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by Emily L. Foley and Lisa Horten | Jezebel magazine | February 16, 2011
West Midtown's newest home shop, The Suite Spot, takes the guesswork out of housewarming gifts with a wealth of luxury home and bath products at your fingertips. Plus, one visit and you'll know: You deserve a gift for your abode, too. 1465 Chattahoochee Ave., 404.891.1000, suitespot.net   Forget driving into the city. Now you can get a true wine tasting experience OTP. Sip Wine offers a selection of international wines that can be enjoyed by the “sip,” glass or bottle, and pair perfectly with tapas such as the lobster sweet corn stack. 12635 Crabapple Road, Milton, 770.475.7121, sipwineshop.com
  Need a new watering hole? Check out Buckhead’s Gypsy Stag, a laid-back bar with better-than-average grub and no attitude. With two bars, a huge patio and food served late into the night, this new hangout leaves you with little reason to ever leave. 3188 Roswell Road, 404.846.8989, gypsystagatlanta.com
  Now the hottest trend in hair care—Keratin treatments—have gotten the green treatment. KeraGreen offers amazing straightening and strengthening results using nontoxic ingredients, so you can rest easy knowing that you aren’t sacrificing health in your pursuit of beauty. 659 Auburn Ave., 404.577.2460, aviarybeauty.com
Get artistic at florist Gina Humphries’ new shop, Mezcla. The Spanish word for “blend,” Mezcla offers a mix of home, garden, art and jewelry pieces by artisans across the Southeast—all handpicked by Humphries. The inventory will be ever-changing, so you get the joy of rediscovery every time you shop. 2320-A Virginia Place, 404.846.7910, mezclacollection.com

Cafe Jonah and the Magical Attic, the new latest venture from Souper Jenny’s Jennifer Levison, opened its doors on Paces Ferry Place this week. "It's inspired by how I live and places I've visited, particularly old-fashioned European cafes. Guests will enjoy a slow pace to connect or spend time alone with a meal or cup of tea in the cafe," says Levison. Cafe Jonah, named for Levison's 7-year-old son, will offer gourmet coffee service, breakfast, lunch and "grab and go" prepared items with an emphasis on fresh, local and organic ingredients. The upstairs “Magical Attic” will serve as a place to retreat and disconnect, complete with psychic readings and reflexology. Expect hometown favorites like Holeman & Finch baked goods, Cake Hag desserts, Batdorf & Bronson coffee and gluten-free goodies from Sally's Bakery. 3119 Paces Ferry Place, call 404.256.7687 (Souper Jenny) for more information.