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A touch of Provence found in the Capital of the South

Atlanta was known as "Capital of the New South" after Reconstruction, and the name remains today, but has been shortened to just "The Capital of the South." It is home to Coca-Cola, one of the world’s largest airports, and Delta Airlines; it is here Gone With The Wind made its world movie premiere. After all, Margaret Mitchell had staged her book in Clayton County and Atlanta. It’s a city known for its cultural advantages, industrial power, hospitality and abundance of gourmet dining. In the latter category, Anis Café & Bistro is known as one of the best.

Anis is known as a French restaurant and rightly so, as it is owned by a Frenchman, Arnaud Michel. "I came to this country in 1989 from the southern part of France. I opened the restaurant in 1994," Arnaud explained. He brought with him knowledge of the gourmet cooking styles and foods that have made southern France one of the world’s most popular gastronomical pleasures. ...

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