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All Fired Up: This pottery painting and glass fusing studio provides a comfortable environment where people of all ages can have fun and where families can play together. All Fired Up is the perfect place to explore your inner creativity and find the artist in you! 404-270-9048. www.allfiredupinc.com

Bank of America: Bank of America offers full-service banking solutions for your
financial needs. Among its features are free student accounts and no-fee mortgages for
homebuyers. The bank has locations in 29 states and over 16,000 ATMs nationwide.
404-329-4839. www.bankofamerica.com

Bad Dog Taqueria: Featuring a unique, international selection of meat and vegan tacos, burritos and salads. The focus is on natural ingredients sourced locally. Full bar as of August. Hours: Lunch, Mon.- Sun., 11:30-2:30. Dinner, Sun.-Thurs., 5-9; Fri.-Sat., 5-10. 404-370-8822; www.facebook.com/BadDogTaqueria.

Barnes & Noble Emory Bookstore: Opened in July 2010, this is a true multi-faceted bookstore, providing Emory students with current-semester textbooks, as well as Village neighbors with a wide selection of both classic and contemporary selections. It also features a diverse array of Emory-themed merchandise. Hours: Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., 12 p.m.-6 p.m. 1390 Oxford Rd.; 404-727-6222 emory.bncollege.com

Chipotle Mexican Grill: Fresh, local and organic (when possible) burritos and tacos.1401 Oxford Rd. Burritos and tacos. Hours: Mon-Sun 11 am - 10 pm, (404) 855-4990. www.chipotle.com

CVS Pharmacy: CVS is much more than a neighborhood pharmacy to fill
prescriptions. Its goal is to have a little bit of everything for daily, 24-hour, one-stop
shopping. It stocks thousands of items, ranging from milk to magazines to medicines
to mascara. 404-373-4534. www.cvs.com

Dave’s Cosmic Subs: Dave’s is a unique sub shop that incorporates ‘60s rock ‘n’ roll
atmosphere with sandwiches guaranteed to make you a repeat customer. It’s open
for lunch and dinner, seven days a week. 404-550-0453. www.davescosmicsubsatl.com

Doc Chey’s Noodle House: Named the “Best Noodle Bowl” by Insite Magazine,
Doc Chey’s serves dinner daily and lunches daily except Sundays. It features Asian
noodle bowls and stir-fries prepared from the freshest vegetables and meats.
404-378-8188. www.doccheys.com

Domino’s Pizza: As the world leader in pizza delivery, Domino’s is synonymous with
fresh, delicious pizza. It has a variety of sizes, toppings and crusts, including a new
dessert – Oreo Pizza. 404-370-3030. www.dominos.com

Emory Chevron: For 32 years Emory Chevron has provided a complete range of basic
auto repairs, including tune-ups, brakes, mufflers, tires, batteries and more. It features
both full- and self-service pumps. 404-373-7400. www.chevron.com

Emory Starbucks: Sharing brand-new space with the multi-story Emory Barnes & Noble, this handsome Starbucks (featuring stonework and a see-through fireplace) offers all your favorite coffee drinks, plus seasonal specials. It’s the largest Starbucks on a college campus, and one of the largest Starbucks in the Southeast. Hours: Mon.-Fri., 6:30 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sat. 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun. 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. 1380 Oxford Rd. www.emory.edu/dining/starbucks

Falafel King: An inexpensive menu of sushi as well as Middle Eastern food makes
Falafel King a unique and popular location for lunch and dinner. For example, you can
enjoy tasty falafel and schwarma or fresh fish or vegetarian sushi. 404-377-1716.

Ink & Elm: Drawing inspiration from Southern traditions and food culture, Ink & Elm's food revolves around local, organic, sustainable, and responsible procurement. The restaurant offers casual dining and drink in the Tavern, a more structured menu for a relaxed, refined meal in its Dining Room, and happy hour and oysters among other offerings in the Lounge. Valet parking available Tuesday though Sunday at 6 p.m. Hours: Tavern, Sunday -Thursday 4 p.m. to midnight; Friday and Saturday 5 p.m. to midnight; Dining Room and Lounge: Tuesday through Thursday 5 p.m.-10 p.m., Friday and Saturday, 5 p.m. -11:30 p.m., Sunday, 5 p.m. -10 p.m. 1577 North Decatur Road. 678-244-1541. inkandelmatlanta.com

Majik Touch Cleaners: All your cleaning needs can be met at Majik Touch Cleaners,
including clothing, rugs and leather. It offers dry cleaning, wash and fold, alterations
and shoe repair. MajikTouch Cleaners is open Monday through Saturday.
404-373-9119.

