Top 5 Places To Dine Outside

Triple digit heat seems to be behind us,, so it's time to CELEBRATE!  It's WAY too nice to eat your lunch at your desk.  So grab your lunch and hit these great places to unwind in the middle of your day.

1. Sid's Sandwich Shop at Washington Park

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Let Sid's sandwich shop whip up your favorite sandwich, and it's less five minutes to Washington Park.  There you can sit on the bench, listen to the waterfalls, and just let it go.

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2. Nu-Way Lunch With Otis

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Grab some dogs from the Nu-Way on Emory Highway, head downtown to Gateway Park, and have lunch with Otis.  There are even some of Mr. Redding's tunes playing for your dining enjoyment.

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3. Fresh Air Barbecue at Amerson River Park

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Some pulled pork barbecue from Fresh Air will answer the call of hunger.  A quick drive down to North Pierce Avenue and you can find a nice peaceful spot by the river to enjoy your meal, Amerson River Park.  The park isn't huge, but it's big enough to feel like you're away from it all, offering a number of pavillions and overlooks of the Ocmulgee River.

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4. Joe D's at Ingleside Avenue Park

Visit Joe D's on Ingleside, grab a Po-Boy or one of their Cold Plates, and head on down one block to the Murphy Park on Ingleside.  Grab a picnic table, or sit on the swings with your sweetie, and have a great lunch in a great spot.

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5. Barefoot Tavern At Central City Park

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With burgers, sandwiches, wraps, and more, Barefoot Tavern has you covered for hand-held grub.  Grab it to go, and head on over to Central City Park.  With picnic tables, the gazebo, and the gardens, there are plenty of places to catch a breath of fresh air as you dine al fresco.

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