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    Restaurant Name: Bangkok Cabin Authentic Thai Cuisine
    Address: 3413 Cherokee Street
    Phone: (770) 427-5287
    Homepage: http://www.bangkokcabin.com
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    Restaurant Name: Bangkok Thyme Thai Restaurand Sushi Bar
    Address: 4969 Roswell Road, Suite 235-240, Sandy Springs, GA 30342
    Phone: (404) 389-0909
    Fax: (404) 303-0096
    Homepage: http://www.bangkokthyme.com
    Info: angkok Thyme Thai Restaurant and Sushi Bar is one the latest additions to the diverse dining scene in Sandy Springs, Georgia. Centrally located halfway between the affluent Buckhead area and the young exciting downtown Sandy Springs area, Bangkok Thyme is carving out a name for itself.

    Upon entering Bangkok Thyme Thai Restaurant and Sushi Bar, guests will be taken aback by the beautiful décor - a perfect blend of classic Thai woodwork and Japanese Shoji. The charming and relaxed ambience is enhanced by gracious Thai hospitality offered by this family run Thai/Sushi Restaurant in Atlanta.

    Whether your desire is Authentic Thai Food, Fresh Sushi, or delicious homemade desserts – Choose “Bangkok Thyme, Every Thyme”!
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    Restaurant Name: Bantam and Biddy
    Address: 1050 Crescent Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30309
    Phone: 404-907-3469
    Homepage: http://www.bantamandbiddy.com/
    Info: It took a few months for Shaun Doty’s sunny rotisserie chicken joint, which opened last fall in Ansley Mall, to find its true personality. At first customers ordered at the counter, but Doty soon realized that the laid-back and immediately loyal clientele would be happier with table service. And random dishes like pork schnitzel scattered with onions, parsley, and peanuts (a specialty at Doty’s defunct Inman Park bistro, Shaun’s) initially outshone the bird itself, which was inconsistently seasoned and frequently dry. That’s changed, happily. Now Doty and Lance Gummere—who was previously chef at the Shed at Glenwood and is, incidentally, Doty’s brother-in-law—run an operation that feels like a next-generation meat-and-two. The menu sprawls with sandwiches, salads, and entrees such as meatloaf with smoked tomato gravy or sauteed salmon with dill-mustard sauce. But I usually opt for the clucker, now crisp-skinned and precisely salted, with a dollop of spicy piri piri and sides that lean toward the Southern lexicon, like rice and beans or braised cabbage (an occasional special). For breakfast, go for the fried chicken and waffles: Its keenly engineered balance of sweet and savory served as a prototype dish for the menu at Doty and Gummere’s follow-up restaurant, Chick-a-Biddy, which launched in Atlantic Station in July and features wood-grilled and fried chicken.
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    Restaurant Name: Baraonda Caffe Italiano Restaurant
    Address: 710 Peachtree Street
    Phone: 404.879.9962
    Fax: 404.892.3973
    Homepage: http://www.baraondaatlanta.com/
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    Restaurant Name: Barbecue Street Restaurant & Catering
    Address: 3815 Cherokee Street
    Phone: (770) 419-2626
    Homepage: http://www.bbqstreet.com
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    Restaurant Name: Barberitos Southwestern Grille
    Address: 64 E May St Suite 6 30680
    Phone: 770-867-1809
    Homepage: http://www.barberitos.com
    Info: At Barberitos, we have spent countless hours perfecting our food selections to make them absolutely delicious. Our produce arrives daily, so you can be assured that your food is prepared fresh.
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    Restaurant Name: Barley's Sports Bar & Lounge
    Address: 338 Peachtree St NE
    Phone: (404) 522-7177‎
    Homepage: http://www.barleysatl.com
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    Restaurant Name: Barnacle's Seafood Oysters & Sports
    Address: 2125 Market Street
    Phone: (770) 418-9510
    Homepage: http://www.mybarnacles.com
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    Restaurant Name: Baroni Casual Italian Restaurant
    Address: 1745 Peachtree Street NE
    Phone: 404 724 9100
    Homepage: http://baroniatl.com
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    Restaurant Name: Basha Bistro Mediterranean Restaurant
    Address: 420 14th St Nw
    Phone: (404) 254-5611
    Homepage: http://
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    Restaurant Name: BR Baskin Robbins
    Address: 3153 Highway 278 Ne
    Phone: 678-342-6888
    Homepage: http://www.baskinrobbins.com
    Info: Nearly three-quarters of a century ago, two brothers-in-law shared a dream to create an innovative ice cream store that would be a neighborhood gathering place for families. Burton "Burt" Baskin and Irvine "Irv" Robbins had a mutual love of old-fashioned ice cream and the desire to provide customers a variety of flavors made with ingredients of the highest quality in a fun, inviting atmosphere.

