza and  East Point Corner Tavern have outdoor patios perfect for catching up over a tasty meal with family and friends. Many of East Point's restaurants offer private space for large groups, specialty group menus and cuisine that fits every taste and budget.

    Click here to view a complete list of  dining options to fit everyone's mood.

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