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Atlanta Eats: Sandy Springs

The OTP corridor of Roswell Road has plenty of places to eat, no matter what the occasion. If you're in Sandy Springs and looking for a bite, here's a few suggestions.

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The OTP corridor of Roswell Road has plenty of places to eat, no matter what the occasion. If you're in Sandy Springs and looking for a bite, here's a few suggestions.

Breakfast
Egg Harbor -- English muffin, french toast, breakfast potatoes...eggs any way you want them...exactly what you want for breakfast.

Brunch
Flying Biscuit -- Everything you've come to expect from Atlanta's most recognizable brunch spot, right there on Roswell Road.

Lunch
Breadwinner Cafe -- If you like MetroFresh in Midtown, then the salads and sandwiches at Breadwinner will be exactly what you like. Lunch specials that give you change from a $10, and bottomless coffee, and it’s easy to see why the lunch line goes to (and sometimes through) the door.

Coffee
World Peace Cafe -- Looking for a little oasis of calm in your afternoon? World Peace Cafe serves up coffee, tea, and a selection of baked goods to take a time out from your shopping.

Take the Kids
Ippolito's -- With a long-established tradition of being a great place to take the kids in and around Atlanta, Ipps on Roswell Road is a great place to celebrate a birthday or anniversary with the whole family.

Take a Date
B's Bistro is tucked away in Sandy Springs Circle. From the outside it doesn't look like much, but when you get through the door it's a great bar and restaurant. Whether you're just looking for a few appetizers, or a NY Strip, you won't be disappointed with your decision.

Take the Boss
Double Zero Napoletana -- While Ippolito's has a family feel, Double Zero is a grown up Italian restaurant with a full bar, outdoor bocce court, and a menu that boasts traditional Southern Italian dishes like braised rabbit, grilled octopus, and lobster pappardelle with whole Maine lobster poached in butter.

After Work Cocktails
{Three} Sheets -- This cocktail lounge and restaurant brings a club vibe as the evening gets late. But if you're up for cocktails with your friends after work, this is a great place to get the party started.

Dinner
Brooklyn Cafe -- If you're looking for something satisfying that's not going to break your bank, or if you just want to sit outside on the patio and watch the summer evening in Sandy Springs, this is the place to do it.

After Hours
The Fred -- Downstairs from the Taco Mac Prado, and named for the beverage director of the Atlanta-based bar chain, The Fred is a great place to further your education about cocktails. But if mixology isn't your thing, there's always the huge beer menu. But if cocktails are your thing, and The Fred doesn't wow you, you can always head back to Double Zero or {Three} Sheets and try the drinks there.

Entertainment
The Punchline -- Atlanta's oldest comedy clubs has seen some of the best acts in the business over the years, and continues to attract the country's premiere comedy talent.

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