    As a teen, Irv worked in his father's ice cream store. During World War II, Burt was a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy and produced ice cream for his fellow troops. When the war was over, the two entrepreneurs were eager to capitalize on America's love of ice cream.

    They started out in separate ventures at the advice of Irv’s father. In 1945, Irv opened Snowbird Ice Cream in Glendale, California. His store featured 21 flavors and emphasized high-quality ice cream sold in a fun, personalized atmosphere. A year later, Burt opened Burton's Ice Cream Shop in Pasadena, CA. By 1948, they had six stores between them. This concept eventually grew into Baskin-Robbins.

    As the number of stores grew, Burt and Irv recognized that to maintain the high standards they set in the beginning, each store would require a manager who had an ownership interest in its overall operation. Even though they didn't realize it at the time, the two founders had pioneered the concept of franchising in the ice cream industry.

    In 1949, there were more than 40 stores in Southern California when Burt and Irv purchased their first dairy in Burbank. This business decision allowed them to have complete control over the production of their ice cream, and the development of new ingredients and flavors.

    It wasn’t until 1953 that the ice cream chain dropped the separate identities of Snowbird and Burton's and became Baskin-Robbins. A local advertising agency, Carson/Roberts, advised a uniform identity and image under the name Baskin-Robbins 31 Ice Cream. Their recommendations included the "31®" logo to represent a flavor for every day of the month, Cherry (pink) and Chocolate (brown) polka dots to be reminiscent of clowns, carnivals and fun and lastly, the use of cartoons to bring their flavors alive with personality to graphically highlight the name and delicious ingredients. With this over-arching branding, Baskin-Robbins' iconic pink spoons were created with the belief that people should be able to try any of their many flavors without cost.

    In 1954, Baskin-Robbins put their product on the line against their competitors at the Los Angeles County Fair. That year they won their first Gold Medal and set the pattern for county and state fair participation, earning Gold Medals for Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream every year since that first contest.

    "Not everyone likes all our flavors, but each flavor is someone's favorite." — Irv Robbins

    Baskin-Robbins continued to expand, and by the mid-1960s, the company had become an ice cream empire with more than 400 stores throughout the United States. In the 1970s the chain went international, opening stores in Japan, Saudi Arabia, Korea and Australia.

    The franchise model created by Burt and Irv decades ago is still used by Baskin-Robbins today. We are 100% franchised, with each owner holding a stake in the business' success, while product development and merchandising are handled at Baskin-Robbins headquarters. This hands-on, small business approach allows franchisees the ability to create a strong presence in local communities all over the world. Through this franchise business model, we continue to provide innovative, high-quality ice cream treats to more than 150 million customers worldwide. And as a result, Baskin-Robbins has grown to become the world's largest chain of ice cream specialty stores, with more than 2,800 locations throughout the United States and 5,800 around the globe.