Panera Bread: This recently remodeled bakery-café, whose mission is “a loaf of bread
in every arm,” has a very comfortable and friendly dining room and patio – complete
with free Wi-Fi. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, Panera features fresh
breads and other baked goods, sandwiches, salads and soups. 404-373-4240. www.panerabread.com

Purple Corkscrew Wine Bar. The Purple Corkscrew features a wine room and lounge, with tables outside. On Friday nights the Purple Corkscrew has a contemporary jazz band (Jazz-min), and they are now open for brunch on Saturday. In. addition to wine, the menu includes dinner and dessert crepes. Below Saba at 1445 Oxford Road. 404-373-3263. www.purplecorkscrew.com

Railroad Earth: Railroad Earth is a full-service production facility foEmorr audio, video and
special events. It specializes in video production and editing, music composition and
digital design. It is also host to numerous performances and presentations.
404-373-4309. www.rre.net

Rise -N- Dine: Eat breakfast or lunchb at this popular Village restaurant, which has an eclectic and happy décor. It features many healthful options. Among its specialties are homemade granola, sweet potato pancakes, and a full complement of espresso drinks. 404-377-4407. risendineatl.com

Romeo's New York Pizza: Authentic New York pizza's are made in house from fresh ingredients, along with subs, calzones, salads, and wings. Open late 7 days a week:Sunday – Thursday 11:30 -10:00pm; Friday and Saturday 11:30 –till ? 1401-A Oxford Road. 404-373-6199. romeosnypizza.com

Saba: Completely renovated for a brighter, more open feel, Saba (featured in Atlanta Magazine as the city’s best new pasta restaurant in 2006) is open for lunch and dinner, specializing in pasta, sandwiches, and salads. 404-377-7786. www.saba-restaurant.com

Shield’s Market: Founded in Decatur in 1947, it is among Atlanta’s oldest remaining
independent butcher shops. Shield’s specializes in choice meats, including aged beef;
organic meat available by special request. It also has cheese; wines; local, pesticide-free
produce and breads from Alon’s. 404-377-0204.

Slice & Pint: This newcomer to the Village believes in four food groups: pizza, beer, chocolate and other stuff. Doug is made daily with organic flower and is fermented using two Italian years and a brewing yeast from a Belgian Trappis Monastery. S&P will be brewing its own craft beers by early next year. 1593 North Decatur Road. Hours: Monday-Saturday 11:30 a.m. to midnight; Sunday, noon to midnight. sliceandpint.com

Starbucks: This popular coffee house features coffee, tea, sandwiches, snacks and
pastries. Open all day, it’s a great place to enjoy some of their famous coffees and
other delicious foods while visiting with friends or catching up on studies or work.
Starbucks is a T-Mobile Hotspot.1569 North Decatur Road. 404-371-0060. www.starbucks.com

SunTrust: For three decades SunTrust has been meeting the banking needs of small
businesses and individuals, including home equity lines, money markets and
investments. It offers free checking for students. SunTrust is open Monday through
Friday, with extended hours on Friday. 404-728-1200. www.suntrust.com

Supercuts: This hair salon has been providing stylish services for men, women and
children for a quarter of a century. Its full range of services includes shampoos, haircuts,
blow-dries, color, waxing and facials. No appointment is necessary for these affordable
services. 404-371-0896. www.supercuts.com

Yogli-Mogli Frozen Yogurt: A great new spot for a cool, custom-made treat, located on Oxford Rd., in part of the old Druid Hills Bookstore space. It features 16 low-fat frozen yogurts, plus over 40 toppings. Everything is self-serve, so you can mix and match your favorite flavors and toppings. Hours: Mon.-Thurs., 10-10; Fri.-Sat., 10-11; Sun., 11-11. 404-377-2108. 1403 Oxford Rd. www.yoglimogli.com

You're A Hanger: Vintage clothing, affordable fashion. Oxford Road Hours: Mon-Fri, 6-9 p.m., Sat 12-6 p.m.. 205-616-7211. youreahanger@gmail.com

Zoe's Kitchen: Fresh ingredients are the heart and soul of Zoës Kitchen.It's tasty, Mediterranean-inspired recipes originate from the southern kitchen of founder Zoë Cassimus, drawing from her Greek heritage. Today, everything is still made fresh daily. Open daily, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., 404-377-9048. zoeskitchen.com/home.aspx

 

 

  
 

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