Braised pork and veal meatballs with mascarpone grits. Photo courtesy Baffi

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The June Hit List: Baffi, 8ARM, Casa Tropicale, and More

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As the weather warms and many Atlanta diners reenter the world of restaurants, this summer brings a wave of promise for the perilous state the dining industry has been in since the pandemic started.

For this month’s list of recommendations, we’ve picked some restaurants that are new and some that are not, from an Italian newcomer to a Japanese wine bar to a destination for Southern classics. All are must-visits for the summer. Here’s our June list of spots to support throughout Atlanta. 

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