Atlanta Now MAR-APR 2018
THE OFFICIAL VISITORS GUIDE OF ATLANTA CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU
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THE SECRET WORLD
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6 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Spring is here! Make the most of it with these annual festivals in Atlanta, just right for your picking.
11 INSIDER INFO
FESTIVAL FORECAST BY KAREN LOPEZ
18 WHAT’S HAPPENING AT OUR ATTRACTIONS?
Gallery hop and view new exhibitions, or head to some of our best attractions to find out the latest additions. BY LIESL MERKEL
Find the hottest picks for March and April.
Concierge tips, conventions, discounts on tickets and visitor information booth locations. It’s all here.
12 HOW DO YOU ATL? No matter how you wish to explore our neighborhoods, we have the perfect fit for your interests, plus special events to enjoy.
Shop al fresco in warmer temperatures with our guide to outdoor strolling and shopping.
Play ball! March and April’s lineup is action packed.
38 RESOURCE GUIDE Look up attractions, restaurants, services and more from members of Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau.
51 AREA MAPS Find your way wherever you’d like to go.
54 Y’ALL COME BACK Enjoy your visit? Plan a return trip for amazing festivities and many other events.
A guide to the city’s best patios to enjoy a cocktail, meal or bites with friends.
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THROUGH MARCH 4 Rainforest Adventures. Get ready for a wild adventure beneath the treetops featuring Brazilian-style music. Center for Puppetry Arts www.puppet.org
THROUGH MARCH 4 The Jungle Book. A moving story of finding your family in untraditional places in this lively version of the Rudyard Kipling classic.
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Perfect Arrangement. Inspired by true stories of social survival, this bubbly cocktail party-meets-TV sitcom simmers into poignant realism as four mates face exposure and a future more gray than Technicolor.
TheatreSports. A fast-paced improvisational competition that features the best improvisers in the city and uses your suggestions to fuel the show. (Saturdays)
Theatrical Outfit performs at Balzer Theatre at Herren’s www.theatricaloutfit.org
THROUGH MARCH 11 King Hedley II by August Wilson. It’s 1980’s inner city Pittsburgh, and King Hedley II is an ex-con peddling stolen refrigerators to save up for his own business and hopefully a new life, but seems to be spending his time trying to plant seeds in a garden where nothing can grow.
Porter Sanford III Performing Arts & Community www.alliancetheatre.org
True Colors Theatre Company performs at Southwest Fulton County Arts Center www.truecolorstheatre.org
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The Daughter of the Regiment. Encounter the tale of the spirited Marie as she must decide between following her place in society or her heart in this Atlanta Opera production.
UniverSoul Circus. Celebrating 25 years, this spectacle of global proportions will take you on an unforgettable journey with acts from Russia, Trinidad, South Africa, Mongolia, Cuba, Ethiopia, and more.
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre www.atlantaopera.org
Georgia State Stadium - Gold Lot www.universoulcircus.com/atl
Dad’s Garage Theatre Company www.dadsgarage.com
THROUGH APRIL 1 Orchid Daze. Winter’s most popular plant exhibition features towering displays of stunning orchids to complement the Garden’s permanent orchid collection. Atlanta Botanical Garden www.atlantabg.org
THROUGH APRIL 29 Down Jericho Road: Martin Luther King, Jr. in his Final Year. The exhibit takes a look at the work of Dr. King in the last year of his life with some of his last speeches and sermons, including “The Drum Major Instinct” and a handwritten draft of “Why I am Opposed to the War in Vietnam.” Center for Civil and Human Rights www.civilandhumanrights.org
THROUGH APRIL 30 SHARKS: On Assignment with Brian Skerry. Come face-to-nose with one of the world’s most feared predators with images from National
Geographic Explorer and awardwinning photojournalist Brian Skerry. Georgia Aquarium www.georgiaaquarium.org
THROUGH MAY 6 The Secret World Inside You. This traveling exhibition explores the science of human microbiome -- the human body’s vast web of microbes -through interactive activities, videos, art installations, models and live theater. Fernbank Museum of Natural History www.fernbankmuseum.org
THROUGH MAY 13 Joris Laarman Lab: Design in the Digital Age. Celebrates the ingenious work of the experimental Dutch designer, who redefined boundaries between art and science. High Museum of Art www.high.org
THROUGH MAY 20 Yousuf Karsh: American Portraits. This exhibition features 48 iconic photographs of Americans who have distinguished themselves in the medical, political, entertainment and arts fields including Martin Luther King Jr, Grace Kelly and Eleanor Roosevelt. Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum www.jimmycarterlibrary.gov
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Opening Weekend at Six Flags Over Georgia
The Dr. Seuss tale comes alive on stage with rod puppets and the beloved Cat in the tall red and white hat.
Beginning March 10, Six Flags Over Georgia will kick off another thrilling season. Back in 2018 are guest favorites such as Goliath, Justice League: Battle for Metropolis in 4-D, Batman: The Ride and more. Opening this Memorial Day weekend is the all-new Twisted Cyclone hybrid roller coaster, which combines a sleek steel smooth blue track with a classic wood roller coaster structure for the ultimate thrill. Season passes, memberships and daily tickets can be purchased online for the lowest prices.
MARCH 20-MAY 13 Center For Puppetry Arts www.puppet.org
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The Atlanta Ballet performs the spellbinding third act of Swan Lake, along with a world premiere by choreographer Craig Davidson.
An overworked mother and her teenage daughter get to see what it’s like to experience each other’s lives for a day in this contemporary production featuring music and lyrics by Pulitzer Prize-winning composers Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey. Based on the beloved novel by Mary Rodgers and the popular Walt Disney movies, hilarity ensues when a mom and daughter who can’t relate to one another at all wake up to discover they have magically switched bodies and are forced to walk in each other’s shoes for one freaky Friday. With the mom’s wedding coming up the next day, the two must try to find a way to switch back as soon as possible!
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Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
THROUGH MAY 28 Healthyville. Children and adults alike will enjoy exploring how nutrition and fitness affects the human body at this fun and thought-provoking exhibit. Children’s Museum of Atlanta www.childrensmuseumatlanta.org
THROUGH AUG. 26 Coiling Culture: Basketry Art of Native North America. Over the millennia, native North Americans developed elaborate techniques and intricate designs worked in local materials, from sweetgrass in Florida to black ash in the Northeast and deer grass in California.
of passports and the peculiarities of airline security — it’s all covered in this miraculous, one-man saga of how the mundane details that govern global travel become the actual journey. Ferst Center for the Arts at Georgia Tech www.arts.gatech.edu
MARCH 3 Ladysmith Black Mambazo. Audiences will be thrilled with their joyous and uplifting music, fusing the seemingly disparate yet spiritually resonant traditions of Zulu music and Christian gospel.
Michael C. Carlos Museum www.carlos.emory.edu
Rialto Center for the Arts Georgia State University www.rialto.gsu.edu
THROUGH DEC. 31
NUEVOlution! Latinos and the New South. Exhibition explores the surprising ways that Latinos are shaping the South and the South is shaping Latinos through videos, interactive displays and original expressions by Atlanta artists.
Pub Crawl on the BeltLine: Spring Edition. From Inman Park to Piedmont Park, the Eastside Trail on the Atlanta BeltLine connects some of the best restaurants and bars in town.
Atlanta History Center www.atlantahistorycenter.com
Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail www.facebook.com/ events/1591689914234016
MARCH 3-JUNE 3
Mark Steinmetz: Terminus. Using Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport as his home base, artist Mark Steinmetz closely considers the activity and interactions that take place at this crossroads in 60 never-beforeexhibited photographs.
The Wizard of Oz. Celebrate America’s rich musical heritage as Dorothy travels down the Yellow Brick Road to find out why the Lion, the Tinman, and the Strawman are all singing the blues.
High Museum of Art www.high.org
MARCH 3 17 Border Crossings. The history
Center For Puppetry Arts www.puppet.org Giles Milton - “Churchill’s Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare.” Reading and book signing.
Jimmy Carter Presidential Library www.jimmycarterlibrary.gov
MARCH 8-25 Atlanta Jewish Music Film Festival. Celebrating Jewish culture with contemporary Jewish music performed in different venues around town. Various locations www.atlantajmf.org
MARCH 10 Nature Fest. Venture into the great outdoors to discover its intriguing inhabitants. Fernbank Museum of Natural History www.fernbankmuseum.org
MARCH 10 Kaki King. Groundbreaking performance artist/musician and composer King uses projection mapping to present the guitar in a creation myth unlike any other. Ferst Center for the Arts at Georgia Tech www.arts.gatech.edu
MARCH 10 Brain Candy Live. This one of a kind show stars Adam Savage, editorin-chief of Tested.com and former co-host of MythBusters, and Michael Stevens, creator of award-winning YouTube Channel “Vsauce.” The Fox Theatre www.foxtheatre.org
MARCH 15-18 Gomela / To Return. Through spoken word, African dance and music, the beauty and resilience of black people past and present is celebrated. 7 Stages Theatre www.7stages.org
MARCH 16-JULY 5 Fields of Battle, Lands of Peace: The Doughboys, 1917-1918. Photographic portraits of World War I battlefields illustrate the healed scars of the Great War through our only remaining living witness: the fields of battle themselves. Displayed outdoors in Goizueta Gardens. Atlanta History Center www.atlantahistorycenter.com
MARCH 17-18 Model Train Show. Features more than 250 vendor tables, kids areas and many working model trains. Kids 12 and under are free. Cobb Galleria Centre www.themodeltrainshow.com
MARCH 17 Snake Day. Fernbank Science Center’s 4th annual day lets visitors get up close and personal with Georgia native and exotic snakes. Fernbank Science Center www.fernbank.edu
Harlem Globetrotters. Experience the ball handling wizardry, basketball artistry and family entertainment that thrills fans.
Atlanta St. Patrick’s Parade. One of the country’s oldest parades starts at Peachtree Street and 16th Street with floats, bands and lots of merriment.
Philips Arena www.philipsarena.com
Midtown Atlanta www.atlantastpats.com
A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder
A distant heir to a family fortune sets out to jump the line of succession by any means necessary in Broadway Across America’s presentation of the Tony Award-winning musical comedy “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,” featuring music and lyrics by Steven Lutvak. Expect plenty of laughs as Monty Navarro juggles his mistress (who’s after more than just love), fiancée (she’s his cousin, but who’s keeping track?) and the constant threat of landing behind bars. One question: Can he slay his way to his inheritance and be done in time for tea?
Inspired by true events, an American Jewish couple arranges for 50 European children to be given up by their parents in Nazi Germany and taken to safety.
The Fox Theatre
Alliance Theatre at Actor’s Express
MARCH 18 Publix Georgia Marathon, Half Marathon & 5K. Either take on one of the events or cheer on the runners in this annual happening. Pemberton Place www.atlantatrackclub.org
MARCH 21-25 Atlanta International Auto Show. The largest consumer event held annually at the GWCC features more than 500 new and pre-production vehicles on display on the 400,000square-foot show floor. Georgia World Congress Center www.goautoshow.com
MARCH 23-25 Spring Atlanta Home Show. Hundreds of participating companies combine to make the Cobb Galleria a one-stop-shop for all your home improvement needs. Cobb Galleria Centre www.atlantahomeshow.com
MARCH 23-24 Dance Canvas. Celebrating its 10th anniversary season, Dance Canvas presents an evening of new choreography, new ideas and new collaborations. Ferst Center for the Arts at Georgia Tech www.arts.gatech.edu
MARCH 23-APRIL 15 Hospice & Pointing at the Moon. Alliance Theatre Mellon Playwright in Residence Pearl Cleage offers two one-act plays separated by 30 years. Taken together, these two plays offer a rare glimpse of the
playwright in passionate dialogue with her younger self. Southwest Arts Center www.alliancetheatre.org
MARCH 24 Disney Junior Dance Party. Sing along to Disney Junior’s greatest hits with favorite characters including Mickey and the Roadster Racers, Sofia The First, Puppy Dog Pals, Elena of Avalor, Doc McStuffins, Vampirina, The Lion Guard and more. The Fox Theatre www.foxtheatre.org
MARCH 24 The Capitol Steps. These equal opportunity offenders always deliver an evening of “unpresidented” musical political satire ripped right from the headlines. Rialto Center for the Arts Georgia State University www.rialto.gsu.edu
MARCH 25 Flying into the Future. Come ready to learn about birds through activities and a birds of prey show. Chattahoochee Nature Center www.chattnaturecenter.org
MARCH 25-MAY 31 Eco Tinker: Interactive Exhibit. Head outdoors for nature-inspired tech and tinker stations with STEAMthemed stations where kids can experiment and explore. Chattahoochee Nature Center www.chattnaturecenter.org
MARCH 31 Little Critters. Ring in spring with a
myriad of cute and cuddly baby animals. Fernbank Museum of Natural History www.fernbankmuseum.org
MARCH 31 Baconfest. Atlanta’s outrageously savory and oft-salacious annual event, BaconFest, is set to return with games, brews and plenty of bacon. Dad’s Garage Theatre Company www.baconfestatl.com
APRIL 1 Easter Sunrise Service. Experience peace with two simultaneous, nondenominational Easter services at the top of the mountain and at the base of the mountain. Stone Mountain Park www.stonemountainpark.com
APRIL 1 April Fools Comedy Night. The Decatur Arts Alliance and Three Taverns Brewery host a night of local joking and food trucks. Three Taverns Brewery www.decaturartsalliance.org/events/ april-fools-comedy-night
APRIL 3-6 Agnes Scott College Writers’ Festival. Building on a long tradition of inviting distinguished writers to campus to read their works, teach, and talk with students, the Writers’ Festival has several readings and public events to choose. Agnes Scott College Theater www.agnesscott.edu/writersfestival
APRIL 4-8 Shen Yun. Filled with an enchanting orchestral sound and Chinese classical
dance, this is a mesmerizing experience you won’t find anywhere else. Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre www.cobbenergycentre.com
APRIL 5 Menno Schilthuizen: “Darwin Comes to Town.” Reading and book signing. Jimmy Carter Presidential Library www.jimmycarterlibrary.gov
APRIL 5-15 Out of Darkness: Two Remain. The Atlanta Opera presents this moving, two-act opera centering on Holocaust survivors visited by ghosts of their past. Presented in collaboration with Theatrical Outfit. Balzer Theater at Herren’s www.atlantaopera.org
APRIL 7 Emerging Jazz Icons: Christian Sands. Promotes up-and-coming jazz artists and the art form that originated in the south. Woodruff Arts Center www.woodruffcenter.org
APRIL 13-15 Atlanta Dogwood Festival. Almost every kind of art imaginable is represented at the festival, with a nationally renowned-juried Fine Artist Market that includes sculpture,
FIND OUT MORE For a complete calendar of events, please visit Atlanta.net/whatshot
Atlanta Science Festival
Spring FUN Break
Uncover mysteries and explain discoveries in hands-on activities, facility tours, presentations and performances in many locations around the city.
Georgia’s most-visited attraction invites families to enjoy the 2018 installment of Spring FUN Break. Back by popular demand is Dinosaur Explore—featuring 20 animatronic creatures representing 14 species, including the indoor Dinotorium experience with T. Rex meet and greets, baby dinosaur interactions and a dino dig play area. Making its debut is “The Lost World 4-D,” an immersive film that takes guests to a deserted island populated by prehistoric dinosaurs such as fierce raptors and flying Pterosaurs. Other activities include storytelling, Jurassic Laser Tag, Trexaraoke karaoke, and meet and greets with the Easter Bunny.
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paintings, pottery, jewelry, photography and much more. Piedmont Park www.dogwood.org
APRIL 13-15 A Little Night Music. Delves into the rampant relationships of the questionably elite society of 1900 Sweden that has already broken the mold but still has some breaking to do. Rialto Center for the Arts Georgia State University www.rialto.gsu.edu
APRIL 13-15 Tu Tu & More. Three innovative works by the Atlanta Ballet in one program entail “Tu Tu” by Stanton Welch, a world premiere by Tara Lee, and “Minus 16” by Ohad Naharin. Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre www.atlantaballet.com
APRIL 13-22 Atlanta Film Festival. The Atlanta Film Festival is one of the largest and longest-running festivals in the country, welcoming an audience of nearly 25,000 to discover hundreds of new independent, international, animated, documentary and short films. Various locations www.atlantafilmfestival.com
APRIL 14 Engineering Day. Design, build, create, play and learn with enthusiastic engineers. Fernbank Museum of Natural History www.fernbankmuseum.org
APRIL 14-JUNE 3 Georgia Renaissance Festival.
Find yourself transported back to 16th-century England in a 32-acre village filled with more than 150 artisan craft shops, 10 stages of endless entertainment, pubs and plenty of food. Fairburn, Ga. www.garenfest.com
APRIL 14-15 Atlanta Grilled Cheese Festival. Celebrate melty, cheesy goodness over two days from some of Atlanta’s best restaurants. Who’s bringing the tomato soup? Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark www.atlantagrilledcheese.com
APRIL 15 Eggstavaganza Egg Hunt. Features thousands of candy-filled eggs, the Easter Bunny, family friendly games, a LEGO building station, face painting and a kids’ dance floor. Callanwolde Fine Arts Center www.callanwolde.org
APRIL 17-22 Something Rotten. Set in the 1590s—this hilarious smash tells the story of Nick and Nigel Bottom, two brothers who are desperate to write their own hit play while the rock star Shakespeare keeps getting all the hits. The Fox Theatre www.foxtheatre.org
APRIL 20 Rene Marie. Her music is rooted in jazz traditions with various elements of folk, R&B and even classical and country incorporated to create an original, captivating hybrid style. Rialto Center for the Arts Georgia State University www.rialto.gsu.edu
Jimmy Carter Presidential Library www.jimmycarterlibrary.gov
APRIL 26-28 Laughing Skull Comedy Festival. The festival focuses on pure talent by only bringing in the best unsigned comedians from all over the country with the occasional celebrity surprise. Various locations www.laughingskullcomedyfestival.com
Sweetwater 420 Fest. Music will play & SweetWater beer will flow with more than 50 artists including Sturgill Simpson, Umphrey’s McGee, Tedeschi Trucks Band and special headliner The String Cheese Incident.
APRIL 28-MAY 6
Centennial Olympic Park www.sweetwater420fest.com
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre www.atlantaopera.org
Sandy Springs Artsapalooza. Sandy Springs Artsapalooza is a two-day outdoor festival bringing art, food and a kids area to the streets of the city. Sandy Springs www.sandyspringsartsapalooza.com
APRIL 26-MAY 13 Curious Human Encounters. Professional artists from 7 Stages will join with a diverse cross-section of Atlanta’s citizens–including police, refugees, teenagers, seniors, politicians and homeless to devise a culminating production featuring theater, dance and storytelling.
Lemonade Days. Fun for the whole family with carnival rides, food and games.
7 Stages Theatre www.7stages.org
Brook Run Park www.dunwoodylemonadedays.org
Rick Bragg: “The Best Cook in the World.” Reading and book signing.
Carmen. The Atlanta Opera presents the story of a beautiful and free-spirited gypsy and the naive Don Jose in a messy love triangle with the glamorous toreador, Escamillo.
Larry Harlow & the Latin Legends Band. With a career spanning more than 50 years, acclaimed pianist, songwriter, bandleader and record producer Harlow completely revolutionized what is known today as Salsa, developing the explosive trumpet / trombone sound that has come to characterize the music. Rialto Center for the Arts Georgia State University www.rialto.gsu.edu
FIND OUT MORE For a complete calendar of events, please visit Atlanta.net/whatshot
Hot tips to help you find the best places to go and things to do, save money or just help you get the information you need to maximize your stay here
CONCIERGE CORNER When visitors come to the city, it’s a good bet to find out information from our knowledgeable concierge friends. Eddy Romero, Guest Services and Concierge Manager for Atlantic Station and vice president of operations for the Concierge Society of Atlanta gives us his tips. When visitors come to Atlanta during the spring, I tell them to ... Experience: Definitely go to Stone Mountain Park, which is a load of fun for just about all ages with their many wonderful
attractions within the property. Visit the Atlanta History Center because of all that it has to offer: Civil War history and memorabilia, the Swan House Tour, the gardens, Atlanta Cyclorama (take a behind the scenes tour) and exhibitions surrounding Atlanta’s history. You can also get a magical city experience of shopping and dining all in one spot without having to drive at Atlantic Station. Enjoy a movie, shop, dine and even splurge with a great Kilwin’s Caramel Apple or their Sipping Chocolate as a treat. Buy: I would purchase an item from the World of Coca-Cola since Atlanta is their home and where it was founded. The gift shop is full of Coca-Cola items. Dine: Eat at La Tavola. The food is amazing and it is very quaint and romantic, tucked in the Virginia-Highland neighborhood.
ATLANTA WELCOMES ... FEB. 28-MARCH 4
MARCH 22 & 24
NCAA® Division I Men’s Basketball South Regional
One Up National Championship
American Trucking Associations 2018 Annual Meeting & Transportation Technology Exhibition
MARCH 30-APRIL 1
The Big South National Qualifier
DECA International Career Development Conference
2018 NPGA Southeastern Convention and International Propane Expo
2018 NSTA National Conference
MARCH 22-24 The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting
The Thomas P. Hinman Dental Meeting is an annual tradition, providing world-class continuing education at an incredible value to the entire dental team. The three-day meeting is known for its Southern hospitality, extraordinary educational programs, impressive roster of speakers, unsurpassed social events and all-inclusive technical exhibition. Sponsored by the Hinman Dental Society, a non-profit organization, the Meeting invests all excess revenue and it is gifted in the form of individual scholarships to dental, hygiene, assisting and lab tech students and contributions to institutions that foster dental education. Plan now to come to the Georgia World Congress Center and Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center to “Experience Hinman and Invest in Your Future.” For more information please visit www.Hinman.org.
APRIL 26-29 ACA 2018 Conference and Expo
APRIL 9-12 MODEX 2018
DENTAL PROFESSIONALS ARE INVITED TO EXPERIENCE HINMAN MARCH 22-24
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HOW DO YOU ATL? Whether you are interested in hitting the great outdoors, exploring our arts scene or scoping out the scene at an annual festival, we have ideas for you.
FESTIVAL FOLLOWER Are artist markets your jam? Or, maybe you think festival food is far more interesting than jam whether it’s turkey legs, funnel cakes or a gourmet food truck. Get a feel for the neighborhood vibe and stay for the live music.
OUTDOOR ENTHUSIAST Explore the great outdoors one sunny site at a time. Take a walk in the many gardens, wooded trails and paved paths around the city or brave the waters in a canoe, kayak or paddleboard.
HERITAGE & CULTURE SEEKER Embrace the city’s heritage with the MLK Jr. National Historic Site and many other significant sites brimming with the rich African American culture woven together that makes up the fabric of Atlanta.
ARTS AND THEATER AFICIONADO Whether you’re into gallery gazing or want to snag front row seats to the latest theater premiere, Atlanta’s symphony of sights and sounds will tempt from all areas of town.
HISTORY BUFF Are you someone who loves to linger in the past? No historic site is too old, and you live for discoveries, digs, artifacts and passed-down stories.
