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5 Rockin’ Sandy Springs Restaurants with Delicious Dishes Under $20

5 Rockin’ Sandy Springs Restaurants with Delicious Dishes Under $20

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Sandy Springs’ popular Food That Rocks event may not be unfolding in the same way this year but the organization is still dedicated to helping local restaurants through this difficult time.

Now through July 10 visit any of the participating Food That Rocks establishments, try something new, and vote for the “Best Dishes of Sandy Springs” here. To help you get started we have rounded up some of our local favorites we think you’ll enjoy!

Bogartz Arts Famous Duck Club1) Bogartz Food Artz—The Famous Duck Club ($16)

For a lunch that is a cut above check out this savory sandwich that put Bogartz on the map! House-cured smoked duck, thick cuts of bacon, provolone, arugula, remoulade, and tomato jam complete this decadent masterpiece that is sure to send you off into the post-lunch food coma you deserve. 227 Sandy Springs Pl. NE., Ste. 502. Instagram.com/bogartzfoodartz

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Pulpo Al Carbon at Casi Cielo2) Casi Cielo—Pulpo Al Carbon ($18)

Escape south of the border with daring bites at Casi Cielo. This boundary-pushing appetizer delights with the fresh charred grilled octopus, topped with a veggie glaze and salsa veracruzana served over a mix of rustic potatoes and Oaxacan pork rinds (chicharróns). Anything but ordinary this dish is best enjoyed out on the patio, cocktail in hand. 6125 Roswell Rd., Ste. 200. Instagram.com/casicieloatl

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Hammocks Trading Co. Oysters, Lobster Roll, and Salmon. 3) Hammocks Trading Co.—BBQ Oysters ($14)

Seaside gone southern, sucking down BBQ Oysters on the patio at Hammocks Trading Co. is a Sandy Springs staple. A half dozen oysters chargrilled with bacon and lime, this no-frills appetizer is ideal for sharing with the gal pals over a margarita or with your date on a cozy date night in. Not an oyster lover? The Salmon Roasted in banana leaves and Lobster Roll are perfect seafood entrées for those that crave fresh flavor with a little less salt! 7285 Roswell Rd.  Instagram.com/eatathammocks

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Hotter than July Pizza at Hearth Pizza Tavern4) Hearth Pizza Tavern—Hotter than July Pizza ($11)

After a long day sometimes the best pick-me-up is a pizza—hot, ready, and a family favorite, Hearth Pizza Tavern kicks the heat (and flavor) up a notch with their Hotter than July Pizza. The base of this savory pizza starts with red sauce topped with soft fior di latte cheese and with robust capicola and pepperoni. Prepare to break a sweat though as you bite into the pickled jalapeno and Datil Bee Awesome Hot Honey toppings. 5992 Roswell Rd. NE. Instagram.com/hearthpizzatavern

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Banana Pudding from Tupelo Honey5) Tupelo Honey—Heavenly Banana Pudding ($6.75)

Finally, what would a meal be without dessert! Our favorite sweet treat, the Heavenly Banana Pudding from Tupelo Honey. Made from scratch, the texture of the ripe bananas is balanced perfectly with the creamy vanilla pudding. Topped with fresh whipped cream and classic Nilla wafers this divine dessert will have you looking for your grandma in the kitchen. 4600 Roswell Rd., Bldg C., Ste 110. Instagram.com/tupelohoneycafe

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