Ethnic Eats in the Empire City South
Over the years, Atlanta has become a culinary mecca, not just for fine dining. Dozens of ethnic groups have settled here, bringing affordable tastes of faraway lands. Pick a country and it's surely represented in some part of the Perimeter.

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Aussie Fare in Suburban Atlanta

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I've lived in Marietta for most of my life and spent many days wandering past the Australian Bakery Cafe before going in. I assumed that they served all sorts of weird delicacies, like kangaroo. But before moving to Australia for a year, I went in and had one of their signature meat pies. It was as good if not better than the ones I had down under and the staff is mostly Australian expats. They also have less adventurous dishes, like sandwiches, as well as a full range of desserts. The store sells everything an Aussie expat living in Atlanta might need, namely Vegemite and their favorite Cadbury chocolates. Australian Bakery Cafe hosts bluegrass concerts on the weekends and brings in a big lunch crowd of people working in the courthouse and around Marietta.

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by Caroline Eubanks
AFAR Local Expert
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