Spring Festival on Ponce. Located at Olmsted Linear Park, the festival is free with more than 125 displays of fine arts, crafts, folk art, plus a children’s area and plenty of food, April 7-8. www.festivalonponce.com Nearby: Fernbank Museum of Natural History. Experience a world of adventure with the world’s largest dinosaurs, cultural artifacts, hands-on science explorations and films in the Giant Screen Theater. www.fernbankmuseum.org
Family Canoe Day. The Chattahoochee Nature Center hosts an introduction to canoeing on April 7 by the Chattahoochee River that includes paddling techniques through races, games and water squirters. www.chattnaturecenter.org Nearby: Old Mill Park. This area houses the ruins of the Roswell Manufacturing Co. mills at Vickery Creek. Hike trails that connect to the Chattahoochee River trail system by starting at a covered bridge and a waterfall that was created to run power for the mill. www.roswellgov.com
Deborah Roberts: The Evolution of Mimi. Catch this exhibition at Spelman College Museum of Fine Arts featuring collages demonstrating the depiction of beauty and the development of self image in black women, through May 19. www.museum.spelman.edu Nearby: Tassili’s Raw Reality Cafe. Experience bliss at this raw vegan cafe in the West End with a menu that includes spicy kale wraps, sweet coconut corn and Popolicious Herbal Popcorn. www.tassilisrawreality.com
Hospice & Pointing at the Moon. Alliance Theatre Mellon Playwrightin- Residence Pearl Cleage offers two one-act plays separated by 30 years. These two plays offer a glimpse of the playwright in dialogue with her younger self, playing at the Southwest Arts Center, March 23-April 15. www.alliancetheatre.org Nearby: Milk and Honey. The golden chicken at the front beckons with rotisserie chicken and shrimp and grits from Chef Sammy Davis, winner of Food Network’s Chopped and Chopped Redemption. www.milkandhoneyatl.com
Sheep to Shawl. Discover the process of cloth making at the Atlanta History Center through activities that include sheep shearing, wool dyeing and weaving. Plus enjoy blacksmithing, live music and more, April 7. www.atlantahistorycenter.com Nearby: New Hope AME Church. The congregation at 3012 Arden Road was started in 1872 and its membership was predominately emancipated slaves. The church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is still in operation. www.facebook.com/pg/newhopeameatl
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Brookhaven Cherry Blossom Festival. Activities include a pet costume contest, pet parade, children’s village, classic car show, 5K race, arts and crafts marketplace and much more at Blackburn Park, March 24-25. www.brookhavenga.gov/festival
Nearby: Oglethorpe University. Founded in 1835, the university is located on 100 acres and teaches liberal arts and sciences. The Oglethorpe University Museum of Art features artwork which is international, representational, figurative, and spiritual in nature. www.oglethorpe.edu
Atlanta Streets Alive: Eastside. On April 8, the streets of Atlanta will spring to life as a 4.4-mile stretch of street from Downtown to Lake Claire is opened to people on foot and bike, and closed to motorized traffic. www.atlantastreetsalive.com
Nearby: Old Fourth Ward Skate Park. Atlanta’s first skate park is adjacent to the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail. Try your moves with bikes or boards in an area where the local skateboarding community was involved in the design process. www.h4wpc.com
Wren’s Nest Storytelling. Come to the Wren’s Nest, the former home of Joel Chandler Harris, creator of the Uncle Remus and ‘Brer Rabbit stories, for storytelling by some of Atlanta’s best each Saturday at 1 p.m. www.wrensnest.org
Nearby: Hammonds House Museum. Visit the only fine arts museum in Atlanta that focuses on artists of African descent and includes artists from the late 19th century through present day including Radcliffe Bailey, Romare Bearden and Tina Dunkley. www.hammondshouse.org
Gomela / To Return. Through spoken word, African dance and music, the beauty and resilience of black people past and present is celebrated at 7 Stages Theatre, March 15-18. www.7stages.org
Nearby: Porter Beer Bar. With an extensive menu of over 430 beers and bar food that ranges from Belgian fries to 12-Hour Brisket Sandwich, this drinking and dining nook has an expansive patio for people-watching in the eclectic Little Five Points neighborhood. www.theporterbeerbar.com
Malts and Vaults of Oakland. Meet some of the city’s earliest brewers and barkeeps who are buried at historic Oakland Cemetery on March 24 and April 21, and discover the suds-related symbology found throughout the cemetery. After the tour, partake in a beer tasting. www.oaklandcemetery.com
Nearby: Six Feet Under Pub and Fish House. This aptly named restaurant across the street from Oakland serves more brews and amazing views of the same cemetery on the rooftop bar. Take your pick from steamed shellfish or from the raw bar, or try a shrimp or catfish basket accompanied by jalapeño hush puppies. www.sixfeetunderatlanta.com
As the sun starts to shine and the temps begin to rise, Atlanta turns to springtime with a calendar of lively festivals, parades and annual celebrations. BY KAREN LOPEZ Take flight to the Atlanta Preservation Center’s award-winning Phoenix Flies: A Celebration of Atlanta’s Historic Sites March 3-25. This annual festival features 99 preservation partner organizations -- including museums, historic sites, civil
rights organizations, churches, non-profit organizations and government entities – that join forces to produce more than 200 free-ofcharge public events to educate and enlighten on the importance of historic preservation. In 2018, the festival brings several events focused on iconic Atlanta architects Neel Reid and Philip Schutze and welcomes a dozen new partner organizations including sculptor Henry Hoke Harris featured in a lecture and open house at Cherrylion Studios, the Andrew Calhoun Estate designed by Neel Reid, the Michael C. Carlos Museum featuring a lecture on ancient glass, Civil Bikes offering tours of civil rights sites within the Sweet Auburn District, the Clay Cemetery in Kirkwood, and a
photographic exhibit by David Knox. www.preserveatlanta.com The 82nd annual Atlanta Dogwood Festival ushers in spring April 13-15. Luring more than 250,000 visitors to Piedmont Park for fun and frolic, Atlanta’s longest-running festival and the third-largest arts festival in the U.S. features an artist market with more than 260 artists from a wide range of disciplines, the Mimosa 5K, a Friday night fireworks display, Backyard Barbecue & Brews ticketed food and drink experience on Saturday and Sunday, more than 200 global performers on the International Stage, the Kids Zone and Midway with rides Continued on page 16
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and games, amazing feats in the popular Disc Dog Completion, festival fare and more. www.dogwood.org Unleash your revelry for the 136th Atlanta St. Patrick’s Parade on Saturday, March 17. A tradition since 1858 and Atlanta’s longestrunning event, the parade rollicks down a spectator-lined Peachtree Street in Midtown and features a lively mix of more than 2,300 participants including floats, drill teams, bagpipe and drum corps, clowns and bands along with representatives and dignitaries central to the city’s Irish community. 2018 welcomes the iconic Budweiser Clydesdales back to the parade, and prior to parade kickoff, St. Baldrick’s Foundation is hosting
a shaving exhibition for cancer awareness in front of the reviewing stand. Start the day with the 5K run/walk through Midtown and linger a little longer for Irish food, beverages and entertainment. www.stpatsparadeatlanta.com Widely known as Atlanta’s most spirited and eclectic festival, the Inman Park Festival spreads its colorful wings across the historic neighborhood of Inman Park April 27-29. A Tour of Homes preview kicks off festivities on Friday, April 27 followed by an energetic mix of activities on Saturday and Sunday including the Arts & Crafts Show and Street Market, three stages of music, dance performances from local professional dance groups, the Kid Zone featuring slides, obstacle
courses and crafts, and a flavorful mix of food and beverage trucks and tents. Stake your parade-watching claim to a prime spot for the city’s funkiest parade beginning at 2 p.m. on Saturday and boasting the Seed & Feed Marching Abominables, the Precision Attaché Case Drill Team, the Trash Monarch and more. www.inmanparkfestival.org Atlanta is ready for her close up and for a celebration of cinema at the 42nd annual Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF) April 13-22. Each year the festival screens some 200 Above left: Atlanta Film Festival; Above center: SweetWater 420 Fest; Above right: Georgia Renaissance Festival
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films, documentaries, pilots and virtual reality from more than 6,000 submissions from around the world at the historic Plaza Theatre and other local screens. Attendees have an opportunity to interact with filmmakers and industry professionals, and a five-day Creative Conference enables participants to delve deeper into the world of cinema through panel discussions, talks and demos.The festival has been named “Best Film Festival” by Creative Loafing, Atlanta Magazine and one of the “25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World” and among “50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee” by MovieMaker Magazine. www.atlantafilmfestival.com Tap into a weekend brimming with music, beer at more and the 15th annual SweetWater 420 Fest April 20-22 in Centennial Olympic Park. Four stages rock with live music from more than 40 bands including The String Cheese Incident, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Sturgill Simpson, Umphrey’s McGee, Greensky Bluegrass and more. Take a break and quench thirsts at the SweetWater Experience tasting tent offering samples of more than 25 unique SweetWater beers and presentations from SweetWater’s brewers. Additional highlights include 420 Lyrics & Laughter featuring up-and-coming musical acts and comedic talent, the 420 Eco-Village,
WHAT’S ALL THE ROAR ABOUT? Georgia Aquarium welcomed a bouncing baby girl on Oct. 30, 2017 – a California sea lion pup, the first sea lion born at the Georgia Aquarium. Named Scarlett after Scarlett O’Hara in “Gone With the Wind,” the pup has grown to exhibit much of the same charm and independence as her namesake. “After getting to know Scarlett, her personality really resonated with all of us,” said Will Elgar, director of animal training, pinnipeds, at Georgia Aquarium. “We wanted to tie back to the city we call home with a name that also attributed to her personality traits.” The adorable and clever pup continues to grow and learn from her mom Edith – even finding her “roar” early in her development. Follow her progress and find out when she will be on view at www.georgiaaquarium.com or on their Facebook page. -KL
the high-energy dance experience 420 Disco, the 420 5K and an artist market. Hungry? The Food Village satisfies with numerous dining options from local restaurant vendors and food trucks. www.sweetwater420fest.com Travel back to 16th century England at the Georgia Renaissance Festival April 14-June 3. Merriment abounds at this 32-acre medieval theme park where guests are entertained and amazed by kings, princesses, knights, peasants and other costumed characters. The
festival boasts entertainment on 10 stages with jousting and other amazing feats of skill, carnival games and rides, more than 150 artisan craft shoppes and special themed weekends. Food and beverage options fit for a king (or queen) abound at the festival’s various pubs and taverns. Choose among giant 1.5-pound roasted turkey legs (a festival favorite), pork loin on a stake, shrimp and chips, funnel cakes and other decadent desserts along with hard ciders, hearty ales and other quenching beverages. www.garenfest.com
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WHAT’S HAPPENING IN OUR ATTRACTIONS? Spring exhibitions highlight finds from felines to furniture, the human microbiome and even stunning little seabirds. Check your list twice to make sure you can hit them all. BY LIESL MERKEL Georgia Aquarium’s inhabitants run the gamut from the world’s largest fish, Beluga whales, Manta rays, mesmerizing jellyfish and even an electric eel, and now, some brand new creatures call the world’s most magical aquarium home. The new puffin exhibit is now open in the Cold Water Quest gallery across from the southern sea otters. Be prepared to see two kinds of puffins - tufted and horned. Also in the exhibit are two more species of seabirds, also from the North Atlantic – pigeon guillemots and common murres. Tall arcrylic windows will let visitors see the little birds in action above and below the water. Their native, cliff-side homes are mimicked with intricate rockwork and cliffs and places to perch. www.georgiaaquarium.org
Have you ever considered the human microbiome? Maybe not, but Fernbank Museum of Natural History’s exhibition The Secret World Inside You will break down the importance of this microscopic, non-human life in and on our bodies. Showing Feb. 10-May 6, this exhibition highlights a new perspective on human health through larger-than-life models, games and videos. Try your hand at keeping a virtual microbiome healthy by eliminating strep throat with antibiotics, and take charge of meal time with menu choices from pickles to broccoli and cookies. Seventeen animated microbial scenes will have visitors zooming in on the mites that live harmlessly in our eyelashes and bacteria that break down crystals that cause kidney stones. www.fernbankmuseum.org Grace Kelly, Georgia O’Keeffe and Eleanor Roosevelt don’t normally run in the same circles but you can see their portraits at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum’s latest exhibition. Yousuf Karsh American Portraits features 48 photographs of Americans, distinguished in their fields of entertainment, medicine, politics and the
arts. The celebrated Armenian-Canadian photographer’s works also feature civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., singer Marion Anderson, Albert Einstein, architect I.M. Pei and physician Jonas Salk. Catch the exhibition though May 20. www.jimmycarterlibrary.gov Health and wellness is an important topic and might just hit home with a little play-based fun. Healthyville is a national touring exhibition that has made its way to Children’s Museum of Atlanta, through May 28. The exhibition hopes to help shape lifelong habits and views on wellbeing with educational messages, hands-on opportunities and plenty of play. Explore how different sorts of activities affect one’s heart rate, and brush and floss giant teeth in a giant mouth. Kids can also learn the importance of covering the nose during a sneeze (you can experience that for yourself for a full appreciation) and play sugar or salt detective. Healthyville joins permanent exhibits at the museum which include learning stations focused on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) activities. www.childrensmuseumatlanta.org
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NUEVOlution, continuing through Dec. 31, you’ll learn how the South is the nation’s most vibrant area of Latino growth, and how the South is shaping Latinos, and how Latinos are shaping the South. Through amazing stories, artwork and interactive displays, you’ll follow trends of culinary culture, music and immigration issues as cultures blend to produce a vibrant new lifestyle. www.atlantahistorycenter.com
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The Atlanta History Center hosts a double feature of two exhibitions this spring: More Than Self: Living the Vietnam War and NUEVOlution! Latinos and the New South. In More Than Self (through March 18), narratives from 650 oral histories preserved in the Atlanta History Center’s Kenan Research Center Veterans History Project are coupled with artifacts such as an AR-15 rifle and a Montagnard crossbow. Photographs of protesters in Atlanta’s Piedmont Park show a local connection to the war. In
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Cats, lions and even jackals and dogs are center in Divine Felines: Cats of Ancient Egypt at the Michael C. Carlos Museum, through Nov. 11. Felines played an interesting and important role for thousands of years in ancient Egypt, and this exhibition will show more than 90 objects highlighting animal burial practices, deities and luxury items decorated with feline and canine features. A small bronze sphinx of King Sheseng, a limestone sculpture of a lion and cat-shaped wooden coffins for cat mummies are included in the works. www.carlos.emory.edu
Welcome the spring season at the Atlanta Botanical Garden with 80,000 colorful blooms packing a rainbow punch of flower power in Atlanta Blooms. Crocuses, tulips, daffodils and hyacinths beckon, and thousands of other bulbs, annuals and perennials line the paths. Be sure to check out the Levy Parterre, where 5,000 more tulips have been added this year, and in the Edible Garden, youâ€™ll see 500 purple Globemaster alliums. Even the new Skyline Garden will be decked out for the occasion with 22,000 dramatic tulips. Come for the color and stay for the Fuqua Orchid Center, Childrenâ€™s Garden and Longleaf Restaurant. www.atlantabg.org
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The High Museum of Art just happens to have the largest public holdings of innovative designer Joris Laarman’s work, and be sure to view it on display from now until May 13. Joris Laarman Lab: Design in the Digital Age highlights the works of Laarman and his Lab as their intellectual and thoughtful approach to design covers technology, creativity and science. See furniture designs, experiments and projects that span from every part of Laarman’s design career, and videos and sketches will accompany the works. The Lab itself is a multidisciplinary group of engineers, craftspeople, programmers and scientists. Also at the High, Mark Steinmetz: Terminus presents more than 60 works by Athens, Ga.-based photographer Steinmetz. The photographs comprise a snapshot of Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, capturing the interactions and activity at the most heavily traveled airport in the world. The exhibition will run through June 3 C and is part of the High’s Picturing the South project, where the museum commissions M artists to create original work that offers new Y perspectives on the South. CM www.high.org
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Art conservators and historians are fast at work restoring “The Battle of Atlanta” cyclorama painting to its 1886 glory before it opens to the public in its new home in the 23,000-square foot Lloyd and Mary Ann Whitaker Cyclorama Building at the Atlanta History Center in fall 2018. Guests to the Atlanta History Center can now go behind the scenes with knowledgeable guides to view the massive painting – one of Atlanta’s rarest treasures -- and witness the restoration process in person. Additionally, guests will learn about the famous Texas locomotive and its role during the Great Locomotive Chase of 1862. The painting is 42 feet tall and 359 feet in circumference. Following the restoration, the painting will grow to 49 feet tall and 371 feet in circumference. This includes the addition of new sky at the top of the painting and a six foot strip to replace a missing section. A new diorama surface will be constructed and 128 of the original plaster figures will be restored. The History Center will use many perspectives to discuss the painting, including the context of a single battle, and in a national context of a country divided by war. The painting was previously housed next to Zoo Atlanta in Grant Park before its historic move in February 2017. Behind-the-scenes tours are offered on Saturdays at 1 p.m. or with advanced booking for $75 (includes full access to the Atlanta History Center). www.atlantahistorycenter.com -KL
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PATIO DINING After long, dark winter days, no season is more welcome in Atlanta than patio season. Whether you’re looking for a bustling rooftop with skyline views or a secluded nook with tranquil treescapes, the city has a patio for you. BY LAURA SCHOLZ
SKY LOUNGE AT GLENN HOTEL Atlanta’s first year round rooftop bar--voted one of the 23 best rooftop bars in the world by ABC.com--overlooks Centennial Olympic Park and offers panoramic views of the city. Open nightly starting at 6 p.m., the menu includes small bites like charcuterie, crabcakes, pimento cheese and bacon-wrapped dates, plus handcrafted cocktails, beer, and wine. Be sure to call ahead, as the lounge often closes for private events. www.glennsskylounge.com
SOUTH CITY KITCHEN MIDTOWN Nestled away off Midtown’s busy Crescent Avenue, South City Kitchen Midtown is the perfect spot for enjoying a glass of bubbly and the restaurant’s signature fried chicken. Other menu highlights include Southern specialties like fried green tomatoes, crispy pork belly, Carolina
trout and shrimp & Gechee Boy Mill grits. Dinner is served seven days a week, with weekday lunch and weekend brunch starting at 10 a.m. www.midtown.southcitykitchen.com
LADYBIRD GROVE AND MESS HALL Come for the campfire cuisine at this popular bar located just off the city’s Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail. Four-legged friends are welcome on the expansive outdoor Grove space, which includes a bar inside a vintage camper, communal beer garden-style tables, string lights, Ping-Pong tables and more. Menu highlights include trail snacks like pimento cheese fritters and smoked wings, plus Fish-n-Grits, New Orleans BBQ Shrimp, and shareable plates like Spatchcock Chicken and the Backyard BBQ Board, plus seasonal patio punch, local canned and draft beers, wine and cocktails. www.ladybirdatlanta.com
NINE MILE STATION Located on the top floor of Ponce City Market, this upscale beer garden offers sweeping skyline views and a selection of craft beers from far and near, including Georgiabased breweries Creature Comforts and Three Taverns. Try the picnic basket for four with sandwiches, meat and more. Other options include turkey and Italian sandwiches, halibut, gulf coast red prawns, wine by the bottle and glass, and refreshing cocktails like Pretty Girls Like Daiquiris made with Tito’s vodka, Combier, apricot, lime, Angostura bitters, and cherry. www.9milestation.com
BISTRO NIKO Grab a spot on this Buckhead patio for the can’t-miss weekly jazz brunch Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and sip champagne cocktails and indulge in French fare like chilled oysters, Croque Madame, and quiche Parisienne. Lunch and dinner give similarly decadent options-French “pizzas” like the prosciutto and blue cheese tarte, mussels “Gilbert” et frites, and Coq au Vin. Save room for the specialty coffees and desserts both savory and sweet. www.buckheadrestaurants.com/restaurant/ bistro-niko
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SOUTHERN GENTLEMAN This chic Buckhead patio is the perfect pit stop after shopping until you drop at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta. Enjoy live music on Friday and Saturday evenings as well as Sunday brunch while sampling whiskey from the bar’s extensive collection of over 120 bottles. Or, choose from craft cocktails, beer and wine to pair with shareable starters like parmesan truffle fries, bourbon and beer pimento cheese, and bacon deviled eggs and mains like the shrimp and grits, the signature burger, and steak for two, a cast-iron seared 22 ounce bone-in ribeye with local mushrooms, bacon fat confit fingerling potatoes and hunter’s sauce. www.thesoutherngentlemanatl.com
GYPSY KITCHEN Also located in The Shops Buckhead Atlanta, this stunning patio is as vibrant as the restaurant’s Spanish-inspired cuisine. While open nightly for dinner starting at 5 p.m., the real draw is Basque in the Sun Sundays, where you can enjoy paella on the patio, a live flamenco guitarist, half off select bottles of wine, $6 glasses of rosé, and more from 4 p.m. on. The restaurant also has a special late
menu with munchies like chicken croquetas, a cheese and chorizo plate and poutine. www.gypsykitchenatl.com
CANOE Overlooking the tranquil Chattahoochee River, the restaurant’s patio is one of the city’s most picturesque. The sophisticated Southern menu features jumbo lump crab cake, pork tenderloin with local collards and duck prosciutto salad for dinner and select salads and sandwiches like Big Green Egg smoked turkey with beer-cranberry sauce, brie and house bacon for lunch and brunch. www.canoeatl.com
HORSERADISH GRILL This Buckhead mainstay near Chastain Park offers a secluded, leafy patio for a relaxing glass of wine from the restaurant’s extensive list, which is heavy on bold, California reds. The pimento cheese burger is a mainstay on the brunch, lunch and dinner menus, while other favorites include pimento cheese and grit fritters, spicy North Carolina style pork barbecue, fried chicken and rotating daily blue plate specials like country fried steak. www.horseradishgrill.com
THE GARDEN AT COMMUNITY SMITH This is one of the most underrated patios in the city, probably because it is located in a hotel. But don’t discount it. With spectacular views from the rooftop patio and upscale food like mussels with Calabrian chilis, oxtail toast with piri piri sauce and crispy squid, it’s a great place to take guests. www.communitysmithatl.com/the-garden/
PARK TAVERN Sitting on the edge of Piedmont Park, Park Tavern provides great views of the park with a spectacular outdoor dining area. Tip: When it rains, they pour - $1 drafts when it is raining. www.parktavern.com
FADÓ IRISH PUB Weekends at Buckhead’s Fadó might lend themselves to loud partiers, so, to chill, choose the expansive rooftop patio early evenings or weeknights to enjoy comfortable furniture and a terrific selection of beers or whiskeys. www.fadoirishpub.com/atlanta/
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MORE PATIO DINING If you can’t get enough of the outdoors, here are more patio places and terraces to enjoy your next cocktail or meal.
10 Degrees South An often overlooked but fantastic restaurant is 10 Degrees South. Featuring phenomenal South African specialties, the décor is upscale and the enclosed patio features live music on many evenings.
Across the Street Sip on a margarita and enjoy the guacamole from the festive patio of Across the Street. Hang back and watch the runners and dog walkers on the Freedom Parkway trail.
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Basil’s Dining in the heart of Buckhead with the backdrop of high rises? You can do this at the expansive patio at Basil’s. Sip one of the specialty cocktails like the Andes Candies or Jalapeño Margarita. Nosh on small plates with hummus and baba ganoush. Try the flatbread or a roasted artichoke.
Horseradish Grill has been providing upscale, fresh, Southern food to Atlantans since 1994. The restaurant offers a beautiful patio, an extensive wine collection, and as the latest Zagat review stated, “Southern Comfort at every turn.”
Der Biergarten Order a plate of jägerschnitzel and wash it all down with a delicious German beer. You’ll have a gorgeous view of downtown while you munch and sip. It’s a great spot to hit before or after a downtown sporting event with friends. Tip: The patio is dog friendly.
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Haven Tucked away in the Brookhaven neighborhood, Haven is certainly a fitting name for this spot. The patio, with white tablecloths, overlooks a pretty green space, and tables are set far enough apart to ensure privacy. We recommend the mussels, fried oysters and duck breast.
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SOUTHERN AND SOUL FOOD RESTAURANTS IN ATLANTA What’s the difference between Southern food and soul food? All soul food is Southern but not all Southern food is soul food. Here’s where to find the best of each.
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SOUTHERN Mary Mac’s – True Southern favorites served here are fried okra, salmon cakes, fried shrimp, fried green tomatoes, fried chicken tenders, fried crawfish and ribs. Did you know? Mary Mac’s serves about 1,000 people per day, so get there early. Milton’s Cuisine and Cocktails – The 150-year-old farmhouse and cottage dating to the 1930s were preserved and restored with classic elements and charming details. Plus, many of the ingredients come from the restaurant’s own on-site garden. Make sure to get the shrimp and potato fritters to start. Steaks here are fantastic, too. Paschal’s – What started as a 30-seat restaurant in 1947 has expanded to an upscale Southern restaurant. Begin with the catfish fingers. Then, get the fried chicken, a signature dish. Pittypat’s Porch – Opened in the 1960s, Pittypat’s has changed very little, down to the Southern favorites on the menu, items like the black-eyed pea cakes, Southern salmon or Rhett’s Mixed Grill. Revival – Establishing roots in a refurbished elegant Southern home, Revival took great care to keep elements such as windows and hardwood floors the same as in the original building. If the Southern chowder is available, go for it. Standouts are the fried catfish and lemon icebox pie. South City Kitchen – This is a favorite spot to take guests looking for a taste of the South in a fun setting. All your Southern favorites are here, like shrimp and grits and fried chicken. Choices such as a catfish Reuben and Nashville fried chicken sandwich are available at lunch. Southern Art – Located in the Intercontinental Buckhead Atlanta, the
restaurant’s well-appointed decor and ceiling art frames the “ham bar,” with hams from all over. The menu changes seasonally but features Georgia shrimp and grits, pimento cheese and buttermilk fried chicken. Southern Bistro – Of course, there’s Southern seafood like trout and shrimp and grits for mains at this Sandy Springs restaurant, but go for the starters of fried green tomatoes, Brussels sprouts and the Southern egg rolls with ham, collards and apricot glaze. Sway – You don’t have to travel out of the Hyatt Regency Atlanta to experience Southern cuisine. Visit Sway and get the deviled eggs (topped with bacon/crab/jalapeño) and fried green tomatoes. Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint – It’s crowded during weekend brunch, so go for a weekday dinner when it is less busy. Start with the sampler of fried green tomatoes, onions and fried okra. The fried catfish (fish and chips) and the pork chop are super. Urban Foodie Feed Store – Looking for a spot near the airport? Check out this new Southern restaurant in College Park. Items here have an elegant twist. Try the Southern Fried (goat cheese-stuffed fried green tomatoes with crispy collards) or the Down South (bacon-wrapped quail breast with mango salsa). Watershed on Peachtree – At lunch there are daily specials Tuesday through Saturday for $16. These include items like meatloaf and fried chicken and biscuits. Chicken and dumplings, blackened red fish and a truffle chicken salad sandwich are also delicious. Wisteria – This Inman Park restaurant is located in a gorgeous historic brick building. Get the black-eyed pea hummus and the molasses-rubbed pork tenderloin.
SOUL FOOD L Marie’s – If you find yourself in Cobb County with a hankering for Southern food, visit L Marie’s. Get the fried chicken, sweet potato souffle and squash casserole here. Beautiful Restaurant – Tip: Try the teamonade (the restaurant’s answer to an Arnold Palmer). The pork chops are a highlight here. Oxtails are a good choice, too. Collards as a side are a must. For dessert, get the strawberry cake or banana pudding. Big Daddy’s – There are a couple locations in Atlanta of this cafeteria-style spot. Don’t go here on Sundays as the line is wrapped around the building. Get the dressing, cabbage and broccoli casserole. Busy Bee Cafe – Some of the best fried chicken in Atlanta can be found here. Heads up: It’s closed on Saturdays. Sides include fried green tomatoes, mashed potatoes, fried okra, fried corn and, of course, collards. Soul Vegetarian – Located in the PonceyHighland neighborhood, this is a vegetarian’s paradise with its take on soul food. Get the barbecue tofu or cauliflower. Twisted Soul – A more modern take on soul food on the Westside is Twisted Soul. Cranberry moonshine gravy on top of stuffed turkey wings? Yes, please. -Malika Bowling
GREAT DINING DOWNTOWN Whether you are visiting, have out-of-town guests, a business dinner or just want to plan a fun outing, downtown Atlanta has lots of great restaurants. Here are a few. ALMA COCINA This Latin restaurant is a short walk from many of the downtown attractions and a world away from a chain restaurants experience. The menu is divided into various sections, which is good to suit a group of diverse eaters. Get the huaraches – crisp corn masas with different toppings like goat or shrimp. Cocktails are well made here, too.
