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Over at Creative Loafing, Angela Hansberger takes a first look at Community Smith. Hansberger says diners can find good food and better cocktails at the Midtown restaurant:

In many ways, Community Smith is as charming as its [fox] mascot. The space is rather beautiful, and the different seating areas let you cater your dining experience to your mood. While I'm not quite convinced of Willix's "modern meatery" description, the food here is very approachable and the bar staff has its cocktail program down. Despite its efforts to achieve neighborhood appeal, most diners appear to be out-of-towners and hotel guests from next door. But Atlantans do love a good patio. Perhaps, once the rooftop beer garden opens as the weather warms, al fresco-loving locals hungry for outdoor dining will forge some of that community spirit Community Smith is going for.

THE ELSEWHERE AND THE BLOGS: Burgers, Barbecue and Everything Else enjoys a pleasant surprise at Ford Fry's The El Felix. Eat It, Atlanta says the patio, margaritas, and cheese dip will make Superica, Fry's Krog Street Market restaurant, a hit. Hot Dish Review likes the "hipster spin" on traditional Middle Eastern flavors at Last Word. Fried Chicken Lips says The Luminary is Atlanta's go-to for French brasserie fare, but Weekend Eats ATL thinks the restaurant needs to step up its game. Hunger Pangs in Atlanta has a good experience at Barcelona Wine Bar, but won't sit at the loud bar again. Atlanta Restaurant Blog finds an incredible Sunday supper deal at American Food and Beverage. Friday Date Night gives Bistro Niko a 4 out of 5. Marie, Let's Eat! enjoys the burger and falafel, along with the lengthy beverage list, at The Porter Beer Bar.

Community Smith

866 West Peachtree Street Northwest, , GA 30308 (678) 412-2402 Visit Website

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