There are few neighborhoods in Atlanta I'm loving more right now than Decatur, and Leon's Full Service is an anchor establishment in this cute burb. It's an old converted gas station—the industrial décor is simple, yet pleasing to the eye with a concrete floor and a lot of natural light—that serves up a killer burger and an equally impressive beer menu (more than a dozen on tap and they're always rotating). Seriously, get the grass-fed beef cheeseburger with a side of fries to dip in the curry ketchup (or one of the other dozen sauces available); you'll thank me later. The snacks menu is a hit with restaurant-goers, in particular the Peppadew peppers stuffed with goat cheese and the bacon in a glass (literally what it sounds like; a side of peanut butter is also available if you prefer yours Elvis-style). Save room for the oatmeal cream pie ice with cherry buttercream. There's also a full gluten-free menu so as to not leave anyone out. Leon's Full Service is more than just a restaurant (hence the name, which is also a nod to its former filling station days): It doubles as a nightlife venue, and is a great spot for bocce ball on warmer evenings. Monday nights are Flight Night, featuring micro flights of beer and wine paired with menu items, and Sundays are a hit with the weekend brunch crowd. On warmer days, which are many here in the balmy South, the garage doors open to reveal a large and inviting patio that stays packed.