    Since 1945, we've introduced more than 1,000 unique, fun and delicious ice cream flavors. Our original top-selling flavors like Mint Chocolate Chip and Pralines 'n Cream continue to delight millions worldwide. Still, we continue to consistently introduce new, exciting flavor combinations, as well as ice cream industry-leading innovations such as hand-packed ice cream quarts, a unique flavor ribbon technique, the use of traditional dessert ingredients and the introduction of mousse-textured ice creams. From our introduction of signature ice cream cakes and the growing line of beverages, including our signature Cappuccino Blast®, our commitment to creating new and exciting products is unsurpassed in the industry. It’s all part of our mission to make the Baskin-Robbins neighborhood a tasty, fun place for our customers.

    "In the moments of greatest pride, Baskin-Robbins is composed of those who contribute in a special way to our fellow humans—helping to nourish that quality of childlike enjoyment, which is perhaps the most precious and hopeful part of our humanity."

    — Warren H. Schmidt, Associate Dean of the Graduate School of Business at the University of California, Los Angeles.
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    Restaurant Name: Battle & Brew - Food & Games
    Address: 279 Powers Ferry Rd.
    Phone: (678) 560-1500
    Homepage: http://www.battleandbrew.com
    Info: At Battle & Brew we are committed to bringing you the best gaming experience possible. Whether you choose one of our top of the line PCs or one of our awesome Xbox 360 setups, you and your crew will enjoy the latest games on the latest equipment at blazing fast speeds at all times. All of our games run on a gigabit network to ensure that there is no lag in your gameplay. We take a great deal of pride in offering the best gaming setup possible, but we are much more than that. Battle & Brew is far from your typical "room full of computers, geez I feel like I'm still at work" LAN geek fest. We go the extra mile to provide a relaxed comfortable atmosphere where it is just as much fun to chill out and have a beer in as it is to duke it out in an intense CounterStrike deathmatch with your buddies. So, if you are tired of the run of the mill babysitting LAN center, then come to Battle & Brew and experience gaming the way it was always meant to be played.
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    Restaurant Name: Bay Breeze Seafood Restaurant
    Address: 2418 Canton Rd
    Phone: (770) 485-9916
    Homepage: http://www.baybreezemarietta.com
    Info: Business Hours: Sunday - Thursday: 11am - 9pm Friday 11am - 10pm / Saturday 12pm -10pm
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    Restaurant Name: Bay Breeze of South Atlanta
    Address: 11440 Tara Blvd
    Phone: 770.471.9701
    Homepage: http://baybreezeofsouthatlanta.com
    Info: Bay Breeze of South Atlanta, located in the City of Lovejoy, offers everything from fresh grilled Rainbow Trout to your favorite seafood fried to perfection. We've been delivering top quality seafood in the Atlanta area for many years. We offer convenient take-out family packs for customers on the go. Come in with your family and give it a try. You'll be glad you did! You may also visit our sister locations Bay Breeze of Atlanta in Mableton, GA or Sea Breeze of Douglasville in Douglasville, GA.
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    Restaurant Name: Sam's Barbeque 1 Restaurant
    Address: 4944 Lower Roswell Road
    Phone: 770/977-3005
    Fax: 770/977-3006
    Homepage: http://bbq1.net/
    Info: BBQ1, located at 4944 Lower Roswell Road, specializes in catering and take-out barbecue ribs, shoulders, hog meat and sides. Keeping with competition quality, BBQ1 transfers the same barbecue competition cooking techniques used in professional competitions over to the kitchen. Sam Huff, professional team owner, brings years of barbecue cooking experience to the table. Come check out BBQ1!
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    Restaurant Name: The Beautiful Restaurant
    Address: 2260 Cascade Rd., SW
    Phone: 404-752-5931
    Fax: 404-758-4767
    Homepage: http://www.beautifulrestaurant-atlanta.com
    Info: The Beautiful Restaurant was founded in 1979. "Beautiful" came from the scripture "Acts 3:2." The concept of the Restaurant was and still is, founded on religious principles giving love, consideration and concern for the customers, as well as the preparation of the food.

    The Beautiful Restaurant has been featured in many magazines, publications and films. The lastest being "The Rise of The Southern Biscuit" released in the summer of 2005, and shown on the PBS television channel.
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