WHITE OAK KITCHEN & COCKTAILS Located in the heart of downtown, this is a great choice for a business meal or to enjoy after an afternoon of touristy activities downtown. The Southern take on shrimp or fish is both delicious and light. For something heartier, there always seems to be one dish with pork belly in it, and you don’t want to miss out on that. -Malika Bowling
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DER BIERGARTEN With its prime downtown location and the fact that it has rooftop dining, the German restaurant could just stop there. But it doesn’t. Several other things that make it a great spot are that it is dog friendly, you can catch whatever big game is happening on large screens and the cuisine is quite delicious.
NIKOLAI’S ROOF Dine like Russian royalty at Nikolai’s Roof at the top of the Hilton Atlanta. The cool and crisp white decor of the restaurant is certainly alluring, but it’s the view most love. Two-top tables are set against the floor-to-ceiling windows, with stunning views of the Atlanta skyline. Winning dishes are the sweet potato and coconut bisque, full of lump crab. Lamb and duck are specialties here, and fish is sensational, too.
POLARIS High atop Hyatt Regency Atlanta in downtown Atlanta is the famed Blue Dome, resurrected after a long hiatus. Polaris has its own bourbon through a partnership with Elijah Craig. You really can’t go wrong with any of the cocktails, though. Plus, Polaris makes its own honey and grows many of its own herbs. The menu is small and changes quite often, but past highlights featured grouper cheeks and more.
POOR CALVIN’S How do you meld Asian and Southern food? Chef Calvin Phan has found a way to serve up amazing creations from these two wonderful cuisines with offerings like the fried goat cheese with curry mustard and the grouper Thai curry. Make reservations as this spot is quite popular.
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WHERE TO HEAR LIVE MUSIC We’ve heard it again and again — Where can I see live music when I’m in town? Here are a few picks from our team and some experts in the field. DOWNTOWN The Tabernacle. A former church, now a multilevel music venue. The Cotton Club is located in the basement and presents local acts. www.tabernacleatl.coma Hard Rock Cafe. Rock bands hit the stage in Velvet Underground, an intimate venue connected to the restaurant. www.hardrock.com/cafes/atlanta Trader Vic’s. Located in the basement of the Hilton Atlanta, Trader Vic’s hosts live music each Thursday night at 8:30 p.m. www.tradervicsatl.com The Masquerade. Established in 1990 and recently relocated to Kenny’s Alley at Underground Atlanta, the venue features three levels showcasing indie rock, punk, metal and rockabilly. www.masqueradeatlanta.com
OLD FOURTH WARD City Winery. A fully functioning winery that presents intimate concerts. www.citywinery.com/atlanta Venkman’s. Features rock and roll, bluegrass, soul, salsa, country swing, and much more with a hip vibe. www.venkmans.com
MIDTOWN Red Light Café. Intimate listening room vibe featuring local bands, open mic nights and a monthly burlesque
review. This all-ages venue offers a full menu and bar featuring an extensive craft beer selection. www.redlightcafe.com The Drunken Unicorn. Located beneath Friends on Ponce, this venue is literally underground with punk, electronic and hip hop acts. MJQ Concourse is an adjoining dance spot. www.thedrunkenunicorn.net Center Stage. Center Stage Theatre, The Loft and Vinyl serve three areas for national acts and smaller, local bands. www.centerstage-atlanta.com Woodruff Arts Center. The Grammy Award-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra plays here. www.woodruffcenter.org
BUCKHEAD Johnny’s Hideaway. One of Atlanta’s oldest nightclubs with DJs spinning hits from the 50s to today. www.johnnyshideaway.com
LITTLE FIVE POINTS The Variety Playhouse. Hosts rock, country, folk, bluegrass, jazz, blues and world music with tables, theater-style seats and standing areas. www.variety-playhouse.com Star Community Bar. Presents bands from the rock, garage, rockabilly, rocksteady, blues and punk genres, and a shrine to Elvis. www.starbaratlanta.com
Northside Tavern. With blues seven nights a week, this institution has been voted “best dive,” “best blues club” and various other accolades since 1972. www.northsidetavern.com
Eddie’s Attic. An intimate listening room for songwriters that has launched many local artists’ careers, including Shawn Mullins, Sugarland and John Mayer. www.eddiesattic.com
Terminal West. Found at the King Plow Arts Center, the 100-year-old iron and steel foundry now sports a beautiful space for bands, particularly electronic, mostly dubstep. www.terminalwestatl.com
VIRGINIA-HIGHLAND Blind Willie’s. Featuring great blues, booze and food from Memphis, Chicago and New Orleans. www.blindwilliesblues.com
EAST ATLANTA The Earl. Never mind that it serves a mean burger, The Earl is an alternative music haven and was voted one of Playboy’s 10 best rock clubs in the U.S. www.badearl.com 529. Dive bar where fans come to hear small bands in a cool atmosphere. www.529atlanta.com The Basement. Located under The Graveyard Tavern, and relatively new to the underground club scene. The Graveyard, incidentally, is called “a sunny place for shady people.” www.basementatl.com
GRANT PARK Grocery on Home. A private home with live music, films and discussions. RSVPs are required, and updates can be found on the website. www.facebook.com/groceryonhome
ALPHARETTA Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre. An open-air venue hosting top acts during the temperate months. www.vzwamp.com
NORTH OF THE CITY Coca-Cola Roxy. Atlanta’s iconic music venue has been revived at The Battery Atlanta, as the Braves and Live Nation create one of the most dynamic music settings in the area. The 53,000-square-foot entertainment venue is located at The Battery Atlanta next to SunTrust Park. The theater has a standing room only capacity of 4,000 and features approximately 40 music and comedy shows a year. www.cocacolaroxy.com
FIND OUT MORE This is just a small sample of Atlanta’s music scene and upcoming acts. For a full list, check Atlanta.net/livemusic
Blake Shelton March 8 Philips Arena www.philipsarena.com
Romeo Santos March 18 Philips Arena www.philipsarena.com
Dashboard Confessional March 23 Buckhead Theatre www.thebuckheadtheatreatl.com
Miguel March 27 Coca-Cola Roxy www.cocacolaroxy.com
Big K.R.I.T. April 6-7 The Tabernacle www.tabernacleatl.com
Kathleen Madigan April 13 Buckhead Theatre www.thebuckheadtheatreatl.com
April 13-14 The Fox Theatre www.foxtheatre.org
Lorde April 14 Infinite Energy Center www.infiniteenergycenter.com
Concert highlights of the performers appearing in Atlanta in March and April
The Decemberists April 15 Coca-Cola Roxy www.cocacolaroxy.com
“Weird Al” Yankovic April 15 The Tabernacle www.tabernacleatl.com
Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band April 17 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre www.vzwamp.com
Clockwise from above: P!nk; Alabama; “Weird Al” Yankovic; Blake Shelton; Romeo Santos; Foo Fighters
Judah & the Lion April 20 The Tabernacle www.tabernacleatl.com
P!nk April 21 Philips Arena www.philipsarena.com
April 28 Georgia State Stadium www.stadium.gsu.edu
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OUTDOOR SPRING SHOPPING It doesn’t get much better than shopping in Atlanta’s many open-air shopping districts. Take your pick – trendy, high-end, tried and true, or affordable. Atlanta has it all. BY CAROL CARTER ATLANTIC STATION If you want to know what urban redevelopment looks like, travel no further than Atlantic Station, which underwent a metamorphosis from being the brownfield site of a former steel mill to one of Atlanta’s most stylish and go-to stops for shoppers. After visiting the giant IKEA store (Can you find the exit?), shop Banana Republic, Target, Victoria’s Secret and West Elm to name just a few of the well-known retailers beckoning shoppers. Hungry? Treat yourself to soup and salad at Salata or a taste of the Irish at Meehan’s Public House. Insider tip: Different seasons bring different events to Atlantic Station. In the springtime, bring the kiddos for an Easter egg hunt. www.atlanticstation.com
WESTSIDE PROVISIONS DISTRICT One plus one equals one dynamic shopping destination. Westside Provisions District was born when Westside Urban Market (once
United Butchers Abattoir) and White Provision (once a meatpacking plant) joined forces via a footbridge to become a sought-after shopping haven. Today, it’s where shoppers seek out treasures at Anthropologie, Free People, Peridot West, Little Barn Apothecary and plenty more. Get your java jive at Brash Coffee before or after dining on a chicken enchilada at Taqueria del Sol. Don’t leave without a treat from Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams. Insider tip: The patio at JCT. Bar is just right for people watching and sharing small plates. www.westsideprovisions.com
PONCE CITY MARKET One of the hippest and hottest shopping destinations in Atlanta, Ponce City Market is steeped in retail history. The development, once a giant Sears, Roebuck & Co. warehouse and store, made Travel + Leisure’s list of coolest tourist attractions. Roam the massive building, constructed in 1926, and you’ll find
classic clothes for women at Abbey Glass and pick up the ingredients needed to craft a yummy cocktail at 18.21 Bitters. Remember Fido with a surprise from Ace & Jack. Visit the Food Hall for Indian street food at Botiwalla, wildly popular burgers at H&F, coffee at Dancing Goats and much more. Insider tip: If you’re coming off the Atlanta BeltLine with your dog, pooches are welcome in the courtyard. www.poncecitymarket.com
SHOPS AROUND LENOX Just across the street from Lenox Square (anchored by Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus and Macy’s), find the outdoor Shops Around Lenox. Here’s where to shop Draper James (Reese Witherspoon’s retail offering of fashion and home goods) or the expansive Crate & Barrel. Visit fab’rik for clothing, shoes and accessories and Kendra Scott for jewelry and gifts. Try some North Indian cuisine at Bhojanic or grab a smoothie at Roots Juices. Insider tip: Keep a lookout for street art from well-known artists HENSE and Peter Ferrari. www.shopsaroundlenox.com
THE SHOPS BUCKHEAD ATLANTA When your debit card balance is no obstacle, point your GPS to The Shops Buckhead Atlanta, home of more than 50 designer stores, arrayed along six city blocks. If it’s clothes you’re after, try Alice & Olivia, Cynthia Rowley, Billy Reid or Dior. Home furnishings? Check in at Anne O Art or Jonathan Adler. If shoes are your guilty pleasure, then visit Jimmy Choo or Christian Louboutin. You won’t go hungry with choices like Cut Bar (fried chicken sandwich) or a sweet treat from Amorino Gelato. Insider tip: If you want to pick up something affordable, try L’Occitane for moisturizing oils and shea butters. www.theshopsbuckheadatlanta.com
NORTH GEORGIA PREMIUM OUTLETS Depending on where you start, this outdoor shopping center is about 90 minutes north of Atlanta right on Georgia 400. Indulge in some retail therapy at shops like WilliamsSonoma Outlet, Restoration Hardware Outlet and Pottery Barn Outlet. If it’s clothing you crave, stop here for the Talbot’s Outlet,
Under Armour, Lucky Brand jeans and Kate Spade New York. Visit Buckhead Grill for a sandwich, Caribou Coffee for a pick-me-up or dash into Auntie Anne’s for a pretzel. Insider tip: Check in at the mall office for coupons, and if you have kids, stop by the Children’s Courtyard between The Children’s Place Outlet and Gap Outlet. www.premiumoutlets.com/outlet/north-georgia
OUTLET SHOPPES AT ATLANTA Travel up Interstate 75 North and exit at Interstate 575, where you’ll find the Outlet Shoppes at exit 9, right off the highway. The Levis Outlet is a favorite as is Columbia Factory Store, Steve Madden and, oh yes, Ghirardelli Chocolate. Even though shopping here is an outdoor experience, most of the walkways have roofs, so you can shop (and sing) in the rain. Get a milkshake to go with your burger at Johnny Rockets, and top it off with a chocolate chipper at Great American Cookie. Insider tip: In general, savings here add up to 20 to 70 percent off retail. www.theoutletshoppesatatlanta.com
Clockwise from top left: Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta; Atlantic Station; Westside Provisions District; Ponce City Market.
INDOOR HONORABLE MENTIONS These shopping areas are perfect for a rainy day, or even a sunny day when you’re looking for a place to stay cool. • Since 1959, Lenox Square has served as the Southeast’s premier shopping destination, anchored by Bloomingdale’s, Neiman Marcus and Macy’s, and features 250 specialty stores such as Louis Vuitton, Diesel, 7 for All Mankind, Alex and Ani, Burberry, A/X, Escada, Prada and a two story Nike flagship store, plus restaurants. • Just across Peachtree Street, Phipps Plaza is anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom. Phipps Plaza offers more than 100 stores and destinations, including Tiffany & Co., Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Arhaus, Tory Burch, Michael Kors, Versace, Vince, Valentino, Bottega Veneta and LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Atlanta. • Perimeter Mall in Dunwoody is accessible by Marta and is anchored by Dillards, Von Maur, Nordstrom and Macy’s. Shop at the Disney Store, Hanna Andersson, H&M, Lucky Brand and Michael Kors. When it’s time to grab a bite, consider Shake Shack, Seasons 52, Max’s Coal Oven Pizzeria, Capital Grille and a diverse food court.
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MORE OUTLET SHOPS Besides the outlet shops listed in our main shopping article, there are many more. Here are a few more. Tanger Outlet Center in Commerce, Ga., features more than 85 outlets, including J. Crew, Coach Factory, Abercrombie & Fitch and Aeropostale, while the Tanger Outlet Center in Locust Grove, south of Atlanta on Interstate 75, offers savings. Calhoun Premium Outlets (formerly Prime Outlets) offers savings at more than 50 stores, including Ann Taylor, Carter’s, Coach, Gap Outlet, Loft Outlet, Nike and Georgia stores RAK Outfitters and Trendy You.
Sugarloaf Mills in Lawrenceville, Ga., has 1.2 million square feet in dining and entertainment, including Dave & Buster’s and Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, as well as retail and outlet shopping options such as Kenneth Cole Outlet Store, Last Call by Neiman Marcus and Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World.
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discover atlantic station SHOP Dillard’s, Publix, Atlanta’s only IKEA and the South’s new flagship H&M. EXPERIENCE the best in movies at the Southeast’s largest Regal Cinemas 18 along with a host of entertainment and event options in our Central Park. DINE at 17 restaurants – including Atlanta’s first Salata as well as unique, chef-driven concepts like The Pig & The Pearl or Chick-a-Biddy.
Everyone knows that Atlanta is the hometown of Coca-Cola, and women around the world know that Spanx also makes its home in Atlanta. But there are lots of other wonderful products that are made right in Atlanta that we use every day. Let us introduce you to them.
BEAUTY AND FASHION As a mother of four (including triplet daughters), Elizabeth Howard Newton wanted to prioritize her family and career and have a creative outlet. She founded enewton Designs, and her jewelry is now sold in more than 500 retail outlets as well as online. HollyBeth Organics have gotten rave reviews from national fashion magazines, and we agree. The products are USDA-Certified Organic products and are sold in stores and online at reasonable prices. The line includes organic facial and body products, organic cleansers and hand creams. HollyBeth Anderson started with an eye cream in her kitchen and quickly found a market for certified organic products that feel and smell great — and work! Oka-B started out making the flip-flops in many high-end spas, but now the company makes fabulous shoes, called Microplast, from recycled materials. They are soft, lightweight and flexible. Not only are the shoes comfortable, but they include reflexologyinspired massage beads that pamper your feet. With many colors and designs, they are especially great for traveling or bad weather when you want to look fashionable but need rain-proof shoes. Sally B’s Skin Yummies is a luxurious skin care and cosmetics line whose products are organic, natural, cruelty-free and wild-crafted. Among the products are an antioxidant serum, powder blush, green mud mask and a cool misting spray.
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It sometimes gets hot in Atlanta and one of the best thirst-quenchers is a cool, delicious old-fashioned ice pop. King of Pops are handmade fruity and creamy pops with such delicious flavors as strawberry lemonade, chocolate sea salt, Thai iced tea, king blackberry mojito and raspberry lime. There is also a King of Pops line for your dog called King of Pups.
PERSONAL GIFTS Brumby Rocker, located just north of Atlanta, has been making rocking chairs for
generations. Started in 1884, the Brumby Chair Co. made fine handmade furniture, and today Brumby rockers can be found on the porches of resorts such as Yellowstone National Park and also on the porch of the family around the block. Wahoo Fitness is a tech-fitness company that has created an ecosystem of sensors and devices for runners, cyclists and fitness enthusiasts. The equipment connects every stride, crank and squat to your smartphone, tablet or laptop to ensure that you’re getting the workout that you deserve. -Mary Welch
Serenbe is nestled in the beautiful countryside of Chattahoochee Hills, an easy, 30-mile drive southwest of Atlanta. Experience our Saturday farmers market and farm tours, boutique shops, bookstore, farm-to-table restaurants, 29-bedroom Inn and horseback riding. Our event calendar is full of wine dinners and tastings, outdoor theatre, live music, film screenings, cooking classes and more.
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Atlanta is home to a thriving craft beer scene, and some of the breweries offer tours and tasting rooms. Among our favorites are Orpheus Brewing Company, SweetWater Brewery and Gate City Brewing Co. Arden’s Garden is Atlanta’s fresh juice manufacturer. Available in supermarkets such as Whole Foods, Publix and Kroger, the juices also are available at various coffee and bagel shops, health food stores and Arden’s Garden stores. All juices and smoothies are made from combinations of more than 20 fruits and vegetables. Detox and cleansing juices are also available. Atlanta Spirit Whiskey got its start when Jim Chasten, Charlie Thompson and Justin Manglitz developed a love of spirits at the University of Georgia (Frankly, that’s not too unusual.). But they started a distillery in Atlanta and decided to concentrate on making Spirit Whiskey, a clean whiskey (a perfect substitute for vodka or bourbon), Fiddler Bourbon, Resurgens Rye and Georgia Orchard Apple Brandy. They also give tours and have a shop of appropriate crystal and other items that help in enjoying a spirit. Chuice is a juice you chew. It’s filled with more than 35 fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and herbs and is packed with nutrients, vitamins, fiber and lots of other good stuff. By chewing, the body starts digestion naturally and secretes enzymes in the mouth to begin digestion. Chuice is made by hand, using a combination of chopping, juicing and blending. Among the products are Heart Beet and Evergreen. Emily G’s started out selling four jams at a farmers market in 2008 and now sells 18 jam flavors, sauces and relish. Best sellers include jalapeño raspberry, peach marmalade and fig pomegranate. Emily G’s also offers an awardwinning Three Pepper Relish. Georgia Grinders sells nut butters made from all natural ingredients that are also nonGMO. Among the products are the original almond butter as well as crunchy peanut butter, creamy cashew butter and pecan butter. Some are even Whole 30 approved. The Cinnamon Vanilla Pecan Peanut Butter tastes almost exactly like French Toast, making it a worthy souvenir for your trip home. High Road Craft Ice Cream started as a group of chefs who made ice cream for other chefs to serve in restaurants, hotels and resorts. Today the ice cream is available in stores in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Part of the secret is that High Road makes everything that goes into its ice cream, such as the cookies, brownies, fruit preserves and caramels. High Road’s founder and CEO Keith Schroeder’s book, “Cooking Light Made Delicious: The Science of Making Good-forYou-Food Taste Amazing,” won a 2015 James Beard Award.
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Left: Atlanta Braves infielder Freddie Freeman. Above: Atlanta Hawks shooting guard/small forward Kent Bazemore; Below: Atlanta United FC forward Josef Martinez
HIT A HOME RUN THIS SPRING From basketball to soccer, Atlanta’s sports lineup is full of exciting action sure to keep you on the edge of your seat. Here are some of the must-see happenings taking place across the city. BY WENDY BOWMAN HOME OF THE BRAVES
Heading to SunTrust Park for an Atlanta Braves game has proven to be an entertaining experience for fans, and this season promises even more fun. Think plenty of big-league baseball action led by new General Manager Alex Anthopoulos; a tasty food lineup; and The Battery Atlanta featuring the new Omni Hotel anchored by Hugh Acheson’s Southern-inspired Achie restaurant, and coming soon, the Garden & Gun magazine’s new social club and cocktail bar. Also on tap this spring is an extra dose of promotional giveaways including tomahawks, magnetic schedules, and Ender Inciarte and mascot bobbleheads. Looking for an even more exclusive trip to the ballpark? Check out the team’s VIP and Ultimate VIP Experiences — ranging from $150-$450 (and $100-$400 for children) and including VIP credentials, gift bags and behind-the-scenes tours. www.braves.com
On the city’s pro basketball scene, the Atlanta Hawks wrap up their 50th season with a new-look roster featuring last year’s breakout star Dennis Schröder, along with other young core players such as Kent Bazemore, Taurean Prince and 2017 firstround draft pick John Collins. Look for exciting matchups coming up at Philips Arena versus the defending NBA Champion Golden State Warriors March 2, plus the Oklahoma City Thunder and a roster including three All-Star players March 13. While at the arena, be sure to take in the venue’s new look as well — complete with lots of unique experiences on every level, including the new Hawks Bar designed in the shape of the team’s Pacman logo just a few feet from the court. And, for special ticket offers, check out the Chick-fil-A Fan Pack (four game tickets and four Chick-fil-A meals) and Sunday
FUNday 4-pack (four game tickets with $10 of food and drink credit per ticket). www.hawks.com
JUST FOR KICKS Major League Soccer’s Atlanta United kicks off its second season in Atlanta March 11 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium with a home opener against D.C. United, followed by another home game March 17 versus Vancouver Whitecaps FC. Of special note: a highly anticipated April 7 matchup versus the league’s newest expansion team, Los Angeles Football Club. Expect lots of action all season long, with a loaded roster that includes newly signed Ezequiel Barco — an 18-year-old midfielder from Independiente in Argentina — alongside returning MLS Best XI performers Miguel Almirón and Josef Martinez, 2017 MLS Rookie of the Year Julian Gressel, and MLS veterans Michael Parkhurst Darlington Nagbe and Brad Guzan. www.atlutd.com
THE RACE IS ON The tradition of steeplechase racing in the Atlanta region lives on, with the Georgia Steeplechase Race Meet and Spring Festival taking over the site formerly occupied by
SPORTS the Atlanta Steeplechase. View top-flight thoroughbred racing over fences April 7 at the 500-acre Kingston Downs (between the cities of Cartersville and Rome)—as well as plenty of new attractions. Gates open at 9 a.m. and infield activities run until 8 p.m. complete with a Food Truck Furlong; Vineyard Row featuring tastings from Georgia wineries; Running of the Hounds; Hat Parade and Contest; Kids Corral with stick horse racing, face painting and more; and post-race party and concert. www.georgiasteeplechase.org
GAME TIMES Highlights of sporting events in Atlanta during March and April. For a complete listing visit atlanta.net.
ATLANTA BRAVES SunTrust Park www.braves.com vs. Philadelphia Phillies, March 29 (4:10 p.m.), March 30 (7:35 p.m.), March 31 (7:10 p.m.)
College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience
CATCH IT BEFORE IT LEAVES! If you’re a huge fan of college football, then one of the definite stops on your visit to Atlanta should be The College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience, in the heart of Atlanta’s sports, entertainment and tourism district. Only on view for a limited time through spring, the Hall is displaying artifacts and memorabilia from 2017 Hall of Famers
such as Peyton Manning and Steve Spurrier in the Specialty Exhibit delivered by UPS. Expect game-worn jerseys, helmets and other unique items including a letterman jacket worn by former Texas Longhorn offensive tackle Bob McKay and the Outland Trophy won by Mike Ruth (Boston College) in 1985. www.cfbhall.com
vs. Washington Nationals, April 2 and 3, (7:35 p.m.), April 4 (12:10 p.m.) vs. Philadelphia Phillies, April 16-17 (7:35 p.m.) vs. New York Mets, April 19 and 20 (7:35 p.m.), April 21 (7:10 p.m.), April 22 (1:35 p.m.)
ATLANTA HAWKS Philips Arena www.hawks.com vs. Golden State Warriors, March 2, 7:30 p.m. vs. Phoenix Suns, March 4, 3:30 p.m. vs. Chicago Bulls, March 11, 3:30 p.m. vs. Oklahoma City Thunder, March 13, 7:30 p.m. vs. Charlotte Hornets, March 15, 7:30 p.m. vs. Philadelphia 76ers, March 30, 7:30 p.m. vs. Orlando Magic, April 1, 6 p.m. vs. Miami Heat, April 4, 7:30 p.m. vs. Philadelphia 76ers, April 10, 7:30 p.m.
ATLANTA UNITED FC Mercedes-Benz Stadium www.atlutd.com vs. D.C. United, March 11, 3 p.m. vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC, March 17, 7:30 p.m. vs. Los Angeles Football Club, April 7, 5 p.m. vs. New York City FC, April 15, 6 p.m. vs. Montreal Impact, April 28, 1 p.m.
