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Omnivore - The Hash: John Kessler's Atlanta hotspots, Death Wish coffee, and more

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?"THIS COULD BE VOMIT": Spice up your nights out (responsibly) with shots like the Prairie Chicken or the Cement Kicker.
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?Faith restored: America's flagship Taco Bell was saved from total destruction.
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?Check out former AJC dining critic John Kessler’s “Atlanta’s New Hotspots” listicle, featuring La Calavera Bakery, Grain, Preserving Place, and more, in the October/November issue of Garden and Gun.
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?Forego a traditional Thanksgiving dinner in favor of a Thanksgiving brunch starring apple cider mimosas, iced pumpkin coffee cake, and eggs Benedict burgers.
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?You can't actually die from drinking too much coffee, but Death Wish's "strongest cup of coffee" contains enough caffeine to put you as close to it as possible.
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?Urban Outfitters has classed things up by purchasing a James Beard Award winner's Italian restaurants.
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?Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall is introducing "Golden Hours" happy hour every Tuesday through Friday from 3 to 7 p.m. Menu offerings include $4 draft beer, $5 house beef jerky, and $20 spiced horchata for 3 to 4 people.
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?ICYMI: Looks like you'll be baking your own sweet potato pies this year, because Patti LaBelle's have flown off Walmart's shelves. Or you can purchase a #PattiPie on eBay for a cool $45.