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New to Emory Village is Double Zero, a tapas style restaurant. The restaurant is dimly lit with industrial lighting and small light wood tables with metal chairs emphasizing the industrial vibe, but somewhat warm vibe. The restaurant is laid out to create a sense of different rooms with massive heavy curtains or frosted glass windows, but all within one large space, to create smaller, intimate spaces. This past weekend we visited Double Zero with another couple and had a wide range of small plates. We started with cocktails, which were refreshing and flavorful. We then had the meat plate, the cheese plate, grilled kale, arugula, Shishito peppers, arancini, octopus, scarpinocc, and risotto. The plates were rather small, meaning we each got about two bites of each dish, but they were tasty. For salt lovers, Double Zero may be ideal because all of the dishes were rather salty, including the salad. Our favorite dish was the scarpinocc, a pasta, which we found to be unique and full of interesting flavors. Additionally, we loved the cocktails and found them to be some of the best cocktails we have had yet. The service as well was pretty decent; however, be prepared because it is currently very popular and busy, so we had to wait about twenty minutes even with a reservation. Also, due to the popularity, parking is difficult. Overall, we enjoyed Double Zero and would definitely return for some more delicious cocktails.