GEORGIA STEEPLECHASE Kingston Downs www.georgiasteeplechase.org
NCAA® Division I Men’s Basketball South Regional
March Madness® returns to Atlanta for the first time in five years when Georgia Tech and Philips Arena host the NCAA® Division I Men’s Basketball South Regional on March 22 and 24. Atlanta has hosted 85 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament games, which ranks eighth all-time among all cities. However, the 2018 South Regional marks the first time that the tournament has come to Atlanta since the 2013 Final Four® at the Georgia Dome and Philips Arena’s debut as a Division I men’s
tournament venue. The winner of the four-team regional advances to the 2018 Final Four in San Antonio. After hosting this year’s South Regional at Philips Arena, March Madness returns to Atlanta in just two years when Georgia Tech hosts the 2020 Final Four at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Tickets for the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball South Regional available to the general public are sold out.
NCAA DIVISION I MEN’S BASKETBALL SOUTH REGIONAL
ARTS & CULTURE
RESOURCE GUIDE Attractions, restaurants, venues, services and more from members of Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau INDEX ARTS & CULTURE................................... 38 ATTRACTIONS........................................ 38 OUTDOORS & RECREATION................. 40 ENTERTAINMENT & NIGHTLIFE........... 40 RESTAURANTS BY AREA...................... 42 RETAIL..................................................... 46 SPORTS................................................... 47 TRANSPORTATION................................. 47 VISITOR SERVICES................................ 49 INFORMATION RESOURCES................ 50
ARTS & CULTURE ART MUSEUMS & GALLERIES Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, 535 Means Street, NW, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404-688-1970; info@ atlantacontemporary.org atlantacontemporary.org A non-profit art center that engages the public in the creation, presentation, and advancement of contemporary art. Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, 980 Briarcliff Road, N.E., Atlanta, GA, 30306; 404-872-5338; Fax: 404-872-5175; firstname.lastname@example.org www.callanwolde.org A fine arts center offering arts education programs & special events. High Museum of Art, 1280 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-733-4444; Fax: 404-733-5309; email@example.com www.high.org Boasts classic to contemporary art, exhibitions & renowned architecture. Michael C. Carlos Museum (Emory University), 571 South Kilgo Circle, Atlanta, GA, 30322; 404-727-4282; Fax: 404-727-4292; firstname.lastname@example.org www.carlos. emory.edu Hosts priceless treasures mapping a breadth of ancient cultures & customs. Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA), 1315 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-979-6455; info@ museumofdesign.org www.museumofdesign.org The only museum in the Southeast devoted to the celebration of design. September Gray Fine Art Gallery, 75 Bennett St., Suite 0-2, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-907-1923; Info@ septembergrayart.com www.septembergrayart.com A contemporary art gallery with a diverse and exciting group of artist. We believe you should have a true art experience. Swan Coach House Restaurant, Gift Shop & Gallery, The, 3130 Slaton Drive, N.W., Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404261-0636; Fax: 404-233-2012; events@swancoachhouse. com www.swancoachhouse.com Art Gallery nestled in the heart of Buckhead, Atlanta.
MUSIC & VENUES Atlanta Opera, The, 1575 Northside Drive NW, Building 300, Suite 350, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404-881-8801; Fax: 404-881-1711; email@example.com www.AtlantaOpera. org Produces live mainstage performances & impactful community engagement experiences. Atlanta Symphony Hall, 1280 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 4074, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-733-4900; Fax: 404-733-5159; firstname.lastname@example.org www. atlantasymphony.org Presents classical, Pops, family and holiday concerts from September to June. Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, 1280 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 4074, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-733-4848; Fax: 404-733-4999; www.atlantasymphony.org Serves as the cornerstone for musical performance & training via concerts & music education.
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, 2800 Cobb Galleria Parkway, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 770-916-2800; Fax: 770-916-2820; email@example.com www. cobbenergycentre.com Home for concerts, Broadway, Atlanta Opera & Atlanta Ballet. Fox Theatre, 660 Peachtree Street, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-881-2011; shelby.moody@foxtheatre. org www.foxtheatre.org 1920s movie palace hosting Broadway plays, events, performances & tours. Rialto Center for the Arts at Georgia State University, 80 Forsyth Street NW at Luckie Street, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-413-9814; Fax: 404-413-9801; firstname.lastname@example.org www.rialtocenter.org Hosts world-renowned performers, music and dance shows at Georgia State University. Tabernacle, 152 Luckie Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-577-4855; KarynKotler@LiveNation.com specialevents. livenation.com/venue/the-tabernacle-atlanta-ga Hosts private events and concerts in a converted Baptist Church.
THEATER & DANCE 7 Stages Theatre, 1105 Euclid Avenue, N.E., Atlanta, GA, 30307; 404-522-0911; email@example.com www.7stages. org Committed to educating and engaging audiences about current social topics via dance and acting. Agatha’s -- A Taste of Mystery, 161 Peachtree Center Ave, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-480-5233; Fax: 404-5842233; firstname.lastname@example.org www.agathas.com Enjoy a fivecourse, interactive murder mystery dinner theater show. Alliance Theatre, 1280 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-733-5000; Fax: 404-733-4625; www. alliancetheatre.org Serving a diverse audience on two stages. Atlanta Ballet, 1695 Marietta Blvd. NW, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404-873-5811 x207; groupsales@atlantaballet. com www.atlantaballet.com As the official State Ballet of Georgia, Atlanta Ballet presents a balanced blend of traditional ballets and innovative choreography. Atlanta Magic Theater, 444 Highland Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA, 30312; 925-984-6504; morrisonmagic@ yahoo.com www.atlantamagictheater.com An evening of world class magic and clean comedy with Atlanta Magician Peter Morrison! Every Friday and Saturday night at 6:30pm & 9:30pm Beacon Dance Company, P.O. Box 1553, Decatur, GA, 30031; 404-377-2929; email@example.com www. beacondance.org One of Atlanta’s most innovative, contemporary dance ensembles. Broadway in Atlanta, 2970 Clairmont Road, Suite 645, Atlanta, GA, 30329; 404-873-4300; Fax: 404-8720663; www.broadwayinatlanta.com Brings the best of Broadway to Atlanta, presented at The Fox Theatre. Buckhead Theatre, 3110 Roswell Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-843-2825; firstname.lastname@example.org www.thebuckheadtheatreatl.com Originally opened in 1931, The Buckhead Theatre sits at the gateway to one of the country’s most storied neighborhoods as Atlanta’s premier intimate theatrical venue. Center For Puppetry Arts, 1404 Spring Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30309-2820; 404-873-3391; email@example.com www.puppet.org Get up close and personal with puppets in the largest non-profit organization in the U.S. dedicated to puppetry. Cirque du Soleil, Inc., 8400 2nd Avenue, Montreal, ON, H2Z 4M6; 514-723-7646 ext. 7059; amine.ouadahi@ cirquedusoleil.com www.cirquedusoleil.com Discover LUZIA, where a waking dream transports you to an imaginary Mexico. Experience a wondrous world that inspires you to explore your senses, enveloped in light and nurtured by rain. Sep 14 - Nov 5, 2017 Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, 2800 Cobb Galleria Parkway, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 770-916-2800; Fax: 770-916-2820; firstname.lastname@example.org www.cobbenergycentre.com Home for concerts, Broadway, Atlanta Opera and Atlanta Ballet.
Dad’s Garage Theatre Company, 569 Ezzard St, Atlanta, GA, 30312; 404-523-3141; lara@dadsgarage. com www.dadsgarage.com The cornerstone of Atlanta’s improvisational comedy scene. Fox Theatre, 660 Peachtree Street, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-881-2011; shelby.moody@foxtheatre. org www.foxtheatre.org 1920s movie palace hosting Broadway plays, events, performances & tours. Full Radius Dance, P.O. Box 54453, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-724-9663; email@example.com www. fullradiusdance.org Professional dance company of dancers with & without disabilities. Georgia Ensemble Theatre, 950 Forrest Street, Roswell, GA, 30075; 770-641-1260; Fax: 770-641-1360; www. get.org Provides first-class theatre productions and educational opportunities on a year-round basis. Infinite Energy Center, 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Duluth, GA, 30097; 770-813-7500; info@InfiniteEnergyCenter. com www.InfiniteEnergyCenter.com The Arena features a state-of-the-art house reduction system which can easily, comfortably and quickly convert the space for groups ranging from 3, 500 to 13,000. The Arena includes 36 corporate suites, 2 party suites, club level seats, a spacious concourse, wider seats, a high-end sound system and acoustical enhancements to provide the best environment for experiencing a wide range of events. Rialto Center for the Arts at Georgia State University, 80 Forsyth Street NW at Luckie Street, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-413-9814; Fax: 404-413-9801; firstname.lastname@example.org www.rialtocenter.org Hosts world-renowned performers, music and dance shows at Georgia State University. Theatrical Outfit, 84 Luckie Street, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 678-528-1500; email@example.com www. theatricaloutfit.org Presents soul-stirring stories at the historic 200-seat Balzer Theater.
ATTRACTIONS AMUSEMENT & THEME PARKS Andretti Indoor Karting and Games, 11000 Alpharetta Hwy, Roswell, GA, 30076; 770-992-5688; samantha@ andrettikarting.com www.andrettikarting.com Entertainment destination featuring Superkarts, arcade, ropes course, laser tag, motion theater, sims & bowling w/ full restaurant & bar. LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta, 3500 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30326; 404-8489252; firstname.lastname@example.org www. legolanddiscoverycenter.com/atlanta Ages 3-10 will enjoy a 4-D cinema, rides and, of course, building with LEGOs. Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, 5900 Sugarloaf Parkway, Suite 517, Lawrenceville, GA, 30043; 770-2250230; 1-888-935-6878 email@example.com www. medievaltimes.com Feast your eyes on a live tournament while you feast on a 4-course meal fit for royalty! Spanish horses, sword fights, jousting, and more! Netherworld Haunted House, 6624 Dawson Boulevard, Norcross, GA, 30093; 404-608-2484; questions@fearworld. com www.hauntedatlanta.com A seasonal haunt known for its special effects, actors & terrifying scares. Six Flags Over Georgia, 275 Riverside Parkway, SW, Austell, GA, 30168; 770-739-3400; Fax: 770-732-3061; www.sixflags.com/overgeorgia Offers amusement park fun for all at Six Flags and Hurricane Harbor. Skyline Park, 675 Ponce de Leon Avenue #51, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 770-999-1530; events@skylineparkatlanta. com www.skylineparkatlanta.com Rooftop revelry, splendid scenic vistas, and carnival amusements are sure to delight any group. Skyview Atlanta, 168 Luckie Street, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 678-949-9023; firstname.lastname@example.org www. skyviewatlanta.com Enjoy climate-controlled panoramic views 200 ft. above Atlanta.
ATTRACTIONS EXHIBITIONS Cirque du Soleil, Inc., 8400 2nd Avenue, Montreal, ON, H2Z 4M6; 514-723-7646 ext. 7059; amine.ouadahi@ cirquedusoleil.com www.cirquedusoleil.com Discover LUZIA, where a waking dream transports you to an imaginary Mexico. Experience a wondrous world that inspires you to explore your senses, enveloped in light and nurtured by rain. Sep 14 - Nov 5, 2017
HISTORICAL SITES Atlanta Preservation Center, 327 St. Paul Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA, 30312-3129; 404-688-3353; Fax: 404-6883357; www.preserveatlanta.com Offers guided walking tours of Atlanta’s historic neighborhoods & sites. Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, 980 Briarcliff Road, N.E., Atlanta, GA, 30306; 404-872-5338; Fax: 404-872-5175; email@example.com www.callanwolde.org A fine arts center offering arts education programs & special events. Ebenezer Baptist Church, 101 Jackson Street, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30312; 404-688-7300; events. historicebenezer.org The historic church’s former pastors include MLK Sr. & Jr. Georgia State Capitol, 206 State Capitol, Atlanta, GA, 30334; 404-656-2846; www.libs.uga.edu/capitolmuseum An 1889 building with a dome topped with native gold, Georgia’s capitol houses many attractions. Historic Oakland Cemetery, 248 Oakland Avenue, SE, Atlanta, GA, 30312; 404-688-2107; info@ oaklandcemetary.com www.oaklandcemetery.com Discover Atlanta’s rich history at Oakland Cemetery! King Center, The, 449 Auburn Avenue, N.E., Atlanta, GA, 30312; 404-526-8900; firstname.lastname@example.org www.thekingcenter.org Visit the official living memorial dedicated to MLK, Jr. Margaret Mitchell House at Atlanta History Center Midtown, 979 Crescent Ave. N.E., Atlanta, GA, 303093964; 404-249-7015; Fax: 404-249-7118; www. MargaretMitchellHouse.com Tour Mitchell’s apartment where she wrote “Gone With the Wind.” Underground Atlanta, 50 Upper Alabama Street, Suite 007, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-523-2311; Fax: 404-5230507; email@example.com www.underground-atlanta. com Acts as a cultural hub in downtown & hosts food truck Wednesdays.
LANDMARKS Atlanta BeltLine, 100 Peachtree Street, NW, Suite 2300, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-477-3003; info@ atlbeltlinepartnership.org www.beltline.org Stay active on the BeltLine trail, one of Atlanta’s newest green spaces. Buckhead Theatre, 3110 Roswell Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-843-2825; firstname.lastname@example.org www.thebuckheadtheatreatl.com Originally opened in 1931, The Buckhead Theatre sits at the gateway to one of the country’s most storied neighborhoods as Atlanta’s premier intimate theatrical venue. Centennial Olympic Park, 265 Park Avenue West, NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-223-4412; Fax: 404-223-4499; email@example.com www.centennialpark.com The 21-acre park hosts concerts, festivals, 2 playgrounds, Fountain of Rings & more. CNN Studio Tours, 190 Marietta Street, NW, One CNN Center, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-827-2300; Fax: 404-827-4035; firstname.lastname@example.org www.cnn.com/tour A 55-minute guided walking tour with exclusive, behind-thescenes views. Ebenezer Baptist Church, 101 Jackson Street, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30312; 404-688-7300; events. historicebenezer.org The historic church’s former pastors include MLK Sr. & Jr. Fox Theatre, 660 Peachtree Street, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-881-2011; shelby.moody@foxtheatre. org www.foxtheatre.org 1920s movie palace hosting Broadway plays, events, performances & tours. Georgia Aquarium, 225 Baker Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-581-4000; email@example.com www.georgiaaquarium.org The nation’s largest and most magical aquarium! Visit our new 4D Funbelievable Theater and Sea Lions at Sun Trust Pier 225. Georgia State Capitol, 206 State Capitol, Atlanta, GA, 30334; 404-656-2846; www.libs.uga.edu/capitolmuseum The Capitol building houses a museum with artifacts, historic flags & art.
Governor’s Mansion, 391 West Paces Ferry Rd., NW, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-261-1776; mansion.georgia.gov Hosts tours of the spacious Greek Revival-style home, circa 1967. High Museum of Art, 1280 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-733-4444; Fax: 404-733-5309; firstname.lastname@example.org www.high.org Boasts classic to contemporary art, exhibitions & renowned architecture. Mercedes-Benz Stadium, 1 AMB Way NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 470-341-7500; events@mercedesbenzstadium. com http://mercedesbenzstadium.com/ Atlanta’s very own World-Class Sports and Entertainment Facility. Official stadium of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons and MLS Atlanta United. Philips Arena, One Philips Drive, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-878-3000; Fax: 404-878-3170; www.philipsarena. com The home of the Atlanta Hawks & Atlanta Dream hosts 160 events annually. Red Brick Brewing Company, 2323 Defoor Hills Road NW, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404-314-0117; jtopping@ atlantabrewing.com www.redbrickbrewing.com Georgia’s oldest craft brewery is available for tours and tastings. Check out our website for details! Skyline Park, 675 Ponce de Leon Avenue #51, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 770-999-1530; events@skylineparkatlanta. com www.skylineparkatlanta.com Rooftop revelry, splendid scenic vistas, and carnival amusements are sure to delight any group. Stone Mountain Park, 1000 Robert E. Lee Drive, Stone Mountain, GA, 30083; 800-401-2407; Fax: 770-498-5735; www.stonemountainpark.com Stone Mountain Park is Georgia’s most popular attraction. SweetWater Brewing Company, 195 Ottley Drive NE, Atlanta, GA, 30324; 404-691-2537; Fax: 404-214-0936; email@example.com www.sweetwaterbrew. com Serves as GA’s largest craft brewery. Open for tours & tastings The Varsity, 61 North Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404881-1706; Fax: 404-874-3989; www.thevarsity.com Serves as an Atlanta institution, offering fresh hot dogs & more. The Woodruff Arts Center, 1280 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404.733.4200; info@woodruffcenter. org www.woodruffcenter.org The Woodruff Arts Center has been the home for world-class art for all in Midtown, Atlanta since 1968. Westin Peachtree Plaza Atlanta, The, 210 Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-659-1400; Fax: 404-5897424; firstname.lastname@example.org www. westinpeachtreeplazaatlanta.com Standing 73 stories tall, the tower is the second-tallest all-hotel skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere. World of Coca-Cola, 121 Baker Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313-1807; 404-676-5151; www.worldofcoca-cola.com Houses a tasting room & the story of the world-famous beverage.
MUSEUMS Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, 535 Means Street, NW, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404-688-1970; info@ atlantacontemporary.org atlantacontemporary.org A nonprofit art center that engages the public in the creation, presentation, and advancement of contemporary art. Atlanta History Center, 130 West Paces Ferry Road, N.W., Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-814-4000; Fax: 404-8142041; www.atlantahistorycenter.com 33 acres includes 2 historic homes, Museum, Grand Overlook event space & more. Center for Civil and Human Rights, 100 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 678-999-8990; marketing@ civilandhumanrights.org www.civilandhumanrights. org Connects U.S. civil rights to global human rights movements. Children’s Museum of Atlanta, 275 Centennial Olympic Park Drive, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-659-KIDS; Fax: 404223-3675; email@example.com www.childrensmuseumatlanta.org Celebrates the power of play with interactive zones & exhibits. College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience, 250 Marietta St., NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-880-4800; Fax: 404-657-4081; firstname.lastname@example.org www.cfbhall.com Shows college football history by immersing fans in a game day experience.
David J. Sencer CDC Museum, 1600 Clifton Rd. NE, MS A-14, Atlanta, GA, 30329; 404-639-0830; Fax: 404639-0834; email@example.com www.cdc.gov/museum Features permanent & changing exhibitions on public health & CDC history. Delta Flight Museum, 1060 Delta Blvd B-914, Atlanta, GA, 30354; 404-715-7886; firstname.lastname@example.org www.deltamuseum.org Traces Delta’s history and houses 5 historic aircraft and a Boeing 737-200 full-motion simulator. Federal Reserve Bank Money Museum, 1000 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-498-8764; Fax: 404-4988050; www.frbatlanta.org/about/tours/museum.aspx Discover the fascinating story of money from barter to modern times. Fernbank Museum of Natural History, 767 Clifton Road, N.E., Atlanta, GA, 30307-1221; 404-929-6300; Fax: 404929-6405; email@example.com www. fernbankmuseum.org Home to dinosaurs, a Giant Screen 4K Theater, special exhibits and 75 acres of new outdoor adventures. High Museum of Art, 1280 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-733-4444; Fax: 404-733-5309; firstname.lastname@example.org www.high.org Boasts classic to contemporary art, exhibitions & renowned architecture. Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum, 441 Freedom Parkway N.E., Atlanta, GA, 30307; 404-8657100; Fax: 404-865-7102; email@example.com www. jimmycarterlibrary.gov Experience the life & work of the 39th President, Jimmy Carter. King Center, The, 449 Auburn Avenue, N.E., Atlanta, GA, 30312; 404-526-8900; firstname.lastname@example.org www.thekingcenter.org Visit the official living memorial dedicated to MLK, Jr. Margaret Mitchell House at Atlanta History Center Midtown, 979 Crescent Ave. N.E., Atlanta, GA, 303093964; 404-249-7015; Fax: 404-249-7118; www. MargaretMitchellHouse.com Tour Mitchell’s apartment where she wrote “Gone With the Wind.” Michael C. Carlos Museum (Emory University), 571 South Kilgo Circle, Atlanta, GA, 30322; 404-727-4282; Fax: 404-727-4292; email@example.com www.carlos. emory.edu Hosts priceless treasures mapping a breadth of ancient cultures & customs. Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA), 1315 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-979-6455; info@ museumofdesign.org www.museumofdesign.org The only museum in the Southeast devoted to the celebration of design. SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film, 1600 Peachtree Street NW, 4th Floor, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-253-3132; firstname.lastname@example.org www.scadfash.org SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film welcomes visitors of all ages; engage with dynamic exhibitions, captivating films and educational events. Southeastern Railway Museum, 3595 Buford Hwy, Duluth, GA, 30096; 770-476-2013; execdirector@ srmduluth.org www.southeasternrailwaymuseum. org Offers visitors a chance to learn the history of transportation. William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, The, 1440 Spring St., NW, Atlanta, GA, 30309-2837; 678-222-3700; Fax: 404-881-4009; www.thebreman.org Serves as an educational resource dedicated to Jewish heritage. World of Coca-Cola, 121 Baker Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313-1807; 404-676-5151; www.worldofcoca-cola.com Houses a tasting room & the story of the world-famous beverage.
PARKS, GARDENS & OUTDOORS Atlanta BeltLine, 100 Peachtree Street, NW, Suite 2300, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-477-3003; info@ atlbeltlinepartnership.org www.beltline.org Stay active on the BeltLine trail, one of Atlanta’s newest green spaces. Atlanta Botanical Garden, Inc., 1345 Piedmont Avenue, N.E., Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-876-5859; Fax: 404876-7472; email@example.com www. atlantabotanicalgarden.org An urban oasis in Midtown with 30 acres of gardens. Centennial Olympic Park, 265 Park Avenue West, NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-223-4412; Fax: 404-223-4499; firstname.lastname@example.org www.centennialpark.com The 21-acre park hosts concerts, festivals, 2 playgrounds, Fountain of Rings & more.
OUTDOORS Chattahoochee Nature Center, 9135 Willeo Road, Roswell, GA, 30075; 770-992-2055; Fax: 770-552-0926; www.chattnaturecenter.org A private non-profit 127-acre, interpretive center dedicatedto environmental education. North Georgia Canopy Tours: Georgia’s Ultimate Zipline - A Treetop Adventure, 5290 Harris Road, Lula, GA, 30554; 770-869-7272; Fax: 770-8699993; email@example.com www. northgeorgiacanopytours.com Found on 136 acres of forests & ponds, plus geocaching, camping & disc golf. Stone Mountain Park, 1000 Robert E. Lee Drive, Stone Mountain, GA, 30083; 800-401-2407; Fax: 770-498-5735; www.stonemountainpark.com Features a variety of fun family activities & outdoor adventures.
TOURS Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure - Atlanta, 265 Park Avenue West, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 805603-5620; firstname.lastname@example.org www. urbanadventurequest.com Explore Atlanta via smartphone-guided scavenger hunts. Atlanta Food Walks, 180 Northside Drive SW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 1-800-736-6343; email@example.com www.atlantafoodwalks.com Acclaimed food tour with 15 tastings and guided historical walk. Atlanta Motor Speedway, 1500 Tara Place, Hampton, GA, 30228; 770-707-7904; amssales@ atlantamotorspeedway.com www.atlantamotorspeedway. com Atlanta Motor Speedway sits on 887 acres of landscaped green space and serves as one of the South’s premier entertainment facilities, providing a one-of-a-kind experience for special events. Atlanta Movie Tours, 327 Nelson Street SW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 855-255-3456; Fax: 678-668-7497; info@ atlantamovietours.com www.atlantamovietours.com Trace the footsteps of favorite TV & movie characters via 3-hour tours. Atlanta Preservation Center, 327 St. Paul Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA, 30312-3129; 404-688-3353; Fax: 404-6883357; www.preserveatlanta.com Offers guided walking tours of Atlanta’s historic neighborhoods & sites. Atlanta Sightseeing Bus Tours, 231 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 1-800-279-9160; firstname.lastname@example.org www.atlsightseeingtours. net Atlanta Sightseeing Bus Tours provide a five-hour bus tour of Atlanta! ATL-Cruzers Electric Car & Segway Tours, 160 Ted Turner Dr NW, Ste D, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-492-7009; email@example.com www.atlcruzers.com City and Segway tours offering historical and culinary insight. Balloons Over Georgia, 112 Jason Lane, Cumming, GA, 30040; 678-438-5524; daryl.tatum.LTA@gmail.com www. balloonsovergeorgia.com Offers scenic Hot Air Balloon rides in the North Atlanta Area. Beer from Here Brew Tours, P.O. Box 3424, Decatur, GA, 30031; 470-285-2537; firstname.lastname@example.org www.beerfromherebrewtours.com We proudly serve the metro Atlanta area with fun and unique events specializing in local brewery, distillery and cidery tours. Our fleet can accommodate 6-53 people on a single vehicle. Best Friends Travel, 2179 Morris Ave Suite B, Atlanta, GA, 30084; 770-861-9380; Fax: 770-783-6557; bfttusa@ yahoo.com www.igotours.com Creates each travel program and tour service for the Southeast. Bicycle Tours of Atlanta, 659 Auburn Avenue, Unit G19, Studioplex Lofts in the Old Fourth Ward, Atlanta, GA, 30312; 404-273-2558; email@example.com www. biketoursatl.com Discover Atlanta’s neighborhoods on a 3-hour, 10-mile historic tour. Civil Bikes, 87 Clay Street, SE, Atlanta, GA, 30317; 404323-8754; firstname.lastname@example.org www.civilbikes.com Civil Bikes provides an authentic exploration of Atlanta through walking and bicycle tours. Tours reflect history, culture, and art. We highlight civil and human rights stories. Civil Rights Tours, 320 Martin Luther King Junior Drive SE, #Loft 13, Atlanta, GA, 30312; 404-386-0992; tom@ civilrightstour.com www.civilrightstour.com Civil Rights Tours guides you where history was made. Downtown Decatur Food Tours, 130 Clairemont Avenue, Decatur, GA, 30030; 770-999-9663; email@example.com www. downtowndecaturfoodtours.com A culinary journey to learn the rich history of Downtown Decatur. Mercedes-Benz Stadium, 1 AMB Way NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 470- 341-7500; events@mercedesbenzstadium. com mercedesbenzstadium.com/ Atlanta’s very own
World-Class Sports and Entertainment Facility. Official stadium of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons and MLS Atlanta United. Nightly Spirits, 437 Memorial Drive SE #C, Atlanta, GA, 30312; 844-678-8687; firstname.lastname@example.org nightlyspirits.com/atlanta-ghost-tours/ 437-C Memorial Dr SE, Atlanta, GA 30312; 202-596-6077; info@ nightlyspirits.com nightlyspirits.com Ghost tour meets pub crawl! The Historic Marietta Trolley, 131 Church Street, Marietta, GA, 30060; 770-425-1006; Fax: 770-4251007; email@example.com mariettatrolley.com Enjoy 60-minute tours of the city in an enclosed, climate controlled trolley. The Peachtree Trolley, 275 Baker St. NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 770-425-1006; firstname.lastname@example.org www. thepeachtreetrolley.com The Peachtree Trolley conducts 90-minute tours originating near Centennial Olympic Park
ZOOS & AQUARIUMS Georgia Aquarium, 225 Baker Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-581-4000; email@example.com www.georgiaaquarium.org Our 10 million gallons of water house the largest single aquarium habitat in the world. Zoo Atlanta, 800 Cherokee Avenue, S.E., Atlanta, GA, 30315; 404-624-5600; Fax: 404-627-7514; specialevents@ zooatlanta.org www.zooatlanta.org Inspires value & preservation of wildlife & provides family fun.
