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The Resy Guide to the Best Outdoor Tables in Atlanta

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The weather is growing more consistently pleasant in Atlanta, and temperatures remain mild, which means one thing: It’s patio time. Luckily there are plenty of options throughout the metro area, from leafy garden patios with firepits to street-level decks ideal for people-watching.

Whether it’s Steven Satterfield’s vegetable-forward cooking in West Midtown, a Louisiana-style feast in the Old Fourth Ward, or a favorite Decatur spot for oysters, we’re here with 11 essential picks for enjoying Atlanta’s best cooking outdoors.

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