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Atlanta Cheap Eats 2015: Best New Cheap Restaurants Map

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It's Cheap Eats Week here at Eater, and we're celebrating all things food and drink that won't break the bank. Atlanta has many old standards for an inexpensive bite, but there are several new options, as well. Here now, 11 of the best new cheap restaurants in town.

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Ah-Ma's Taiwanese Kitchen

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There might be a wait, but it's worth it. Serving a variety of bao (steamed buns) and other authentic dishes, the small Midtown restaurant is often packed. [Photo: Ah-Ma's/Facebook]

Amélie's

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The Charlotte-based bakery opened in Westside last summer. Coffee options are from Magnolia and locally roasted Rev, and the menu includes French pastries, desserts, soups, salads, and sandwiches.

bartaco

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Bartaco opened a Westside outpost last July, and then followed with a location adjacent to Chastain Park in March. With tacos, tamales, rice bowls, and more, nothing on the menu costs more than $10.

Dish Dive

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The modern American cuisine at this tiny Kirkwood restaurant is reasonably priced, and with no bar, BYOB service helps to keep the tab low.

Elmyriachi

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The sister restaurant to Little Five Points burrito dive Elmyr opened a little over a year ago. It may be more grown up, but all of the Tex-Mex fare is priced under $10.

Gusto! Wood Fired Grill

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From former NFL quarterback Nate Hybl, Gusto follows the build-your-own, fast-casual, health-food trend. Dishes can be ordered as toppings for green salads or grains, or as a sandwich or wrap.

Mamak Malaysian Kitchen

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Mamak is a fine Buford Highway addition, offering an expansive menu of authentic Malaysian dishes. Many items range from $7 to $10, and the more expensive entrees top out around $15 or $16.

Masti Fun Indian Street Eats

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In addition to Indian street food, Masti offers a unique take on burgers, hot dogs, tacos, and more.

O4W Pizza

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The Irwin Street Market pizzeria has quickly become a big hit. It's one of Atlanta's best options for pizza by the slice.

Proof Bakeshop

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The Inman Park bakery from the Cakes & Ale team serves breakfast and lunch items, in addition to the solid pastries and breads.

Shake Shack

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Yes, Shake Shack is on this list. Some locals may think it's overrated, but diehard fans of the New York-based burger restaurant are unwavering in their love.

Ah-Ma's Taiwanese Kitchen

There might be a wait, but it's worth it. Serving a variety of bao (steamed buns) and other authentic dishes, the small Midtown restaurant is often packed. [Photo: Ah-Ma's/Facebook]

Amélie's

The Charlotte-based bakery opened in Westside last summer. Coffee options are from Magnolia and locally roasted Rev, and the menu includes French pastries, desserts, soups, salads, and sandwiches.

bartaco

Bartaco opened a Westside outpost last July, and then followed with a location adjacent to Chastain Park in March. With tacos, tamales, rice bowls, and more, nothing on the menu costs more than $10.

Dish Dive

The modern American cuisine at this tiny Kirkwood restaurant is reasonably priced, and with no bar, BYOB service helps to keep the tab low.

Elmyriachi

The sister restaurant to Little Five Points burrito dive Elmyr opened a little over a year ago. It may be more grown up, but all of the Tex-Mex fare is priced under $10.

Gusto! Wood Fired Grill

From former NFL quarterback Nate Hybl, Gusto follows the build-your-own, fast-casual, health-food trend. Dishes can be ordered as toppings for green salads or grains, or as a sandwich or wrap.

Mamak Malaysian Kitchen

Mamak is a fine Buford Highway addition, offering an expansive menu of authentic Malaysian dishes. Many items range from $7 to $10, and the more expensive entrees top out around $15 or $16.

Masti Fun Indian Street Eats

In addition to Indian street food, Masti offers a unique take on burgers, hot dogs, tacos, and more.

O4W Pizza

The Irwin Street Market pizzeria has quickly become a big hit. It's one of Atlanta's best options for pizza by the slice.

Proof Bakeshop

The Inman Park bakery from the Cakes & Ale team serves breakfast and lunch items, in addition to the solid pastries and breads.

Shake Shack

Yes, Shake Shack is on this list. Some locals may think it's overrated, but diehard fans of the New York-based burger restaurant are unwavering in their love.

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