OUTDOORS & RECREATION CAMPGROUND Stone Mountain Park Campground, P.O. Box 778, Highway 78 East, Stone Mountain, GA, 30086; 770498-5710; firstname.lastname@example.org www. stonemountainpark.com Offers 452 wooded campsites with water & electricity for tents, pop-ups & motor homes.
GOLF COURSES Barnsley Resort, 597 Barnsley Gardens Road, Adairsville, GA, 30103; 770-773-7480; Fax: 770-7731779; email@example.com www.barnsleyresort.com Fazio-designed course encompassing 378 acres winding around Barnsley Resort. Par-72, 350-yard course. Golf School and instruction available. Charlie Yates Golf Course, 10 Lakeside Village Drive, Atlanta, GA, 30317; 404-373-4655; Fax: 404-3731633; firstname.lastname@example.org www. charlieyatesgolfcourse.com A Rees Jones-designed midlength course 4 miles east of downtown Atlanta. ClubCorp, Inc., 350 Tournament Players Drive, Milton, GA, 30004; 770-407-1433; Fax: 678-623-5666; jeannelle. email@example.com Offers 20 private clubs around Atlanta with 423 holes of golf. East Lake Golf Club, 2575 Alston Drive, SE, Atlanta, GA, 30317; 404-687-2445; Fax: 404-373-1437; www. eastlakegolfclub.com Home course of Bobby Jones and the oldest golf course in Atlanta. Heritage Golf Links, 4445 Britt Road, Tucker, GA, 30084; 770-493-4653; firstname.lastname@example.org www.heritagegolflinks.com Heritage Golf Links offers a perfect place for you to fine tune your game. Stone Mountain Golf Club, 1145 Stonewall Jackson Drive, (inside Stone Mountain Park), Stone Mountain, GA, 30083; 770-465-3272; Fax: 770-465-3300; derrick.strub@ marriott.com www.stonemountaingolf.com Features a 36-hole championship golf facility, open daily.
ENTERTAINMENT & NIGHTLIFE BARS Allora, 361 17th Street, Atlanta, GA, 30363; 404-961-7370; email@example.com www.alloraatl.com/ Allora entices with irresistible aromas and a warm, intimate environment. Bar 210 (Westin Peachtree Plaza), 210 Peachtree Street, N.W., Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-659-1400; www. starwoodhotels.com/westin/property/dining/index.ht ml?propertyID=1023&language=en_US Cocktails and appetizers throughout the day and into the night. Bentley’s Steakhouse (Atlanta Airport Marriott), 4711 Best Road, College Park, GA, 30337; 404-766-7900; www.bentleys-steakhouse.com/restaurant/hotels/hotelinformation/travel/atlap-atlanta-airport-marriott Savor fine steak, seafood or our nightly special with attentive service.
Big Kahuna, 303 Peachtree Center Ave, Suite PCA-01, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-644-0909; rkaba@bigkahunaatl. com www.bigkahunaatl.com Relax at the beach away from the beach for lunch, dinner and late night. Braves All Star Grill, 200 Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-476-3700; catering@BravesGrill.com www. bravesgrill.com Atlanta’s only gourmet sports bar. Now open Downtown. Fandangles Restaurant & Bar, 165 Courtland Street, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-659-6500; firstname.lastname@example.org www.atlantafandangles.com/ Newly remodeled bar open nightly. Located in Downtown Atlanta. Glenn’s Kitchen (Glenn Hotel), Glenn Hotel (Marriott Autograph Collection), 110 Marietta Street, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-469-0700; www.glennskitchenatl.com Offers American comfort food with southern flair & sophisticated ambiance. High Velocity (Atlanta Marriott Marquis) , 265 Peachtree Center Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-586-6174; www. highvelocityatlanta.com Takes sports bars to a new level with 24 beer varieties, plasma TVs & more. Latitudes Bistro & Lounge (Omni Hotel), 100 CNN Center, Atlanta, GA, 30335; 404-818-4452; www. omnihotels.com/hotels/atlanta-cnn-center/dining/ latitudes The perfect place to gather for the finest specialty drinks and appetizers. Living Room [Inside the W Atlanta Downtown], W Atlanta Downtown, 45 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd., Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-582-5800; Angela.Mccoy@whotels.com www.watlantadowntown.com/living-room Lounge with signature cocktails, DJ mixes & custom board games. Marlow’s Tavern (Northlake), 4156 LaVista Road, Tucker, GA, 30084; 678-987-1197; Fax: 404-8752724; email@example.com www.marlowstavern. com American tavern fare served in a modern, yet neighborhood atmosphere. Marlow’s Tavern (Plaza Midtown), 950 West Peachtree Street Suite 215, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-815-0323; firstname.lastname@example.org www.marlowstavern. com American tavern fare served in a modern, yet neighborhood atmosphere. Nikolai’s Roof Lounge (Hilton Atlanta), 255 Courtland Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-221-6362; www. hiltonatlantadowntown.com This lounge next to Nikolai’s Roof offers classic cocktails & small plates. Onyx Bar (Grand Hyatt Atlanta), 3300 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-237-1234; www. grandatlanta.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/entertainment/ lounges/index.jsp Sources products from local & sustainable sources for in-season cuisine. Park Bench Buckhead, 34 Irby Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-262-3624; email@example.com www.parkbenchbuckhead.com Park Bench Buckhead live music & tavern. Dueling piano shows and live bands Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Host venue for special events and private parties. Large outdoor patio and bar available. PBR Atlanta: A Coors Banquet Bar, 825 Battery Avenue SE, Suite 610, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 404447-1995; firstname.lastname@example.org liveatthebatteryatlanta.com Cowboy meets urban chic... The toughest sport on dirt transforms into the most stunning club all decked out with beautiful decor, cold beer, and a little bull riding. Proof & Provision, Georgian Terrace, 659 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-897-5045; www. proofandprovision.com Emphasizes barrel-aged cocktails in the basement of The Georgian Terrace Hotel. Pulse (Atlanta Marriott Marquis), 265 Peachtree Center Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-521-0000; Fax: 404586-6299; www.pulsebaratlanta.com Discover the art of mixology at a cool cocktail lounge & restaurant. Red Phone Booth, 17 Andrew Young International Blvd. NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; ; email@example.com www. redphonebooth.com An experience featuring a classic craft cocktail program. Guest enter by securing a secret phone number. SkyLounge (The Glenn Hotel), 110 Marietta Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-521-2250; sales-glennhotel@ lvmgt.com www.glennsskylounge.com Offers cocktails & music while guests enjoy panoramic city views. Smith’s Olde Bar, 1578 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta, GA, 30324; 404-875-1522; firstname.lastname@example.org www.smithsoldebar.com A historic music venue with 2 music rooms, and two full bars! Not to mention a game room with pool, darts and skii ball available.
ENTERTAINMENT STATS Brewpub, 300 Marietta Street, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-885-1472; email@example.com www.statsatl.com Serves serious food in a serious sports bar downtown. Studio Bar (Artmore Hotel), 1302 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-876-6100; Fax: 404-876-8269; www.artmorehotel.com Offers beer, wine & signature cocktails in a modern setting. Taco Mac (Metropolis), 933 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 678-904-7211; Fax: 678-904-7213; TMMetropolis@tmacrestaurants.com www.tacomac.com Serves buffalo wings & more in a sports bar with over 150 beers. Taco Mac (Philips Arena), 100 Techwood Drive NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-835-1192; Fax: 404-835-1194; TMPhilipsArena@tmacrestaurants.com www.tacomac. com Serves buffalo wings & more in a sports bar with over 150 beers. Taco Mac (Virginia Highland), 1006 N. Highland Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30306; 404-873-6529; Fax: 404-873-7339; TMVirginiaHighlands@tmacrestaurants.com www. tacomac.com Serves buffalo wings & more in a sports bar with over 150 beers. The Garden at Community Smith, 866 West Peachtree Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 678-412-2400; Fax: 678412-2401; www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/ restaurant/atlbd-renaissance-atlanta-midtown-hotel Enjoy appetizers & cocktails in a casual atmosphere under the stars. Trader Vic’s (Hilton Atlanta), 255 Courtland Street NE, Inside the Hilton Atlanta, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-2216339; firstname.lastname@example.org www.tradervicsatl.com Indulge in a Taste of the Tropics at Trader Vic’s Atlanta Twenty-Two Storys (Hyatt Regency Atlanta), 265 Peachtree Street, N.E., Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-5771234; 22Storys@hyatt.com atlantaregency.hyatt.com/ hyatt/hotels/entertainment/lounges/index.jsp#39203201 Features 22 beers, 22 wines & 22 food items in the Hyatt bar.
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Twin Peaks Buckhead, 3365 Piedmont Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-961-8946; buckhead@ twinpeaksrestaurant.com www.twinpeaksrestaurant. com Offers comfort food served by Twin Peaks Girls in a sports lodge.
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VOYA Bistro (Atlanta Airport Marriott), 4711 Best Road, College Park, GA, 30337; 404-766-7900; www.marriott. com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/atlap-atlantaairport-marriott VOYA Bistro, VOYA Sushi Bar, and VOYA Coffee & News.
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BREWERIES Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant - Midtown, 848 Peachtree Street, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-870-0805; Fax: 404-870-0806; email@example.com www. gordonbiersch.com Superior beer, great food and good times are served up fresh daily. Max Lager’s Wood-Fired Grill & Brewery, 320 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-525-4400; events@ maxlagers.com www.maxlagers.com Taste the flavors of Georgia’s oldest brewery restaurant. Red Brick Brewing Company, 2323 Defoor Hills Road NW, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404-314-0117; jtopping@ atlantabrewing.com www.redbrickbrewing.com Tour GA’s oldest craft brewery & taste beers brewed on-site.
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SweetWater Brewing Company, 195 Ottley Drive NE, Atlanta, GA, 30324; 404-691-2537; Fax: 404-214-0936; firstname.lastname@example.org www.sweetwaterbrew. com Serves as GA’s largest craft brewery. Open for tours & tastings.
CLUBS/LOUNGES Havana Club, 3112 Piedmont Road, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-941-4827; email@example.com www. havanaclubatl.com Voted Atlanta’s Best Night Club with 3 distinct rooms and 9 bars.
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Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, CNN Studio Tours, Zoo Atlanta OR Center for Civil and Human Rights, Fernbank Museum of Natural History OR College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience
Opera Nightclub, 1150B Peachtree Street (Entrance on Crescent Ave.), Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-874-3006; firstname.lastname@example.org www.OperaAtlanta.com Opera Nightclub is the ultimate Atlanta Nightclub destination with three very unique environments and the largest high energy dance floor. Tongue & Groove, 565 Main Street, Lindbergh City Center, Atlanta, GA, 30324; 404-261-2325; Fax: 404-8163706; email@example.com tandgevents.com Serves as Atlanta’s favorite nightclub, with private VIP options.
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RESTAURANTS COMEDY Atlanta Magic Theater, 444 Highland Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA, 30312; 925-984-6504; firstname.lastname@example.org www.atlantamagictheater.com An evening of world class magic and clean comedy with Atlanta Magician Peter Morrison! Every Friday and Saturday night at 6:30pm & 9:30pm Dad’s Garage Theatre Company, 569 Ezzard St, Atlanta, GA, 30312; 404-523-3141; lara@dadsgarage. com www.dadsgarage.com The cornerstone of Atlanta’s improvisational comedy scene.
ENTERTAINMENT FOR MATURE AUDIENCES Cheetah, The, 887 Spring Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-892-3037; email@example.com www. thecheetah.com Serves as an Atlanta gentlemen’s club landmark in Midtown.
FESTIVALS Atlanta Arts Festival, 6400 Powers Ferry Road NW, Suite 390, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 404-875-4434; Fax: 404-5744444; www.atlantaartsfestival.com The annual festival in Piedmont Park features an artist market, food & music. Atlanta Beer Festivals, 680 Dallas St NE, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-889-2113; firstname.lastname@example.org www.atlantabeerfestivals.com Atlanta Beer Festivals hosts fun events throughout the year around the city, including wine and food fests. Visit our website for more info. Atlanta Celebrates Photography, 675 Drewry St NE, Studio 4, Atlanta, GA, 30306; 404-634-8664; amy@ acpinfo.org www.acpinfo.org Through an October festival and more, ACP supports the photography scene. Atlanta Film Society, 25 Park Place, Suite 1000, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-352-4225; email@example.com www.atlantafilmsociety.org One of the largest in the U.S. with hundreds of films shown annually in March. Atlanta Greek Picnic, 6595G Roswell Road, Suite 233, Atlanta, GA, 30328; 404-530-9687; Fax: 678-265-1155; firstname.lastname@example.org www.atlantagreekpicnic. com Largest summer event of its kind for members of 9 fraternities & sororities. Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, 1800 Peachtree Street NW, Suite 830, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-528-2614; Fax: 404806-2348; email@example.com www.ajff.org International and independent films from around the world. BronzeLens Film Festival, 4801 Fulton Industrial Boulevard, Atlanta, GA, 30336; 404-538-6333; info@ bronzelens.com http://bronzelens.com/ Highlights Atlanta as a center for film & film production for people of color. Georgia Renaissance Festival, 6905 Virlyn B. Smith Road, Fairburn, GA, 30213; 770-964-8575; robin@ garenfest.com www.garenfest.com The Georgia Renaissance Festival, weekends and Memorial Day April 14-June 3, 2018. Discounts for Tour Groups - Email Groups@GArenfest.com Taste of Atlanta, 75 5th Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-875-4434; Fax: 404-574-4444; www.tasteofatlanta. com Taste of Atlanta is the city’s must-do bites and bevs festival of the year.
INDOOR GAMES AND RECREATION Adventure Air Sports, 425 Ernest W. Barrett Parkway, Suite 3500, Kennesaw, GA, 30144; 678-384-2020; firstname.lastname@example.org www.adventureairsports. com/ Adventure Air Sports is a World Class indoor trampoline park in Kennesaw, GA. Host your next meeting somewherethe entire group will enjoy. Look no further, Adventure Air Sports is the place. Andretti Indoor Karting and Games, 11000 Alpharetta Hwy, Roswell, GA, 30076; 770-992-5688; samantha@ andrettikarting.com www.andrettikarting.com 100, 000 sq ft event & entertainment destination featuring heartpounding attractions, scratch cuisine and expansive event spaces. Bowlmor Atlanta, 2175 Savoy Drive, Atlanta, GA, 30341; 770-451-8605; Sales.Atlanta@Bowlmor-AMF.com www. bowlmor.com/atlanta Not a typical bowling alley with dining, bar & floor-to-ceiling screens. Foxhall Resort and Sporting Club, 8000 Capps Ferry Road, Douglasville, GA, 30135; 770-489-4380; Fax: 404495-9578; email@example.com www.foxhallresort.com Corporate Meetings, Overnight Retreats, Recreational Team Games Game-X, 275 Baker Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404525-0728; Fax: 404-658-9438; firstname.lastname@example.org
www.gamexatl.com Gamers of all ages enjoy 60 games in this state-of-the-art arcade. LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta, 3500 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30326; 404-8489252; email@example.com www. legolanddiscoverycenter.com/atlanta Ages 3-10 will enjoy a 4-D cinema, rides and, of course, building with LEGOs. North Georgia Canopy Toursô Georgia’s Ultimate Zipline - A Treetop Adventure, 5290 Harris Road, Lula, GA, 30554; 770-869-7272; Fax: 770-8699993; firstname.lastname@example.org www. northgeorgiacanopytours.com Found on 136 acres of forests & ponds, plus geocaching, camping & disc golf. Painted Pin, The, 737 Miami Circle, Atlanta, GA, 30324; 404-814-8736; Fax: 404-814-8737; william@ thepaintedpin.com www.thepaintedpin.com Upscale boutique bar, bowling & entertainment venue with 20 lanes. SocialX, 675 Ponce De Leon Avenue NE, Suite 8500, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-424-2122; robert@playsocialx. com www.playsocialx.com We connect people to businesses through fun interactive mobile and on-site gaming experiences - driving sales, social amplification, and digital educational takeaways for consumers to reconnect with brands. Stars and Strikes Family Entertainment Center, 8767 Roswell Road, Sandy Springs, GA, 30350; 678-9655707; email@example.com www.starsandstrikes. com Houses bowling, games, laser tag, bumper cars & a restaurant/bar. Stoddard’s Range & Guns, 485 Bishop Street N.W., Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404-355-4867; info@stoddardsguns. com www.stoddardsguns.com A best in class shooting range experience right in the heart of Atlanta. Featuring a 24-lane range with state of the art technology. TopGolf - Midtown, 1600 Ellsworth Industrial Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 470-419-6980; brian.harper@topgolf. com www.topgolf.com/us/atlanta Premier entertainment facility offers a high-tech driving range along with upscale food and drinks.
INTERACTIVE EXPERIENCES Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure - Atlanta, 265 Park Avenue West, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 805-603-5620; eric@ urbanadventurequest.com www.urbanadventurequest.com Explore Atlanta via smart phone-guided scavenger hunts. Atlanta Hot Glass, LLC, 178 Laredo Drive, Decatur, GA, 30030; 404-460-2791; firstname.lastname@example.org www. atlantahotglass.com Atlanta Hot Glass offers fun, singlesession glassblowing events for adventure seekers who would like to try something new. Escape The Room Atlanta, 200 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 678-783-3387; atlanta@ escapetheroom.com atlanta.escapetheroom.com Find the clues, solve the puzzles, escape the room! The fastest 60 minutes of your life! First Thursdays ArtsWalk, 84 Walton Street Suite 500, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-658-1877; Fax: 404658-1919; email@example.com www. atlantadowntown.com/fun/first-thursdays-art-walk Take a free, self-guided tour of downtown galleries each first Thursday. Mission: Escape Atlanta, 500 Bishop Street NW, E3, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 678-369-0050; info@ missionescapeatlanta.com www.missionescapeatlanta. com MissionEscape Atlanta is the #1 rated escape room in Atlanta per Trip Advisor and Yelp. Voted #2 in USA Today’s 10 Best Escape rooms Porsche Experience Center Atlanta, One Porsche Drive, Atlanta, GA, 30354; 888-204-7474; info@porschedriving. com www.porschedriving.com/centers/Atlanta Go behind the wheel to test cars & tune your endurance. Features a restaurant & cafe. Ultimate Escape Game Atlanta, 3200 Cobb Galleria Parkway, Suite 150, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 770-6932318; firstname.lastname@example.org www. ultimateescapegame.com Come get immersed in a live test of wits with 5 different themed rooms and find your way out through puzzles and clues. Great for team building or a group outing.
LIVE MUSIC VENUES Center Stage Theater, 1374 W. Peachtree St., Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-885-1365; info@rivalentertainment. com www.centerstage-atlanta.com An icon in Atlanta’s music& performing arts community with 3 music spaces.
City Winery - Atlanta, 650 North Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-946-3791; email@example.com www.citywinery.com/atlanta/ Combining music, wine, and food, we offer intimate live concerts, fine dining, and food & wine classes. Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, 2800 Cobb Galleria Parkway, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 770-916-2800; Fax: 770-916-2820; firstname.lastname@example.org www. cobbenergycentre.com Home for concerts, Broadway, Atlanta Opera and Atlanta Ballet. Fox Theatre, 660 Peachtree Street, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-881-2011; shelby.moody@foxtheatre. org www.foxtheatre.org 1920s movie palace hosting Broadway plays, events, performances & tours. Opera Nightclub, 1150B Peachtree Street (Entrance on Crescent Ave.), Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-874-3006; email@example.com www.OperaAtlanta.com Opera Nightclub is the ultimate Atlanta Nightclub destination with three very unique environments and the largest high energy dance floor. Park Bench Buckhead, 34 Irby Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-262-3624; firstname.lastname@example.org www.parkbenchbuckhead.com Park Bench Buckhead live music & tavern. Dueling piano shows and live bands Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Host venue for special events and private parties. Large outdoor patio and bar available. Smith’s Olde Bar, 1578 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta, GA, 30324; 404-875-1522; email@example.com www.smithsoldebar.com Two live music stages! One intimate Atlanta room where you can hear great local music, & another larger room where legends have rocked out. Tabernacle, 152 Luckie Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-577-4855; KarynKotler@LiveNation.com specialevents.livenation.com/venue/the-tabernacleatlanta-ga Hosts private events and concerts in a converted Baptist Church.
RESTAURANTS DOWNTOWN AMERICAN & NEW AMERICAN Big Kahuna, 303 Peachtree Center Ave, Suite PCA-01, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-644-0909; rkaba@bigkahunaatl. com www.bigkahunaatl.com Relax at the beach away from the beach for lunch, dinner and late night. Braves All Star Grill, 200 Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-476-3700; catering@BravesGrill.com www. bravesgrill.com Atlanta’s only gourmet sports bar. Now open Downtown. Collage, The (Sheraton Atlanta Hotel), 165 Courtland Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-659-6500; www. sheratonatlantahotel.com/Dining Casual dining at its best with lunch, dinner & spectacular breakfast buffet. Dantanna’s Downtown, CNN Center,100 CNN Center, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-522-8873; david@dantannas. com www.dantannas.com Combines culinary excellence with sports entertainment. Fandangles Restaurant & Bar, 165 Courtland Street, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-659-6500; firstname.lastname@example.org www.atlantafandangles.com/ Newly remodeled dining room overlooking our Garden Courtyard. Glenn’s Kitchen (Glenn Hotel), Glenn Hotel (Marriott Autograph Collection),110 Marietta Street, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-469-0700; www.glennskitchenatl.com Offers American comfort food with southern flair & sophisticated ambiance. Hard Rock Cafe, 215 Peachtree Street, N.E., Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-688-7625; email@example.com www. hardrock.com/atlanta Legendary downtown restaurant with amazing food and cocktails. High Velocity (Atlanta Marriott Marquis) , 265 Peachtree Center Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-586-6174; www. highvelocityatlanta.com Takes sports bars to a new level with 24 beer varieties, 21 plasma TVs & more. Hudson Grille - Downtown, 120 Marietta St NW, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-221-0102; Fax: 404-2210144; firstname.lastname@example.org www. hudsongrille.com Features 50 draft beers, signature wings, award-winning burgers, craft cocktails, huge patio, EVERY game, UFC, and friendly staff. JP Atlanta Restaurant & Bar, 230 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-523-4004; cricciardi@jp-atlanta. com www.jp-atlanta.com Sleek hotel eatery featuring creative food and cocktails
RESTAURANTS Market Cafe (Inside AmericasMart), 250 Spring St., NW, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-220-2268; www.aramarkcafe. com/americasmart The menu includes sandwiches and salads, soups and outstanding entrees. Max Lager’s Wood-Fired Grill & Brewery, 320 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-525-4400; events@ maxlagers.com www.maxlagers.com Wood-fired cuisine, craft cocktails & the finest beer in the South Metro Cafe Diner, 229 Peachtree Street, Suite B-17, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-577-1420; muzo@ metrocafediner.com www.metrocafediner.com Offers a huge variety, from triple decker sandwiches to burgers & cakes, 24-hours. Park Bar, 150 Walton St., Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-5240444; email@example.com www.ParkbarAtlanta. com Park Bar is known by locals for its great food, fine bourbon & craft beer. Polaris (Hyatt Regency Atlanta), 265 Peachtree Stree NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-460-6425; www.hyatt.com/ corporate/restaurants/Polaris/en/Polaris.html?src=vanity_ polarisatlanta.com Iconic blue-domed destination serves cocktails & plates with amazing views. Prime Meridian Restaurant, 100 CNN Center, Atlanta, GA, 30335; 404-818-4450; www.omnihotel.com Enjoy international cuisine in an open kitchen atmosphere. Sear (Atlanta Marriott Marquis), 265 Peachtree Center Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-586-6134; www. searatlanta.com/ Serves sophisticated fire-inspired steaks, seafood & desserts. Social Table (Georgia World Congress Center), 285 International Blvd., NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-2234539; Features fine cuisine & wines from around the world. STATS Brewpub, 300 Marietta Street, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-885-1472; firstname.lastname@example.org www.statsatl.com Serves serious food in a serious sports bar downtown. Sun Dial Restaurant, Bar and View (Westin Peachtree Plaza), The Westin Peachtree Plaza,210 Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta, GA, 30303-1745; 404-589-7506; email@example.com www.sundialrestaurant.com Enjoy farm-to-table, seasonal cuisine with panoramic city views
Taco Mac (Philips Arena), 100 Techwood Drive NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-835-1192; Fax: 404-835-1194; TMPhilipsArena@tmacrestaurants.com www.tacomac. com Serves buffalo wings & more in a sports bar with over 150 beers. Ted’s Montana Grill, 133 Luckie Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-521-9796; Fax: 404-233-6717; www. tedsmontanagrill.com Serves fresh, made-from-scratch classic American comfort food. Terrace, The (Ellis Hotel), 176 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-523-5155; Provides upscale Southern cocktails overlooking Peachtree Street. The Cloakroom (The American a Doubletree by Hilton), 160 Ted Turner Dr NW, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-6886000; firstname.lastname@example.org www.cloakroomkitchenandbar. com Sit back and indulge in classic craft cocktails and elevated bar bites with images of the Rat Pack and celebs of the day adorning the walls. Dig into Southern inspired entrees, that even a secret agent would have to recommend. Frank Sinatra may be crooning Thrive Restaurant, 101 Marietta Street NW,Corner of Ted Turner Drive & Marietta, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-3891000; Events@ThriveAtl.com www.thriveatl.com Serves food from around the world in an upscale casual space. W Kitchen, W Atlanta-Downtown, 45 Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-577-7601;
ASIAN Pacific Rim Bistro, 303 Peachtree Center Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-893-0018; Fax: 404-893-0020; email@example.com www.pacificrimbistro.com Features a Pan Asian menu with the foods and flavors of the entire continent.
