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Old 09-07-2015, 06:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Alicia64 View Post
Edited to add: they LOVE good bakeries. Any suggestions? Restaurants too that aren't too pricey?

You can walk to Henri's from the History Center -- it's just a block or so.

There a zillon other casual places around there, many with outdoor dining. They might like the Big Ketch, Your Pie, Cafe Jonah, Souper Jenny, etc. If you want to go up a notch but still have a casual experience try Portofino.
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Old 09-08-2015, 03:13 AM
Location: Atlanta
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OP, for food I think your boys might like Three Dollar Cafe more than you'd prefer, but they'd like the food and somewhat adult environment.

If I had to take then somewhere (you're going to have drive anyway so just accept it), I'd go with Dave & Buster's in Marietta. I took my nephew and his friend there to play games and even played a few games myself. I ate the most awesome burger ever and they liked the food too which is a win-win with picky eaters.
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Old 09-09-2015, 06:42 AM
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how about slingshotplay? just OTP along jimmy carter and 141. they have a bowling alley, go kart track and ninja warrior course
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