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The Round-Up: July 6-10

13 Jul The Round-Up: July 6-10

What was buzzing in the media this week? Which upcoming events do you have to go to, or which menu items do you have to try? Here’s a recap of what went down and what you need to look forward to!

#ICYMI – the Atlanta Journal-Constitution featured the “First Look” for Pizza Crosta both online and in print.

Let’s play a game… or two! Access Atlanta suggests heading to Twain’s, Diesel Filling Station and Pijiu Belly to play some bar games while dining.

Atlanta Magazine raved about Hi-Five Diner, noting its iconic design and simple yet delicious cuisine.

Buzz continues for The Comet Pub & Lanes, the latest concept by the guys behind Twain’s, this time with a feature story by Creative Loafing.

The latest issue of Jezebel magazine arrived with great stories including a full-page announcement of DEFINE body and mentions for Vine & Tap’s great patio and suggesting dinner at One Sushi + for the perfect week.

Makan will be celebrating its one-year anniversary in style, and both Zagat and Access Atlanta suggest getting your tickets for the luau.

Where can you get a great deal on a good beer? Access Atlanta says DBA Barbecue is the spot!

Eater Atlanta suggests recovering from last night at Pijiu Belly, Hi-Five Diner and Makan as great new brunches in the city.

Take the kids to an interactive pizza-making session at Pizza Crosta, allowing kids to prepare their own pizza for only a $2 fee. Get the scoop from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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