BARBECUE Smoke Ring, 309 Nelson Street SW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-228-6377; firstname.lastname@example.org www. smokeringatlanta.com Smoke Ring is an innovative BBQ joint set in Castleberry Hill next to the Mercedes-Benz stadium serving southern-inspired food & drink! Twin Smokers, 300 Marietta Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-698-4707; email@example.com www.twinsmokersbbq.com Features regionally-inspired
BBQ with beef smoked over Texas Mesquite and Post Oak.
BREW PUBS Max Lager’s Wood-Fired Grill & Brewery, 320 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-525-4400; events@ maxlagers.com www.maxlagers.com Taste the flavors of Georgia’s oldest brewery restaurant.
CASUAL DINING Market Cafe (Inside AmericasMart), 250 Spring St., NW, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-220-2268; www.aramarkcafe. com/americasmart The menu includes sandwiches and salads, soups and outstanding entrees. Southern Elements (Hilton Atlanta), 255 Courtland Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-659-2000; danne. firstname.lastname@example.org www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/georgia/ hilton-atlanta-ATLAHHH/dining/index.html Chic & Contemporary Surroundings. Southern Cuisine with a Twist.
COFFEE SHOPS AND BAKERIES Market, The (Hyatt Regency Atlanta), 265 Peachtree Street, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-577-1234; Downtown Atlanta’s only 24-hour coffee shop to satisfy your food and beverage needs. Sweet Auburn Bread Company, 234 Auburn Ave N.E., Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-221-1157; eat@sweetauburnbread. com www.sweetauburnbread.com Home of the world famous Sweet Potato Cheesecake! Featured on Food Network’s “$40 A Day” and “Road Tasted”.
CONTINENTAL Nikolai’s Roof (Hilton Atlanta), 255 Courtland Street NE,Inside the Hilton Atlanta, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404221-6362; Fax: 404-221-6811; email@example.com www.nikolaisroof.com Elegant Surroundings. Spectacular Views & Attentive Service.
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RESTAURANTS DINNER THEATRE
Agatha’s -- A Taste of Mystery, 161 Peachtree Center Ave, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-480-5233; Fax: 404-5842233; email@example.com www.agathas.com Enjoy a fivecourse, interactive murder mystery dinner theater show.
Paschal’s Restaurant, 180-B Northside Drive SW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-525-2023; Fax: 404-525-3066; www.Paschalsatlanta.com Since 1947, we’ve offered southern eats like fried chicken & peach cobbler. Pittypat’s Porch Restaurant, 25 Andrew Young International Blvd., N.W., Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404525-8228; firstname.lastname@example.org www. pittypatsrestaurant.com Delighting guests with Southern Hospitality and Menu since 1967.
GERMAN Der Biergarten, 300 Marietta Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-521-2728; email@example.com www. derbiergarten.com Enjoy a beer garden and authentic German fare in a festive atmosphere.
IRISH PUB Meehan’s Public House, 200 Peachtree Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-214-9821; iandtmeehans@gmail. com www.meehansdowntown.com Provides diners with a perfect haunt to enjoy a cold pint & an excellent meal.
JAPANESE Benihana Restaurant, Downtown, 229 Peachtree Street NE,Level A - Peachtree Center, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-522-9629; Fax: 404-221-1203; www.benihana.com Prepare for sizzling steaks, seafood & chicken made right before your eyes.
MEDITERRANEAN Truva, 60 Andrew Young International Blvd., NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-577-8788; Fax: 404-577-8756; info@ truvaatlanta.com www.truvaatlanta.com Serves Turkish fare with entertainment & authentic belly dancers.
MEXICAN Alma Cocina, 191 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-968-9662; firstname.lastname@example.org www.almaatlanta.com Contemporary Mexican cuisine with regional influences & Latin cocktails. No Mas! Hacienda & Cantina, 180 Walker Street SW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-574-5678; info@NoMasCantina. com www.NoMasAtlanta.com SHOP + DINE at “The Best of Mexico”. Savor the essence of Mexico with Artisan Market shopping & authentic recipes at the Cantina. Tin Lizzy’s Cantina-Downtown Atlanta, 26 Andrew Young INT’L Boulevard NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 678-852-4169; email@example.com www. tinlizzyscantina.com Tin Lizzy’s Cantina is your home for delicious Flex-Mex cuisine, award-winning margaritas, and live music! Come join in on the fun!
PIZZA Amalfi Pizza, 17 Andrew Young International Blvd NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-228-7528; info@amalfipizzaatl. com www.amalfipizzaatl.com Open daily for lunch & dinner, serving creative appetizers, fresh salads, Neapolitan-style pizzas, pasta dishes, and desserts. Max’s Coal Oven Pizzeria, 300 Marietta Street, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-974-2941; firstname.lastname@example.org www. maxsatl.com Atlanta’s home for classic New York-style pizza made-to-order.
POLYNESIAN Trader Vic’s (Hilton Atlanta), 255 Courtland Street NE,Inside the Hilton Atlanta, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404221-6339; email@example.com www.tradervicsatl.com Indulge in a Taste of the Tropics at Trader Vic’s Atlanta
SEAFOOD Legal Sea Foods Restaurant and Oyster Bar, 275 Baker Street N.W., Atlanta, GA, 30313; 678-500-3700; atlanta@ legalseafoods.com www.legalseafoods.com/Restaurants/ Atlanta-Downtown Enjoy New England fare & fresh seafood overlooking Centennial Olympic Park. McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood & Steaks Restaurant (CNN Center), One CNN Center,190 Marietta Street, Suite 200, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-521-1236; Fax: 404-5211237; firstname.lastname@example.org www.mccormickandschmicks. com Fresh seasonal fish and seafood brought in daily. Ray’s in the City, 240 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-524-9224; Fax: 404-524-9229; www. raysrestaurants.com/raysinthecity Serves fresh seafood, steaks & sushi downtown with live jazz. Sweet Auburn Seafood, 171 Auburn Avenue NE Suite P, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 678-974-5019; email@example.com www. sweetauburnseafood.com Fine dining seafood restaurant located in Downtown Atlanta serving lunch, dinner, late night small plates & weekend brunch.
SOUTHERN AG, 181 Peachtree Street, N.E., Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404221-6550; www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/georgia/atlanta/ dining/ag Serving a Southern-inspired menu of grilled steaks, chops and seafood. Paschal’s Restaurant, 180-B Northside Drive SW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-525-2023; Fax: 404-525-3066; www.Paschalsatlanta.com Since 1947, we’ve offered southern eats like fried chicken & peach cobbler. Pittypat’s Porch Restaurant, 25 Andrew Young International Blvd., N.W., Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404525-8228; firstname.lastname@example.org www. pittypatsrestaurant.com Delighting guests with Southern Hospitality and Menu since 1967. Sway (Hyatt Regency Atlanta), 265 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-577-1234; atlantaregency. hyatt.com/en/hotel/dining/SwayRestaurantAtlanta.html Features fresh, local Southern fare & a seasonal nightly pie bar. Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint, 200 Peachtree St, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-230-JUKE; Fax: 404-835-8501; info@ sweetgeorgiasjukejoint.com www.sweetgeorgiasjukejoint. com Southern charm, cuisine & moonshine in an uptown downtown venue. Come and feel the vibe. Different local bands perform nightly. White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails, 270 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-524-7200; info@whiteoakkitchen. com www.whiteoakkitchen.com Locally sourced, seasonally inspired, award-winning wine list.
STEAKHOUSE Cuts Steakhouse, 60 Andrew Young International Blvd., NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-525-3399; muzo.saritas@ cutsatlanta.com www.cutsatlanta.com Serves upscalecasual Southern-style food w/a sports bar option. Morton’s The Steakhouse/Downtown, 303 Peachtree Center Ave.,SunTrust Plaza, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404577-4366; Fax: 404-577-4687; www.mortons.com/atlanta Ponder the possibilities of a relaxed atmosphere & a great USDA Prime steak. ROOM at Twelve, 400 W. Peachtree St., Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-418-1250; Fax: 404-418-1251; www. roomattwelve.com Serves drinks, steaks & sushi at TWELVE Hotel in Centennial Park. Ruth’s Chris Steak House/Centennial Park , 267 Marietta Street,at the Embassy Suites, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-223-6500; Fax: 404-223-1155; barryd@ ruthschris.net www.ruthschris.net Serves American steakhouse fare with New Orleans flair downtown.
MIDTOWN AMERICAN & NEW AMERICAN 5Church Restaurant, 1197 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30361; 404-400-3669; Fax: 404-990-4905; email@example.com www.5ChurchAtlanta.com Hip steakhouse with a buzzing vibe & upscale decor, featuring a 200 bottle wine list & weekend brunch. City Winery - Atlanta, 650 North Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-946-3791; firstname.lastname@example.org www.citywinery.com/atlanta/ Combining music, wine, and food, we offer intimate live concerts, fine dining, and food & wine classes. Einstein’s, 1077 Juniper Street, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-876-7925; email@example.com www. einsteinsatlanta.com Named one of OpenTable.com’s “Best 100 Brunches in America!” Einstein’s features an award-winning patio, unique group and private dining. Hudson Grille - Midtown, 942 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-892-0892; hudsongrillemidtown@ metrocafes.com www.hudsongrille.com Features 50 draft beers, signature wings, award-winning burgers, craft cocktails, covered patio, EVERY game, UFC, and friendly staff. Joe’s on Juniper, 1049 Juniper Street, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-875-6634; firstname.lastname@example.org www.joesonjuniper.com Winner of David’s Magazine’s
“Best Patio,” “Best Bar Food” and “most attractive waitstaff!” Joe’s offers great food and stiff drinks! Livingston Restaurant, 659 Peachtree Street, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-897-5000; www.livingstonatlanta. com Located across from The Fox Theatre. Open for breakfast & dinner 7 days a week, brunch on the weekend. Marlow’s Tavern (Plaza Midtown), 950 West Peachtree Street Suite 215, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-815-0323; email@example.com www.marlowstavern.com Best of the Best American Tavern Fare Public School 404 Restaurant & Bar, 930 Howell Mill Road, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404-817-0984; firstname.lastname@example.org www.PSonTap.com Public School 404 is a chef-driven gastropub offering an education in the art of food and beer with craft beers, artisan cocktails, and eclectic food with a twist. Simon’s Restaurant, 793 Juniper Street, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-698-3715; email@example.com www. simonsatl.com Simon’s fulfills the vision of a vibrant restaurant scene where the cuisine, service, atmosphere, and energy are second to none. The extensive menu combines bold flavors with a unique style for a southern take on classic American dishes. Smith’s Olde Bar, 1578 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta, GA, 30324; 404-875-1522; firstname.lastname@example.org www.smithsoldebar.com Smith’s Olde Bar offers TWO historic live music rooms, big screen TV’s, a game room, covered patio, full bar, plenty of free parking & more! Table 1280, The Woodruff Arts Center,1280 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-897-1280; Fax: 856-722-6708; email@example.com www. table1280.com Serves gourmet farm-to-fork cuisine in the Woodruff Arts Center. Taco Mac (Metropolis), 933 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 678-904-7211; Fax: 678-904-7213; TMMetropolis@tmacrestaurants.com www.tacomac.com Serves buffalo wings & more in a sports bar with over 150 beers. The Nook on Piedmont Park, 1144 Piedmont Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-745-9222; firstname.lastname@example.org www.thenookatlanta.com The accommodating culmination of great patio seating, craft cocktails, and southern fare located in Piedmont Park in Midtown Atlanta!
BREW PUBS Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant - Midtown, 848 Peachtree Street, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-870-0805; Fax: 404-870-0806; email@example.com www. gordonbiersch.com Superior beer, great food and good times are served up fresh daily.
CONTINENTAL Park 75 Restaurant (Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta), 7th Fourteenth Street, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-881-9898; www.fourseasons.com/atlanta/dining/restaurants/park_75 Serving American cuisine with a continental flair in opulent surroundings.
FAST FOODS The Varsity, 61 North Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404881-1706; Fax: 404-874-3989; www.thevarsity.com Serves as an Atlanta institution, offering fresh hot dogs & more.
ITALIAN Allora, 361 17th Street, Atlanta, GA, 30363; 404-9617370; firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.alloraatl.com/ Allora entices with irresistible aromas and a warm, intimate environment. Baraonda Ristorante Italiano, 710 Peachtree Street, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-879-9962; baraonda1@gmail. com www.baraondaatlanta.com One of Midtown’s first restaurant, serving Italian fare for 15 years.
MEDITERRANEAN Ecco, 40 7th Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-3479555; email@example.com www.ecco-atlanta.com Seasonal European Mediterranean restaurant with a bustling bar scene.
NEW SOUTHERN Saltwood Charcuterie & Bar (Loews Atlanta Hotel), 1065 Peachtree Street NE,At Loews Hotel, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-745-5745; Fax: 404-745-5606; eleven@ loewshotels.com www.loewshotels.com/en/restaurants/ eleven Prepares classic, modern, Southern-style cuisine in Loews Hotel.
RESTAURANTS SEAFOOD Lure, 1106 Crescent Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-817-3650; firstname.lastname@example.org lure-atlanta.com Lure presents Atlanta’s freshest fish with global coastal traditions. Oceanaire Seafood Room, The, 1100 Peachtree Street, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-475-2277; Fax: 404-4752278; OAATEvents@ldry.com www.theoceanaire.com The perfect setting for fresh seafood. The Optimist, 914 Howell Mill Rd., Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404-477-6260; http://theoptimistrestaurant.com/ A seaside fish camp experience for landlocked Atlantans.
SOUTHERN Community Smith, 866 West Peachtree Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 678-412-2402; Fax: 678-4122401; email@example.com www. communitysmithatl.com Approachable, modernist cuisine comes to life with Southern influences. Mary Mac’s Tea Room, 224 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404-876-1800; Fax: 404-881-6003; firstname.lastname@example.org www.marymacs.com Serves authentic, made from scratch Southern fare & hospitality since 1945. Saltwood Charcuterie & Bar (Loews Atlanta Hotel), 1065 Peachtree Street NE,At Loews Hotel, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-745-5745; Fax: 404-745-5606; eleven@ loewshotels.com www.loewshotels.com/en/restaurants/ eleven Prepares classic, modern, Southern-style cuisine in Loews Hotel. South City Kitchen, 1144 Crescent Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-873-7358; Fax: 404-873-0317; www. southcitykitchen.com/midtown Serves contemporary Southern cuisine with a sophisticated twist.
STEAKHOUSE STK Atlanta, 1075 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-793-0144; www.stkhouse.com Provides a feminine twist to the traditional steakhouse.
TAPAS Bulla Gastrobar, 60 11th Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-900-6926; email@example.com www. bullagastrobar.com With tantalizing tapas, new house specialties every week, hand-crafted cocktails, and an impressive wine list, Bulla is where you go to indulge in a celebration of good taste. Cooks & Soldiers, 691 14th Street NW, Suite D, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404-996-2623; firstname.lastname@example.org www.cooksandsoldiers.com Host your special events, group dinners and treat your guests to critically acclaimed upscale Basque cuisine and drinks.
BUCKHEAD AMERICAN & NEW AMERICAN Aria Restaurant, 490 E. Paces Ferry Road, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-233-7673; Fax: 404-262-5208; info@ aria-atl.com www.aria-atl.com Sophisticated Aria serves “slow” food, seafood and celebrated desserts. Astor Court - St. Regis Hotel, 88 West Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-563-7968; miller.jackson@ stregis.com www.stregisatlanta.com/Astor-Court Indulge in a menu of healthy selections, traditional favorites & libations. Atlas Restaurant, 88 West Paces Ferry Road NW, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-600-6471; www.atlasrestaurant. com Celebrates the very best in seasonal American cuisine combined with European influences with a focus on curating fresh ingredients from local farms. Buckhead Diner, 3073 Piedmont Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-262-3336; Fax: 404-262-3593; mbaker@ buckheadrestaurants.com www.buckheadrestaurants. com/buckhead-diner Americana inventive menu items give this Atlanta icon a flair all its own. Café & Bar, The (Mandarin Oriental), 3376 Peachtree Road, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30326; 404-995-7545; Fax: 404-995-7501; email@example.com www. mandarinoriental.com/atlanta/fine-dining/the-cafe-andbar Modern American cuisine with a flavorful array of locally sourced ingredients. Hal’s Kitchen, 4969 Roswell Road, Suite 220, Atlanta, GA, 30342; 404-345-9610; firstname.lastname@example.org www. halskitchen.com Hal’s Kitchen offers premier handson culinary events, specializing in corporate team building and private events. Our industrial-chic space is conveniently located inside the perimeter.
King + Duke, 3060 Peachtree Road, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-477-3500; www.kinganddukeatl.com Named one of the best restaurants of the year by GQ and Esquire, King+Duke is located in the heart of Buckhead. kinganddukeatl.com Local Three, 3290 Northside Parkway, Suite 120, Atlanta, GA, 30327; 404-968-2700; Fax: 404-968-2701; email@example.com www.localthree.com Local Three represents a shared philosophy on food, drink, hospitality and how to do business. People matter most, and authenticity rules. Restaurant Eugene, 2277 Peachtree Road, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-355-0321; Fax: 404-355-0322; www. restauranteugene.com Chef Linton Hopkins serves award-winning fresh, local fare. Smokebelly BBQ, 128 East Andrews Drive, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-848-9100; firstname.lastname@example.org www. smokebellybbq.com Offers tantalizing and regionally sourced chef-crafted barbecue. Tavern at Phipps, The, 3500 Peachtree Road N.E., Atlanta, GA, 30326; 404-814-9640; amber@centraarchy. com www.tavernatphipps.rest Serves classic American fare in a bustling Buckhead hot spot. Twin Peaks Buckhead, 3365 Piedmont Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-961-8946; buckhead@ twinpeaksrestaurant.com www.twinpeaksrestaurant. com Offers comfort food served by Twin Peaks Girls in a sports lodge.
St. Cecilia, 3455 Peachtree Rd, Atlanta, GA, 30326; 404-554-9995; stceciliaatl.com Located in Buckhead’s Pinnacle Building, the cuisine of St. Cecilia is inspired by the coastlines of Italy, Spain, and France.
MOROCCAN Imperial Fez Restaurant, 2285 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 102, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-351-0870; Fax: 404-3511272; email@example.com www.imperialfez.com Offers authentic Moroccan 5 course cuisine in an exotic dining environment.
NEW SOUTHERN The Southern Gentleman, 3035 Peachtree Road N.E., Suite A208, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-939-9845; firstname.lastname@example.org www.thesoutherngentlemanatl.com Southerninspired gastropub with a modern take on traditional dishes.
SEAFOOD Atlanta Fish Market, 265 Pharr Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-262-3165; Fax: 404-240-6665; www. buckheadrestaurants.com/atlanta-fish-market Serving the Southeast’s widest selection of fresh seafood.
Corner Cafe & Buckhead Bread Company, 3070 Piedmont Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-240-1978; www.buckheadrestaurants.com/corner-cafe Full-service European-style bakery serving coffee, breakfast & lunch
South City Kitchen Buckhead, 3350 Peachtree Road, Suite 175, Atlanta, GA, 30326; 404-815-6677; info@ fifthgroup.com http://buckhead.southcitykitchen.com/ Head to the heart of Buckhead for southern cuisine that’s never stuffy and always satisfying. Swan Coach House Restaurant, Gift Shop & Gallery, The, 3130 Slaton Drive, N.W., Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404261-0636; Fax: 404-233-2012; events@swancoachhouse. com www.swancoachhouse.com One of Atlanta’s most unique tea rooms, gift shops and art galleries.
Cassis Restaurant (Grand Hyatt Atlanta), 3300 Peachtree Road, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-237-1234; grandatlanta.hyatt.com/en/hotel/dining/cassis.html Inventive restaurant features wonderful food, service & eclectic wine.
American Cut, 3035 Peachtree Road, Suite 140, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 770-415-9766; email@example.com www. americancutrestaurants.com Located at the Shops Buckhead Atlanta, we offer a unique dining experience, where guests can enjoy a more upscale and decadent dining experience Bones Restaurant, 3130 Piedmont Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-237-2663; isabelkane@libertyhousemail. com www.bonesrestaurant.com Zagat rates Bones with the highest marks for food & service overall steakhouses in America. Providing the finest in food and service since 1979. Private rooms from 10-65 peopl Chama Gaucha, 3365 Piedmont Road NE #1350, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-842-0011; firstname.lastname@example.org www.chamagaucha.com Atlanta’s top-rated Brazilian Steakhouse, Chama Gaucha is known for delicious prime steaks & exceptional service. Chops Lobster Bar, 70 West Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-262-2675; Fax: 404-240-6645; kbrown@ buckheadrestaurants.com www.buckheadrestaurants. com/chops-lobster-bar Exceptional service, fresh seafood & prime aged beef. Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse, 3500 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30326; 404-844-4810; ashley@ davios.com www.davios.com/atl Handmade pasta, legendary service, perfectly cooked steaks and our signature veal chop. Its all here! Fogo de Chao Churrascaria, 3101 Piedmont Road, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-266-9988; Fax: 404-995-9983; email@example.com www.fogodechao.com Brazilian churrascaria with roasted meat carved tableside & gourmet salad. Hal’s of Atlanta, 30 Old Ivy Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30342; 404-261-0025; Fax: 404-814-1248; firstname.lastname@example.org www. hals.net Enjoy strong drinks, high quality steaks, the freshest seafood, and an impressive wine list. KR SteakBar, 349 Peachtree Hills Avenue NE, Suite D2, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-841-8820; justin@krsteakbar. com www.krsteakbar.com The newest Italian Steakhouse by Rathbun’s Restaurants. New York Prime Steakhouse, 3424 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 100, Atlanta, GA, 30326; 404-8460644; GANGULO@NEWYORKPRIME.REST www. newyorkprime.com Voted a top restaurant & best steakhouse 10 years in a row. Ruth’s Chris Steak House/Buckhead, 3285 Peachtree Road NE at,Embassy Suites Buckhead, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-365-0660; email@example.com www. ruthschris.net Serves iconic American steakhouse fare with New Orleans flair.
COFFEE SHOPS AND BAKERIES
FRENCH Anis Cafe and Bistro, 2974 Grandview Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-233-9889; Fax: 404-233-4894; info@ anisbistro.com www.anisbistro.com Comprised of a menu deeply rooted in the flavors of the French Mediterranean. Bistro Niko, 3344 Peachtree Road, Atlanta, GA, 30326; 404-261-6456; Fax: 404-941-1436; sthan@ buckheadrestaurants.com www.buckheadrestaurants. com/bistro-niko Offers award-winning French cuisine, wine, beer & cocktails.
GREEK Kyma, 3085 Piedmont Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-262-0702; Fax: 404-841-9924; nsousounis@ buckheadrestaurants.com www.buckheadrestaurants. com/kyma A modern take on Mediterranean and Greek cuisine.
ITALIAN KR SteakBar, 349 Peachtree Hills Avenue NE, Suite D2, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-841-8820; justin@krsteakbar. com www.krsteakbar.com KR SteakBar is an Itallian Steakhouse and is the newest restaurant by Rathbun’s Restaurants. La Grotta Ristorante Italiano, 2637 Peachtree Road, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-231-1368; Fax: 404-231-1274; www.LaGrottaAtlanta.com Enjoy classic Northern Italian cuisine with homemade pasta, veal & seafood. Maggiano’s Little Italy - Buckhead, 3368 Peachtree Road, N.E., Atlanta, GA, 30326; 404-816-9650; Fax: 404816-7650; Buckhead.Banquet@maggianos.com www. maggianos.com/locations/us/georgia/atlanta/buckhead Little Italy restaurant serving old & new world southern Italian cuisine. Pricci, 500 Pharr Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-2372941; Fax: 404-261-0058; www.buckheadrestaurants. com/pricci Contemporary Italian restaurant embodying fun & stylish dining.
