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The Scoop: Only a very talented and creative chef could make casual street food so gourmet-quality delicious. It just so happens that the chef behind Spice Market is exactly that, with a slew of Michelin stars and a pretty dedicated foodie following to prove it. When Jean-Georges Vongerichten brought Spice Market to Atlanta, the city's foodies were all sorts of excited. And for good reason. Besides the absolutely jaw-dropping visual experience in the restaurant (more on that later), the dishes are packed with extraordinary flavor. The menu, based on the travels of Jean-Georges (which in itself sounds like an instant bestseller), reflects the kind of casual roadside fare that he tasted in countries throughout Asia. Of course, anyone in their right mind would love to try these firsthand on travels of their own, but we're happy to live vicariously through JGV--no passport required. Stepping inside Spice Market is a sensory treat on par with the exotic dishes served here. In other words, the interior is just as visually delicious as the food is tasty. The lofty dining room is decked out with plush cushions, an enormous overhead wooden trellis, and rope lanterns dangling above the tables. The dining experience at Spice Market is designed for sharing, from the interior to the dishes, and those cushy booths are begging for guests to relax and enjoy the international journey that Jean-George's menu reflects. Spend a couple hours sipping on those, nibbling on papadum chips, and sharing family-style plates of colorful, flavorful food, and you might feel like you do need a passport. Menu Highlights: Black Pepper Shrimp, $13 Spiced Chicken Samosas, $10 Ginger Fried Rice, $8 Red Curry Duck, $23 Cod with Malaysian Chili, $22 House-Made Ice Cream, $4/half pint Hours: Monday - Wednesday: 5 -10 p.m. Thursday - Saturday: 5 -11 p.m. Sunday: 5-10 p.m. Complimentary valet parking for three hours is available to all guests.
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