Food & Drink

Beers and pizza on ATL's sexiest new rooftop

Finally offering a legal way to get high and eat pizza in L5P is Cameli's, which has gloriously expanded into the weirdest most creative part of town with a Multicade (Frogger, Dig Dug, Rally-X), wall art featuring beer brands meshed with images of Batman and Stormtroopers, and an amazing, pine-wrapped, awning-covered rooftop patio with tons of potted plants and a silly view of the downtown skyline

Grab specialty pies like the McLeod Nine (baked chicken, garlic sauce, spinach, roasted red peps, onions), or chomp into 27-customizable-topping jobs (prosciutto, salami, etc.) in formats like the stuffed half-moon-shaped Luna, the thin, hand-tossed Classic, and even a $34, 28in pie called the Monster, after which you'll surely need a gigantic energy drink. New non-'za includes house-fried chips w/ either black truffle oil or blue cheese/ bacon dressing, plus beef braciole (breaded/ pan-fried top round stuffed w/ prosciutto & smoked provolone over saffron risotto) and plates of housemade sausage links, or what East Lake's known as when the beer cart girls're off duty

14 taps pour Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier and others you can actually pronounce, in addition to 40+ bottles like Victory Donnybrook, and a Tripel called Le Freak from Green Flash in San Diego, a place where you'll actually get arrested if they find you not getting high and eating pizza.