MEDITERRANEAN Divan Restaurant & Bar, 3125 Piedmont Road, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-467-4297; firstname.lastname@example.org www.divanatlanta.com Divan has been serving flavorful Persian cuisine for 11 years. Located in Buckhead, Divan is the perfect spot to celebrate any occasion.
Gypsy Kitchen, 3035 Peachtree Road N.E., Suite A209, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-939-9840; email@example.com www. gypsykitchenatl.com Spanish cuisine in small plates and delicious entrees.
Busy Bee Cafe, 810 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr., Atlanta, GA, 30314; 404-525-9212; firstname.lastname@example.org www.thebusybeecafe.com This 70 year old diner has consistently enjoyed critical acclamation for some of the best Southern Cooking in the region.
EASTSIDE AMERICAN & NEW AMERICAN Hampton + Hudson, 299 N. Highland Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30307; 404-948-2123; hamptonhudsonevents@ gmail.com www.hamptonandhudson.com Local neighborhood community bar and restaurant in the heart of Inman Park. We have a wide range of private spaces, featured locally grown ingredients and will treat you Rathbun’s, 112 Krog Street NE, Suite R, Atlanta, GA, 30307; 404-524-8280; Fax: 404-524-8580; ckbramble@ bellsouth.net www.rathbunsrestaurant.com One of the hottest restaurants in the country. Serpas True Food, 659 Auburn Avenue,#501, Atlanta, GA, 30312; 404-688-0040; Fax: 404-924-6209; info@ serpasrestaurant.com www.serpasrestaurant.com Serves Southwestern & Asian-style food in an industrial setting. Staplehouse, 541 Edgewood Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA, 30312; 404-524-5005; email@example.com www. staplehouse.com A casual neighborhood restaurant, offering a seasonal a la carte menu or 5 course chef’s tasting menu. Taco Mac (Virginia Highland), 1006 N. Highland Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30306; 404-873-6529; Fax: 404-873-7339; TMVirginiaHighlands@tmacrestaurants.com www. tacomac.com Serves buffalo wings & more in a sports bar with over 150 beers.
BARBECUE Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q, 1238 DeKalb Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30307; 404-577-4030; Fax: 404-577-4032; www. foxbrosbbq.com Consistently voted Atlanta’s favorite Bar-B-Q — come taste for yourself!
COFFEE SHOPS AND BAKERIES Condesa Coffee, 145 Auburn Avenue, Suite A, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 678-362-9847; firstname.lastname@example.org www.condesacoffee.com Condesa is a third wave coffee shop, serving coffee and tea, breakfast, lunch, small plates, and a full bar. Two locations, 7 days a week.
ITALIAN La Tavola Trattoria, 992 Virginia Avenue, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30306; 404-873-5430; Fax: 404-873-5410; latavola@ fifthgroup.com latavolatrattoria.com A classic, cozy Italian trattoria with classic dishes and friendly service. Sotto Sotto, 313 N. Highland Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA, 30307; 404-523-6678; Fax: 404-880-0462; www. sottosottorestaurant.com Features authentic Italian food and wine in Inman Park.
MEXICAN Original El Taco, The, 1186 North Highland Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA, 30306; 404-873-4656; Fax: 404-873-4676; email@example.com www.eltaco-atlanta.com Lunch & dinner with Tex Mex flavor inspired by Mexico street markets. Superica, 99 Krog Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30307; 678791-1310; www.superica.com Enjoy endless chips and salsas and classic cheesy Tex-Mex inspired by Ford Fry’s own Texan roots.
PIZZA Rize Artisan Pizza & Salads, 1510 Ellsworth Industrial,Bldg. 1, Suite 300, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404400-2119; firstname.lastname@example.org www. rizeartisanpizza.com A chef driven concept with bold, global flavors consisting of artisan pizza, salad, pasta, and crafted beverages in Poncey Highlands.
STEAKHOUSE Kevin Rathbun Steak, 154 Krog Street NE, Suite 200, Atlanta, GA, 30307; 404-524-5600; Fax: 404-524-5666; email@example.com www.kevinrathbunsteak.com/ menu.html Selected by Travel + Leisure as one of the best steakhouses in the country.
WESTSIDE AMERICAN & NEW AMERICAN JCT. Kitchen and Bar, 1198 Howell Mill Road, Suite 18, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404-355-2252; www. jctkitchen.com Serves up classic Southern dishes and refined comfort food.
STEAKHOUSE Marcel, 1170 Howell Mill Road, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404665-4555; www.marcelatl.com A European-inspired steakhouse in Atlanta’s Westside Provisions District.
staples of the South. Terrapin Beer Company, Fox Bros Bar-B-Q, and the Atlanta Braves deliver them all at the Battery Atlanta adjacent to SunTrust Park.
SEAFOOD Bonefish Grill, 2997 Cobb Pkwy SE, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 678-202-3394; Kasharablake@bonefishgrill.com www. bonefishgrill.com Bonefish Grill specializes in marketfresh fish from around the world, savory wood-grilled specialties and hand crafted cocktails.
AMERICAN & NEW AMERICAN
AMERICAN & NEW AMERICAN
Commons, The (Atlanta Evergreen Marriott Conference Resort), 4021 Lakeview Drive, Stone Mountain, GA, 30083; 770-465-3260; www.evergreenresort.com Pull up a chair and savor the local flavors from our delectable menu of Southern cuisine favorites. Marlow’s Tavern (Northlake), 4156 LaVista Road, Tucker, GA, 30084; 678-987-1197; Fax: 404-875-2724; firstname.lastname@example.org www.marlowstavern.com Best of the Best American Tavern Fare
Cafe Intermezzo - Airport, 650 Atlanta South Parkway, Suite 101, Atlanta, GA, 30349; 404-574-6195; info@ armatlanta.com www.crews1972.com Cafe Intermezzo embodies the essence of the 300-year-old European coffeehouse. Step into Cafe Intermezzo, and you are stepping into another time, another place. Garden Grille (Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Airport North), 3437 Bobby Brown Parkway, East Point, GA, 30344; 404-477-6600; Enjoy a full American breakfast, a casual dinner or perfectly mixed cocktail VOYA Bistro (Atlanta Airport Marriott), 4711 Best Road, College Park, GA, 30337; 404-766-7900; www.marriott. com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/atlap-atlantaairport-marriott VOYA Bistro, VOYA Sushi Bar, and VOYA Coffee & News.
SOUTHERN Cecilia’s Southern Table (Westin Atlanta Airport), 4736 Best Road, Atlanta, GA, 30337; 404-762-7676; Fax: 404-559-3996; amy.coulter@westinatlantaairport. com www.westin.com/atlantaairport Cecilia’s Southern Table offers contemporary Southern cuisine in a relaxed atrium style setting.
STEAKHOUSE Bentley’s Steakhouse (Atlanta Airport Marriott), 4711 Best Road, College Park, GA, 30337; 404-766-7900; www.bentleys-steakhouse.com/restaurant/hotels/hotelinformation/travel/atlap-atlanta-airport-marriott Savor fine steak, seafood or our nightly special with attentive service
COBB CUMBERLAND AMERICAN & NEW AMERICAN Andretti Indoor Karting and Games, 11000 Alpharetta Hwy, Roswell, GA, 30076; 770-992-5688; samantha@ andrettikarting.com www.andrettikarting.com 100,000 sq ft event & entertainment destination featuring heart-pounding attractions, scratch cuisine and expansive event spaces. Canoe, 4199 Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 770432-2663; Fax: 770-433-2542; email@example.com www. canoeatl.com Enjoy the seasonal menu created by one of the country’s celebrated chefs. Live! at the Battery Atlanta, 825 Battery Avenue SE, Suite 600, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 404-447-1995; ccope@ liveatthebatteryatlanta.com liveatthebatteryatlanta.com Live! at the Battery Atlanta includes 30,000 sqft. of space, featuring 3 iconic concepts that extends into the Battery Plaza for larger festivals & events. Includes: Todd English Tavern, Sports & Social & PBR Atlanta. Sports & Social, 825 Battery Avenue SE, Suite 640, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 404-447-1995; ccope@ liveatthebatteryatlanta.com liveatthebatteryatlanta.com Sports & Social is a one of kind sports bar, gaming parlor, and social lounge. The level space features a 30 foot LED HD screen making it the perfect destination for groups, professionals, and all with a competitive spirit. Todd English Tavern, 825 Battery Avenue SE, Suite 600, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 404-447-1995; ccope@ liveatthebatteryatlanta.com liveatthebatteryatlanta. com Todd English Tavern showcases a modern take on Southern & International Food. Chef English’s creative twist on tavern favorite exploring new and surprising elements to tantalize the modern palette. Yard House, 825 Battery Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 678-202-6414; Fax: 678-279-5992; rwebb@yardhouse. com www.yardhouse.com Yard House is the modern American gathering place where food and beer lovers unite. Tap into great food, classic rock, and 130 tap handles of the best American craft and import beers.
BARBECUE Terrapin Taproom, 755 Battery Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 404-494-1202; firstname.lastname@example.org www. terrapintaproom.com Beer, barbeque, and baseball are
CONTINENTAL Waterside Restaurant (Atlanta Evergreen Marriott Conference Resort), 4021 Lakeview Drive, Stone Mountain, GA, 30086; 770-879-9900; Offers elegant Stone Mountain atmosphere with delectable food.
PERIMETER AMERICAN & NEW AMERICAN Joey D’s Oak Room, 1015 Crown Point Parkway, Atlanta, GA, 30338; 770-512-7063; email@example.com www. joeydsoakroom.com Features New Orleans seafood, USDA Choice steak & Carnegie Deli corned beef. Stars and Strikes Family Entertainment Center, 8767 Roswell Road, Sandy Springs, GA, 30350; 678-9655707; firstname.lastname@example.org www.starsandstrikes.com Atlanta’s new deluxe entertainment venue with a chefinspired restaurant, 710 Grille.
ITALIAN Maggiano’s Little Italy - Perimeter Mall , 4400 Ashford Dunwoody Road, Atlanta, GA, 30346; 770-804-3313; Fax: 770-804-8343; email@example.com www.maggianos.com/locations/us/georgia/dunwoody/ perimeter-mall Little Italy restaurant serving old & new world southern Italian cuisine.
STEAKHOUSE Fogo De Chao - Dunwoody, 4671 Ashford Dunwoody Road, Atlanta, GA, 30346; 678-691-7268; dunwoody@ fogodechao.com www.fogo.com Authentic Brazilian Steakhouse that began more than 37 years ago in Brazil featuring fire-roasted meats carved tableside by gaucho chefs, gourmet Market Table, side dishes, and an awardwinning wine list.
GWINNETT DINNER THEATRE Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, 5900 Sugarloaf Parkway, Suite 517, Lawrenceville, GA, 30043; 770-2250230; 1-888-935-6878 firstname.lastname@example.org www. medievaltimes.com Feast your eyes on a live tournament while you feast on a 4-course meal fit for royalty! Spanish horses, sword fights, jousting, and more!
NEAR METRO ATLANTA SOUTHERN Farmhouse Restaurant, The, 10950 Hutcheson Ferry Road, Palmetto, GA, 30268; 770-463-2622; Fax: 770-463-2610; email@example.com www. serenbefarmhouse.com Southern gourmet food prepared with the freshest ingredients from Serenbe Farms, served from Marie Nygren’s historic farmhouse kitchen.
RETAIL ANTIQUES 14th Street Antiques & Modern Home, 530 14th Street, NW, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404-325-4600; Fax: 404-325-4660; firstname.lastname@example.org www.14thstreetantiques.com Atlanta’s destination for fine antiques, designer furnishings, art, lighting and rugs. Scott Antique Markets, 3650 Jonesboro Road SE, Atlanta, GA, 30354; 740-569-4112; Fax: 740-569-7595; email@example.com www.scottantiquemarket. com Shop for antiques in two massive climate-controlled buildings.
SPORTS APPAREL & BOUTIQUES
LIQUOR & WINE/PACKAGE STORES
Braves Clubhouse Store @ CNN Center, One CNN Center, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-523-5854; www.atlanta. braves.mlb.com/atl/ballpark/clubhouse_store.jsp Premier destination for Braves fans with the largest selection of items. Decatur Visitors Center, 113 Clairemont Avenue, Decatur, GA, 30030; 678-615-0915; Fax: 404371-1593; Sherry.Jackman@decaturga.com www. visitdecaturgeorgia.com Decatur has 200 boutiques, galleries, services & restaurants in four miles. Duty Free Americas, 560 Atlanta South Parkway, Suite 300, Atlanta, GA, 30349; 404-382-2866; pparis@ dutyfreeamericas.com www.dutyfreeamericas.com Located in terminals E & F with fragrance, sunglasses, leather & gift brands.
Sol’s Liquor & Peach Package, 186 Courtland Street, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-523-0312; solsliquor@bellsouth. net Provides hospitality beverage needs in the convention district.
ART GALLERY Besharat Gallery Lane, 163-175 Peters St. SW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-524-4781; Fax: 404-577-3630; www. besharatgallery.com Houses four gallery spaces, featuring paintings, photography & sculptures. High Museum of Art, 1280 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-733-4444; Fax: 404-733-5309; firstname.lastname@example.org www.high.org Boasts classic to contemporary art, exhibitions & renowned architecture. Swan Coach House Restaurant, Gift Shop & Gallery, The, 3130 Slaton Drive, N.W., Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404261-0636; Fax: 404-233-2012; events@swancoachhouse. com www.swancoachhouse.com Art Gallery nestled in the heart of Buckhead, Atlanta.
FLORISTS AND BALLOONS Balloonacy, 1836 Georgian Terrace, Atlanta, GA, 30341; 404-351-0538; email@example.com www. balloonacyatlanta.com Designs and provides balloon and floral design and décor. Balloons Over Atlanta, 1231 Collier Rd, Suite H, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404-231-3090; Fax: 404-231-3096; sales@ balloonsover.com www.balloonsover.com Providing fresh and classy decor for any venue or event.
GIFTS AND GIFT BASKETS Garrett Popcorn Shops, 3393 Peachtree Road, Atlanta, GA, 30326; 770-906-6994; firstname.lastname@example.org SM.GarrettPopcorn.com Garrett is thoughtfully prepared fresh all day, every day with only the highest quality, wholesome ingredients. GARRETT....LIKE NO OTHER! Georgia Gifts and More, 3781 Presidential Pkwy, Suite 137, Atlanta, GA, 30340; 404-241-1375; karen@ georgiagiftsandmore.com www.georgiagiftsandmore.com Find Georgia and Atlanta gifts for reunions, meetings and special events. Gratitude Goodies, 433 Canton Rd Suite 315, Suite 315, Cumming, GA, 30040; 770-886-9598; diane@ gratitudegoodies.com www.GratitudeGoodies.com We design, customize and personalize gifts while staying within budget. Grits Bits Georgia Gifts, 273 Eureka Drive NE, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-261-2197; Fax: 404-841-9586; diane@ gritsbits.com www.gritsbits.com Affordable Georgiathemed gifts. Quick turnaround, free delivery. Heidi’s Heavenly Cookies, 355 Curie Drive, Alpharetta, GA, 30005; 770-343-6534; deb@heidisheavenlycookies. com www.heidisheavenlycookies.com Sinfully delicious, handmade cookie gifts for events and more. Sensational Baskets & Gifts, 2660 Holcomb Bridge Rd, Suite 212, Alpharetta, GA, 30022; 770-587-5593; Fax: 678-990-7721; email@example.com www.sensationalbaskets.com Sends unique, Southern products to share Atlanta-style hospitality. Swan Coach House Restaurant, Gift Shop & Gallery, The, 3130 Slaton Drive, N.W., Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404261-0636; Fax: 404-233-2012; events@swancoachhouse. com www.swancoachhouse.com Our own Southern style- proceeds benefit visual arts in Atlanta.
HOME ACCESSORIES/FURNITURE No Mas! Hacienda, 180 Walker St. SW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-215-9769; www.nomasatlanta.com The Best of Mexico! - in the Castleberry Hill Art District, half a mile south of CNN. No Mas! Hacienda: handcrafted furnishings & accessories from 300 artisans in Mexico, plus custom design & contract manufacturing; No Mas! Cantina Mexican Restaurant: favorites, outrageous desserts & cocktails.
MALLS & SHOPPING CENTERS Atlantic Station, 1380 Atlantic Drive, Suite 14250, Atlanta, GA, 30363; 404-410-4010; Fax: 404-733-1227; info@ atlanticstation.com www.atlanticstation.com Features an open-air, live-work-play area with restaurants & retailers. Greenbriar Mall, 2841 Greenbriar Parkway SW, Atlanta, GA, 30331; 404-344-6611; Fax: 404-344-6631; hpayne@ shopgreenbriar.com www.shopgreenbriar.com Offering over 75 retailers and services for the whole family. Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza, Simon Malls, 3393 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30326; 404-233-7575; Fax: 404-233-7868; firstname.lastname@example.org www.simon.com You’ll find legendary shopping at over 300 of the world’s finest retailers. Mall at Peachtree Center, The, 225 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-654-1296; Fax: 404-6541250; email@example.com www. peachtreecenter.com Explore more than 60 shops, restaurants & services in Downtown Atlanta. Sweet Auburn Curb Market, 209 Edgewood Avenue, S.E., Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-659-1665; Fax: 404-6592834; firstname.lastname@example.org www.thecurbmarket. com Houses individual restaurants, produce/meat merchants & shops. The Shops Buckhead Atlanta, 3035 Peachtree Rd NW, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-939-9270; areid@olivermcmillan. com http://theshopsbuckheadatlanta.com/ A 6-block luxury shopping, dining, entertainment & residential district.
OFFICE SUPPLIES Geographics, 3450 Browns Mill Road, Atlanta, GA, 30354; 404-768-5805; Fax: 404-559-1645; jculin@ geographicsinc.com www.geographicsinc.com Offers electronic prepress, complete bindery, finishing & fulfillment.
OUTLET MALLS Calhoun Premium Outlets, 455 Belwood Road, Suite 14, Calhoun, GA, 30701; 706-602-1305; calhoun@ premiumoutlets.com www.premiumoutlets.com/calhoun Only 60 miles north of Atlanta, this upscale outlet center hosts 50 stores. North Georgia Premium Outlets, 800 Highway 400 South, Suite 695, Dawsonville, GA, 30534; 706-216-3609; email@example.com www.premiumoutlets. com/northgeorgia The area’s only upscale outlet center, located 45 miles north of Atlanta. Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta, The, 915 Ridgewalk Parkway, Woodstock, GA, 30188; 678-540-7040; atlantamkt@ horizongroup.com www.theoutletshoppesatatlanta.com Save 20-70% at nearly 100 famous name brand stores in an open air mall with lush surroundings and beautifully landscaped gardens Tommy Hilfiger, 800 Highway 400 South, Dawsonville, GA, 30534; 706-216-7888; Fax: 706-216-7019; mgr066@ tommy.com www.tommy.com One of the world’s leading premium lifestyle brands, Tommy Hilfiger celebrates the essence of Classic American Cool.
SPAS Nadia’s Studio & Gallery, 161 Mangum Street SW, Suite 103, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-527-5777; contact@ nadiajavan.com www.nadiajavan.com Uses 100% highquality organic materials in all spa services. Spa at Barnsley Resort, The, 597 Barnsley Gardens Road, Adairsville, GA, 30103; 770-773-7480; Fax: 770773-1779; firstname.lastname@example.org www.barnsleyinn. com Offers the finest in European body, beauty & therapeutic services. Spa at Mandarin Oriental Atlanta, The, 3376 Peachtree Road, NE, Atlanta, GA, 30326; 404-995-7526; Moatlspa@mohg.com www.mandarinoriental.com/atlanta/spa Rejuvenation sanctuary that embodies a blend of east and west.
WELLNESS & PERSONAL CARE Kay Hamner & Associates, 130 26th Street, #502, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-892-0663; Kay@KayHamner.com www.KayHamner.com Achieve optimal health with Glow Vista skin analyzer- speaker formats too.
SPORTS COLLEGIATE SPORTS Celebration Bowl, 555 Glenridge Connector, Atlanta, GA, 30342; 404-799-4915; email@example.com www. thecelebrationbowl.com The very first bowl game of the season highlighting Historically Black Colleges and Universities, owned and operated by ESPN Events. Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, 3284 Northside Parkway, NW, Suite 550, Atlanta, GA, 30327; 404-586-8500; Fax: 404586-8508; www.chick-fil-apeachbowl.com The nintholdest bowl game in the country and one of the six elite bowls in the nation selected to host the College Football Playoff system. College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience, 250 Marietta St., NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-880-4800; Fax: 404-657-4081; info@cfbhall. com www.cfbhall.com Provides visitors with a highly immersive, interactive and engaging experience using a blend of historic artifacts and revolutionary multimedia exhibits. Georgia State University Athletics, 125 Decatur Street, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-413-4022; firstname.lastname@example.org www.georgiastatesports.com Visit GeorgiaStateSports. com and join the Panther Family today! Georgia Tech Athletic Association, 150 Bobby Dodd Way N.W., Atlanta, GA, 30332-0455; 404-894-4461; Fax: 404-894-8864; email@example.com www. ramblinwreck.com Georgia Tech offers the finest in college sports entertainment.
PROFESSIONAL SPORTS Atlanta Braves, 755 Battery Avenue, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 404-614-2363; Fax: 404-614-1391; http://braves.com/ hospitality The MLB Braves play April-September at SunTrust Park. Atlanta Dream - WNBA Franchise, 101 Marietta Street NW, Suite 200, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 877-977-7729; firstname.lastname@example.org www.AtlantaDream.net The three-time WNBA Eastern Conference Champion Atlanta Dream tips off its 2018 season this summer at McCamish Pavilion. Atlanta Falcons, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, 35 Northside Dr NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 404-223-8444; Fax: 404-2238088; email@example.com www.atlantafalcons.com The NFL Atlanta Falcons start their season in September at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Atlanta Hawks, One Philips Dr. N.W., Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-878-3800; firstname.lastname@example.org www.Hawks.com The Atlanta Hawks Basketball Club, the 2014-15 NBA Southeast Division Champions, host approximately 40 home games at Philips Arena during the regular NBA season, October to April. The team provides an unparalleled live sports experience with electrifying play, amazing in-game court projections, and much more, all served with a touch of Southern Hospitality. Atlanta Motor Speedway, 1500 Tara Place, Hampton, GA, 30228; 770-707-7904; amssales@ atlantamotorspeedway.com www.atlantamotorspeedway. com Atlanta Motor Speedway sits on 887 acres of landscaped green space and serves as one of the South’s premier entertainment facilities, providing a one-of-a-kind experience for special events. BB&T Atlanta Open, 264 19th Street NW Suite 2220, Atlanta, GA, 30363; 404-941-9202; www.bbtatlantaopen. com BB&T Atlanta Open, July 23-30, 2017 Men’s Professional Tennis TOUR Championship, 2584 Alston Drive SE, Atlanta, GA, 30317; 404-370-8362; Fax: 404-378-8682; email@example.com www.pgatour.com/ tourchampionship Hosts the PGA TOUR Championship at the East Lake Golf Club.
TRANSPORTATION AIRLINES Delta Air Lines, Inc., 1030 Delta Blvd, Atlanta, GA, 30354; 404-715-2600; www.delta.com With a leading global network, Delta Air Lines operates service to more worldwide destinations than any airline with Delta and Delta Connection carrier flights to 357 destinations in 67 countries on six continents. JetBlue, 300 Termincal C, Boston Logan International Airport, Boston, MA, 02445; 617-716-3550; www.jetblue. com JetBlue offers five daily flights between Atlanta and Boston and carries 35 million customers a year to over 100 cities in the U.S., Caribbean, and Latin America.
TRANSPORTATION AIRPORTS Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, PO Box 20509, Atlanta, GA, 30320; 404-530-6600; Fax: 404530-6635; www.atlanta-airport.com The world’s busiest airport serves as a hub connecting cities & countries.
AUTO RENTALS Enterprise Rent A Car, 5909 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd, Suite 500, Atlanta, GA, 30328; 678-898-2355; Fax: 866346-1433; firstname.lastname@example.org www.enterprise.com The first choice for business travelers who need to rent near home or office.
BUS & RAIL Amtrak (National Railroad Passenger Corporation), 1688 Peachtree Street, N.W, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 800-USA-RAIL; www.amtrak.com Amtrak travel offers a richer travel experience and provides some surprisingly practical advantages too Cobb Community Transit (CCT), 463 Commerce Park Drive, Suite 114, Marietta, GA, 30060; 770-4274444; Cobb County public bus system with service to Buckhead, Midtown & Downtown. MARTA, 2424 Piedmont Road, N.E., Atlanta, GA, 303243330; 404-848-5000; Fax: 404-848-5098; www.itsmarta. com Call 404-848-5000 for bus & train information or visit www.itsmarta.com. The Atlanta Streetcar, 55 Trinity Avenue, SW, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-865-8823; ASCCommunications@atlantaga. gov TheAtlantaStreetcar.com Our 2.7 mile route has 12 stops that connect the Centennial Olympic Park District to the King Historic District with great places to dine, drink, and shop in between.
