Most 24-hour businesses only offer stuff like emergency health services, gas, or Toddle House Omelets, which eventually lead back to the first two. Always on call to put you in swanky new duds: A. Dom's.
Started by an African businessman who styles such ATL luminaries as Devyne Stephens and Dominique Wilkins, Dom's is an upscale clothier peddling snazzy, high-quality private label suits, shirts, and ties 24 hours a day; they say they can meet you at the shop anytime, and "if you want to buy, just call" -- just like Mighty Putty, except it will do nothing to help you repair gutters/pull Mack Trucks. They've got plenty of 100% soft cotton dress shirts, including short-collar designs like the brown/blue pinstriped "Family Man" (with square brown buttons), the white/maroon, pin-up-girl-lined collar/cuff "Napolitan Snow", and the spread-pointy collared, organic cotton "White Musketeer", which you just knew was coming once they released the new Kit Kat. There're also subtly shiny, metallic-hued Super 100s to Super 180s virgin wool suits (black, gun metal, brown), with adjustable-waist pants and tailored cuts; finish the look with striped, solid, or dotted silk ties, which you can get solo or in silk-covered box sets with cufflinks, a clip, and a pocket hankie, but no pocket hanky panky, cause you need a hole in your pocket to do that, and Dom makes top-quality stuff.
Dom's also carries plush cotton tees from Afro-Italian brand FAGNIDI, and even has its own French Bordeaux they'll gladly pour as you shop; anthropomorphizing it, he says you'll enjoy "all his gustative pleasures" -- the opposite comment of what could be said to your ER doc.