BUS CHARTER, LIMOUSINES & VANS 414 Logistical Consultants, 2107 N. Decatur Road, #408, Decatur, GA, 30033; 404-3985066; email@example.com www.414logisticalconsultants.com We provide custom transportation services for VIP’s, meetings and convention attendees. Clients choose us to manage convention shuttles, meet & greet services, as well as VIP movements because we care. A- National Limousine Service, 1990 Metropolitian Parkway, Atlanta, GA, 30315; 404-762-3007; Fax: 404-762-5007; firstname.lastname@example.org www. anationallimo.com Ground transportation company providing sedans, limos, minibuses & more. A&M Limousine Corporation, 1800 Water Place SE, Suite 170, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 770-955-4565; Fax: 770916-0816; email@example.com www.aandmlimo.com For 26 years, we have provided “World Class” Group Charter and Airport shared ride services in Metro Atlanta. AlliedPRA Atlanta, 1180 West Peachtree St. NW, Suite 1925, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-760-4230; amy.johnson@ alliedpra.com www.alliedpra.com/atlanta Destination management company providing program execution. ALR Chauffeured Transportation, 2781 Ward Lake Way, Ellenwood, GA, 30294; 404-933-9741; Fax: 404-2288226; firstname.lastname@example.org www.alrnow.com ALR provides professional ground transportation service for all occasions, always with the highest quality of customer service. ATL LAAC CAR SERVICE, 5555 glenridge con, atlanta, GA, 30342; 404-436-2700; 1-844-207-2964 info@ LAACcarservice.com www.LAACcarservice.com We provide professional, luxury transportation with the best in class technology as well as immaculate luxury vehicles and well-trained professional chauffeurs. For us, the customer experience is of paramount importance! Atlantic Limousine & Transportation, 2450 Pleasantdale Road, Atlanta, GA, 30340; 770-751-7078; Fax: 770-5697757; email@example.com www.atlanticlimo-ga.com Provides total ground transportation services with a fleet of 60+ vehicles. Carey Atlanta Executive Limousine & Transportation, 245 University Avenue, S.W., Atlanta, GA, 30315; 404223-2000; Fax: 404-681-3992; www.careyatlanta.com Car service: VIP Discount: Careyatlanta.hudsonltd.net Coast to Coast Tours, 3401 Norman Berry Drive, Suite 255, East Point, GA, 30344; 678-705-3879; Fax: 404-600-2005; firstname.lastname@example.org www.coasttocoasttours.com Coast to Coast Tours have whatever you desire in coach transportation. From conventions, sporting events, private charters, family reunions, etc. We strive to achieve quality accommodations at affordable prices.
Cooper Global Chauffeured Transportation , 4004 Tradeport Blvd., Atlanta, GA, 30354; 770-455-9600; Fax: 770-454-7976; email@example.com www. cooperglobal.com Premier transportation provider in the luxury & business travel industry.
Production Transport, Inc., 21 S. Clyde Ave., Suite 4, Kissimmee, FL, 34741; 407-931-3030; Fax: 407-9313013; firstname.lastname@example.org www.prodtrans.com Provides shuttle buses for city-wide conventions & trade shows.
Corporate Transportation Inc., 535 Colonial Park Drive, Bldg A, Roswell, GA, 30075; 770-641-7271; Fax: 770-641-1609; info@corporatetransportation. org ww.corporatetransportation.org . “The Definition of Impeccable Service” For over 30 years we have been Atlanta’s Premier Limousine Company. We provide total Ground Transportation Services 24/7/365.
Q&A Events, 1014 Winburn Drive, East Point, GA, 30344; 404-762-5665; Fax: 404-762-5664; sbaugh@ QandAEvents.com www.QandAEvents.com Q&A Events is a professional event company based in Atlanta. We provide comprehensive event services for corporate clients, professional associations and nonprofit organizations nationally. We help our clients manage planning, logistics and event execution.
Dart Transportation Solutions, LLC, P.O. Box 2109, Douglasville, GA, 30133; 470- 259-4596; info@ pickmeupdart.com www.pickmeupdart.com Dart Transportation is the one-stop solution for any of your transportation needs, providing premier airport and charter services. We don’t just get your groups from point A to point B–the entire trip is their destination. Destination South Meetings & Events - a DMC Network Company, 155 10th Street NE Suite 988, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-815-9519; lmcqueary@destinationsouth. com www.destinationsouth.com Services include airport greeting & convention shuttles. Divine Chariots Limousines, Inc, 1003 Virginia Ave, STE 210, Atlanta, GA, 30354; 404-549-9702; Fax: 404549-7307; email@example.com www.dcllimo. com Divine Chariots Limousines is Atlanta’s premier transportation services company. In business for over 12 years, our car services are known throughout the Southeast for providing excellent limousine service with the utmost professionalism, style and security. E.S. Destinations, 2308 Rolling Acres Drive, Conyers, GA, 30094; 770-760-0364; Fax: 770-922-4808; cida@ esdestinations.com www.esdestinations.com Provides airport meet & greet, transfers, transportation, tours & more. EGAN TLC - Transportation Logistics Consultants, 3050 Five Forks Trickum Road, Suite D-423, Lilburn, GA, 30047; 844-342-6852; firstname.lastname@example.org www. egantlc.com Highly personalized, full-service, ground transportation experts. ELW Motorcoach, LLC, 210 Etowah Trace, Fayetteville, GA, 30214; 404-472-3377; Fax: 770-716-5553; info@ elwmotorcoach.com www.elwmotorcoach.com A full service ground transportation company that provides services for tours, charters, meetings and conventions.
Quality Transportation of Atlanta, 5950 Live Oak Pkwy, Suite 130, Norcross, GA, 30093; 404.829.5996; 1.800.655.4579 email@example.com http:// qualitytransportation.net/ Quality Transportation of Atlanta specializes in transportation management for conventions, corporate and special events including shuttles, weddings, airport transfers, and tours. R&W Motorcoach and Events, 1369 denfield court, Lithonia, GA, 30058; 678-842-3719; events@ randwmotorcoach.com randwmotorcoach.com We are a full-service management company that specializes in transportation, group travel, and special events. The benefit to working with our team is that we are a one-stop shop for all your planning needs. Scout Local Events and Transportation, 2107 N. Decatur Road #408, Decatur, GA, 30033; 404-4287770; firstname.lastname@example.org www.scoutlocal.co Destination management company specializing in events & transportation. TMS - Transportation Management Services , 17810 Meeting House Road, Suite 200, Sandy Springs, MD, 20860; 301-260-2070; Fax: 301-260-1124; info@ tms.com www.tms.com Specializes in effective shuttle & parking management services. Topper Worldwide Transportation, 1366 English Street, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 770-578-1867; email@example.com www.topperlimo.com Topper Worldwide Transportation is Atlanta’s meeting & events transportation specialist. Family owned and operated since 1996, customer peace of mind and safety are our number priorities. Total Transportation Solutions, Inc., 7380 Fulcrum Avenue, Orlando, FL, 32812; 407-582-0330; Fax: 404582-0331; www.ttsorlando.com Acts as a transportation management pioneer for visitors/events.
Georgia Coach Lines, Inc., 524 Whitehall Street S.W., Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-681-1600; Fax: 404-681-0222; firstname.lastname@example.org www.georgiacoachlines. com Providing dependable, quality and affordable charter and transportation needs since 1985 with an emphasis on stellar customer service.
Uber Atlanta, Atlanta, GA, 30363; www.atlanta.net/ partner/uber-atlanta/00136309/ An affordable and convenient app that connects riders to drivers on demand.
Greene Worldwide Transportation, 1359-B Ellsworth Industrial Blvd, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404-875-3866; Fax: 404-875-0076; email@example.com www. greeneclassiclimousine.com We provide luxury transportation for all needs and occasions.
Cobb Community Transit (CCT), 463 Commerce Park Drive, Suite 114, Marietta, GA, 30060; 770-4274444; Cobb County public bus system with service to Buckhead, Midtown & Downtown.
Harmon Brothers Charter, Inc., 5094 Westbrook Rd, Union City, GA, 30291; 770-969-0180; Fax: 770969-9725; www.harmonbros.com We offer prompt, dependable, courteous service locally & long distance. Juice Studios, 1447 Peachtree Street, Suite 560, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-817-9369; Atlanta@thejuicestudios. com www.thejuicestudios.com DMC specializing in the production of meetings, events & transportation. Lyft, 814 Bellemeade Ave., NW, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 678744-6325; ATLAmbassador@lyft.com Wherever you are headed, count on Lyft for a ride in minutes. Download the free app at lyft.com/invite/visitatl and enjoy $20 off your first ride. MTI Limo & Shuttle Services, 2581 Sullivan Road, Atlanta, GA, 30337; 404-669-0900; Fax: 404-669-0950; firstname.lastname@example.org www.mtilimos.com Dedicated to excellence to meet your transportation needs. North Point Transportation Group, 1454 Willingham Dr, Atlanta, GA, 30344; 678-935-5000; reservations@nplimo. com www.nplimo.com Limousine service to show that special someone how much you care. Presenting Atlanta, LLC, 3216 Paces Ferry Place, N.W., Atlanta, GA, 30305-1309; 404-231-0200; Fax: 404-266-0308; Richard@presentingatlanta.com www. presentingatlanta.com Provides groups with everything from meet & greets to breathtaking events.
PUBLIC & SPECIAL NEEDS TRANSPORTATION
MARTA, 2424 Piedmont Road, N.E., Atlanta, GA, 303243330; 404-848-5000; Fax: 404-848-5098; www.itsmarta. com Call 404-848-5000 for bus & train information or visit www.itsmarta.com.
TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT COMPANIES 414 Logistical Consultants, 2107 N. Decatur Road, #408, Decatur, GA, 30033; 404-3985066; email@example.com www.414logisticalconsultants.com We provide custom transportation services for VIP’s, meetings and convention attendees. Clients choose us to manage convention shuttles, meet & greet services, as well as VIP movements because we care. AlliedPRA Atlanta, 1180 West Peachtree St. NW, Suite 1925, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-760-4230; amy. firstname.lastname@example.org www.alliedpra.com/atlanta Destination management company providing program execution. ATL LAAC CAR SERVICE, 5555 glenridge con, atlanta, GA, 30342; 404-436-2700; 1-844-207-2964 info@ LAACcarservice.com www.LAACcarservice.com With LAAC Car Service you have just ONE consolidated point of contact for all your ground transportation needs. We do not just book reservations, we manage reservations from start to finish. One reservation, One Invoice, One com
VISITOR SERVICES Atlantic Limousine & Transportation, 2450 Pleasantdale Road, Atlanta, GA, 30340; 770-751-7078; Fax: 770-5697757; email@example.com www.atlanticlimo-ga.com Provides total ground transportation services with a fleet of 60+ vehicles. Callaway Transportation, 7564 Main Street, FL 2, Sykesville, MD, 21784; 410-795-8300; Fax: 410510-1719; firstname.lastname@example.org www. callawaytransportation.com CTI provides transportation management for conventions, trade shows and special events. Carey Atlanta Executive Limousine & Transportation, 245 University Avenue, S.W., Atlanta, GA, 30315; 404223-2000; Fax: 404-681-3992; www.careyatlanta.com Car service: VIP Discount: Careyatlanta.hudsonltd.net Cooper Global Chauffeured Transportation , 4004 Tradeport Blvd., Atlanta, GA, 30354; 770-455-9600; Fax: 770-454-7976; email@example.com www. cooperglobal.com Premier transportation provider in the luxury & business travel industry. CTN Global Chauffeured Transportation, 9925 Haynes Bridge Road, Suite 200-212, Alpharetta, GA, 30022; 678487-6777; Fax: 678-777-6767; firstname.lastname@example.org www. ctntrans.com Any size vehicle for any size group. Route planning, greeters, welcome staff, professional chauffeurs, and manifest coordination. Destination South Meetings & Events - a DMC Network Company, 155 10th Street NE Suite 988, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-815-9519; lmcqueary@destinationsouth. com www.destinationsouth.com Services include airport greeting and convention shuttles. Divine Chariots Limousines, Inc, 1003 Virginia Ave, STE 210, Atlanta, GA, 30354; 404-549-9702; Fax: 404549-7307; email@example.com www.dcllimo. com Divine Chariots Limousines is a trusted provider of executive transportation services; our clients include some of the nation’s most renowned corporate leaders, celebrities, and VIPs. EGAN TLC - Transportation Logistics Consultants, 3050 Five Forks Trickum Road, Suite D-423, Lilburn, GA, 30047; 844-342-6852; firstname.lastname@example.org www. egantlc.com Highly personalized, full-service, ground transportation experts. Event Transportation/Atlanta, P.O. Box 29553, Atlanta, GA, 30359; 404-320-0380; Fax: 404-315-7418; email@example.com www.eta-dmc.com Offering airport meet-andgreets, local and regional custom tours, convention and event shuttles and memorable events. Greene Worldwide Transportation, 1359-B Ellsworth Industrial Blvd, Atlanta, GA, 30318; 404-875-3866; Fax: 404-875-0076; firstname.lastname@example.org www. greeneclassiclimousine.com We provide luxury transportation for all needs and occasions. Juice Studios, 1447 Peachtree Street, Suite 560, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-817-9369; Atlanta@thejuicestudios. com www.thejuicestudios.com DMC specializing in the production of meetings, events & transportation. MARTA, 2424 Piedmont Road, N.E., Atlanta, GA, 303243330; 404-848-5000; Fax: 404-848-5098; www.itsmarta. com Call 404-848-5000 for bus & train information or visit www.itsmarta.com. MTI Limo & Shuttle Services, 2581 Sullivan Road, Atlanta, GA, 30337; 404-669-0900; Fax: 404-669-0950; email@example.com www.mtilimos.com Dedicated to excellence to meet your transportation needs. North Point Transportation Group, 1454 Willingham Dr, Atlanta, GA, 30344; 678-935-5000; reservations@nplimo. com www.nplimo.com Limousine service to show that special someone how much you care. Presenting Atlanta, LLC, 3216 Paces Ferry Place, N.W., Atlanta, GA, 30305-1309; 404-231-0200; Fax: 404-266-0308; Richard@presentingatlanta.com www. presentingatlanta.com Provides groups with everything from meet & greets to breathtaking events. R&W Motorcoach and Events, 1369 denfield court, Lithonia, GA, 30058; 678-842-3719; events@ randwmotorcoach.com randwmotorcoach.com We are a full-service management company that specializes in transportation, group travel, and special events. The benefit to working with our team is that we are a one-stop shop for all your planning needs. Scout Local Events and Transportation, 2107 N. Decatur Road #408, Decatur, GA, 30033; 404-428-7770; firstname.lastname@example.org www.scoutlocal.co Destination management and transportation systems specialists.
Supreme Solutions Rides & Event Planning , 1360 Merrifield Lane, Marietta, GA, 30062; 770-8432262; email@example.com www. supremesolutionsatlanta.com Since 1992, we have offered excellent customer service for airport shared ride shuttle, black car, and group charter ground transportation all over Metro Atlanta.
VISITOR SERVICES BANKS AND FINANCIAL SERVICES Frazier & Deeter, LLC, 1230 Peachtree Street, Suite 1500, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-253-7500; Fax: 404-2537501; firstname.lastname@example.org www.frazierdeeter. com Provides services across a range of tax, audit, accounting & advisory needs.
PUBLISHERS, PERIODICALS & GUIDEBOOKS ATCOMM Publishing Company, 3384 Peachtree Rd NE, Suite 900, Atlanta, GA, 30326; 404-249-1750; Fax: 404-249-1759; www.atlanta.net Provides newsletters, directories & programs for convention publishing. Atlanta Business Chronicle, 3384 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 900, Atlanta, GA, 30326; 404-249-1000; Fax: 404-249-1048; email@example.com www.atlanta. bizjournals.com Serves as Atlanta’s best business news source in print & online. Atlanta CityPASS, Atlanta, Georgia, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 888-330-5008; Fax: 208-787-4306; firstname.lastname@example.org www.citypass.com/atlanta Save 40% and skip most lines at Atlanta’s five top attractions. Georgia Voice, LLC, The, PO Box 77401, Atlanta, GA, 30357; 404-815-6941; Fax: 404-815-6942; tboyd@ thegavoice.com www.thegavoice.com The media outlet of choice for LGBT Atlanta and the state of Georgia. Market America, P.O. Box 7069, Gadsden, AL, 35906; 256-413-7067; Fax: 256-413-0057; www.travelcoupons. com Provides a motel discount guide, free at visitor centers in GA. Where Atlanta, 1820 Independence Square, Dunwoody, GA, 30338; 678-259-9275; Fax: 678-259-9281; www. wheretraveler.com/Atlanta Annual guestbook, monthly Where Magazine, and bi-annual map distribution covering Atlanta’s best places for dining, shopping, attractions, and events.
SIGN LANGUAGE & TRANSLATION SERVICES Sign Language Interpreting Specialists, 3292 Thompson Bridge Road, #333, Gainesville, GA, 30506; 770-5310700; email@example.com www.slisinc.com Provides highquality sign language interpreting services.
TELEVISION & RADIO STATIONS Atlanta Channel, The, 235 Peachtree Street NE, Suite C-26, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-688-7138; Fax: 866-6518609; firstname.lastname@example.org www.tripsmarter. com/atlanta/video/live-tv/atlanta-channel-live-atlanta-ga Broadcasts award-winning editorial, restaurant reviews and attractions. WXIA-TV 11 ALIVE, One Monroe Place NE, Atlanta, GA, 30324; 404-892-1611; Fax: 404-885-7639; www.11alive. com Provides news that holds the powerful accountable.
TOUR GUIDES - STEP ON Civil Rights Tours, 320 Martin Luther King Junior Drive SE, #Loft 13, Atlanta, GA, 30312; 404-386-0992; tom@ civilrightstour.com www.civilrightstour.com Civil Rights Tours guides you where history was made. Destination South Meetings & Events - a DMC Network Company, 155 10th Street NE Suite 988, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-815-9519; email@example.com www.destinationsouth.com Guided Sightseeing Tours, Special Interest Tours, Adventure Activities, Winery Tours, & Movie Tours Presenting Atlanta, LLC, 3216 Paces Ferry Place, N.W., Atlanta, GA, 30305-1309; 404-231-0200; Fax: 404-266-0308; Richard@presentingatlanta.com www. presentingatlanta.com Provides groups with everything from meet & greets to breathtaking events. Scout Local Events and Transportation, 2107 N. Decatur Road #408, Decatur, GA, 30033; 404-4287770; firstname.lastname@example.org www.scoutlocal.co Destination management company specializing in events & transportation.
TOUR OPERATORS Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure - Atlanta, 265 Park Avenue West, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 805603-5620; email@example.com www. urbanadventurequest.com Explore Atlanta via smart phone-guided scavenger hunts. Atlanta Food Walks, 180 Northside Drive SW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 1-800-736-6343; firstname.lastname@example.org www.atlantafoodwalks.com Acclaimed food tour with 15 tastings and guided historical walk. Atlanta Motor Speedway, 1500 Tara Place, Hampton, GA, 30228; 770-707-7904; amssales@ atlantamotorspeedway.com www.atlantamotorspeedway. com Atlanta Motor Speedway sits on 887 acres of landscaped green space and serves as one of the South’s premier entertainment facilities, providing a one-of-a-kind experience for special events. Atlanta Movie Tours, 327 Nelson Street SW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 855-255-3456; Fax: 678-668-7497; info@ atlantamovietours.com www.atlantamovietours.com Offers customized tours of TV & movie locations for teambuilding & more. Atlanta Preservation Center, 327 St. Paul Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA, 30312-3129; 404-688-3353; Fax: 404-6883357; www.preserveatlanta.com Offers guided walking tours of Atlanta’s historic neighborhoods & sites. Atlanta Sightseeing Bus Tours, 231 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 1-800-279-9160; atlsightseeingtours@ gmail.com www.atlsightseeingtours.net Atlanta Sightseeing Bus Tours provide a five-hour bus tour of Atlanta! ATL-Cruzers Electric Car & Segway Tours, 160 Ted Turner Dr NW, Ste D, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-492-7009; email@example.com www.atlcruzers.com City and Segway tours offering historical and culinary insight. Balloons Over Georgia, 112 Jason Lane, Cumming, GA, 30040; 678-438-5524; daryl.tatum.LTA@gmail.com www. balloonsovergeorgia.com Offers scenic Hot Air Balloon rides in the North Atlanta Area. Beer from Here Brew Tours, P.O. Box 3424, Decatur, GA, 30031; 470- 285-2537; firstname.lastname@example.org www.beerfromherebrewtours.com We proudly serve the metro Atlanta area with fun and unique events specializing in local brewery, distillery and cidery tours. Our fleet can accommodate 6-53 people on a single vehicle. Best Friends Travel, 2179 Morris Ave Suite B, Atlanta, GA, 30084; 770-861-9380; Fax: 770-783-6557; bfttusa@ yahoo.com www.igotours.com Creates each travel program and tour service for the Southeast. Bicycle Tours of Atlanta, 659 Auburn Avenue, Unit G19, Studioplex Lofts in the Old Fourth Ward, Atlanta, GA, 30312; 404-273-2558; email@example.com www. biketoursatl.com Discover Atlanta’s neighborhoods on a 3-hour, 10-mile historic tour. Civil Bikes, 87 Clay Street, SE, Atlanta, GA, 30317; 404323-8754; firstname.lastname@example.org www.civilbikes.com Civil Bikes provides an authentic exploration of Atlanta through walking and bicycle tours. Tours reflect history, culture, and art. We highlight civil and human rights stories. Civil Rights Tours, 320 Martin Luther King Junior Drive SE, #Loft 13, Atlanta, GA, 30312; 404-386-0992; tom@ civilrightstour.com www.civilrightstour.com Civil Rights Tours guides you where history was made. Downtown Decatur Food Tours, 130 Clairemont Avenue, Decatur, GA, 30030; 770-999-9663; email@example.com www. downtowndecaturfoodtours.com A culinary journey to learn the rich history of Downtown Decatur. E.S. Destinations, 2308 Rolling Acres Drive, Conyers, GA, 30094; 770-760-0364; Fax: 770-922-4808; cida@ esdestinations.com www.esdestinations.com Provides airport meet & greet, transfers, transportation, tours & more. Nightly Spirits, 437 Memorial Drive SE #C, Atlanta, GA, 30312; 844-678-8687; firstname.lastname@example.org https://nightlyspirits.com/atlanta-ghost-tours/ 437-C Memorial Dr SE, Atlanta, GA 30312; 202-596-6077; info@ nightlyspirits.com nightlyspirits.com Ghost tour meets pub crawl! The Historic Marietta Trolley, 131 Church Street, Marietta, GA, 30060; 770-425-1006; Fax: 770-425-1007; email@example.com mariettatrolley.com Sightseeing in Atlanta traffic does not have to be a challenge anymore with the introduction of the Peachtree Trolley. The Peachtree Trolley, 275 Baker St. NW, Atlanta, GA, 30313; 770-425-1006; firstname.lastname@example.org www. thepeachtreetrolley.com The Peachtree Trolley conducts 90-minute tours originating near Centennial Olympic Park
INFORMATION WELLNESS & PERSONAL CARE
CONVENTION & VISITOR BUREAUS
Kay Hamner & Associates, 130 26th Street, #502, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-892-0663; Kay@KayHamner.com www.KayHamner.com Achieve optimal health with Glow Vista skin analyzer- speaker formats too.
Alpharetta Convention & Visitors Bureau, 178 S. Main Street, Suite 200, Alpharetta, GA, 30009; 678-297-2811; Fax: 678-297-9197; email@example.com www.awesomealpharetta.com Experience shopping, dining & entertainment in one great destination-Awesome Alpharetta! Call 678-297-0102 for an official visitors guide! Alpine Helen-White County Convention & Visitors Bureau, 726 Bruckenstrasse, Helen, GA, 30545; 706878-2181; Fax: 706-878-4032; firstname.lastname@example.org www. helenga.org Helen is a re-creation of an Alpine village with shopping, cabins, recreation & more. ATL Airport District Destination Marketing Organization, 2000 Convention Center Concourse, College Park, GA, 30337; 404-334-7503; moxford@ ATLdistrict.com www.ATLdistrict.com College Park offers big city amenities & conveniences with small town charm. Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau, 233 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 1400, Atlanta, GA, 30303-1507; 404-5216600; Fax: 404-589-5729; email@example.com www.atlanta. net Boasting diverse dining options, an extensive cultural scene, legendary shopping and seven professional sports teams, Atlanta is an ideal travel destination. Cobb Travel & Tourism, One Galleria Parkway, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 678-303-2622; Fax: 678-303-2625; info@ travelcobb.org www.travelcobb.org Cobb County has the warmth of a favorite neighborhood with culture & charm. Decatur Visitors Center, 113 Clairemont Avenue, Decatur, GA, 30030; 678-615-0915; Fax: 404371-1593; Sherry.Jackman@decaturga.com www. visitdecaturgeorgia.com Decatur has 200 boutiques, galleries, services & restaurants in four miles. DeKalb Convention and Visitors Bureau, 1957 Lakeside Parkway, Suite 510, Tucker, GA, 30084; 770492-5011; Fax: 770-492-5033; firstname.lastname@example.org www.
INFORMATION RESOURCES CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE Atlanta Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, The Phillip Rush Center, 1530 DeKalb Ave, Suite A, Atlanta, GA, 30307; 404-377-4258; Fax: 770-934-1246; email@example.com www.atlantagaychamber. org Promotes growth & advancement of LGBT & allied business members. Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of Georgia, P.O. Box 93411, Atlanta, GA, 30377; 404-880-1551; Fax: 404-880-1555; www.bacc-ga. com Fosters trade & investment between Brazil & the Southeastern U.S. Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, 99 West Paces Ferry, Suite 200, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-9299998; Fax: 404-929-9190; firstname.lastname@example.org www.ghcc. org Promotes Hispanic/Latino leadership development & advocacy. Metro Atlanta Chamber, 191 Peachtree St NE, #3400, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-880-9000; Fax: 404-586-8469; www.metroatlantachamber.com Provides a unique forum for members to connect & make contacts. Midtown Alliance, 999 Peachtree Street, Suite 730, Atlanta, GA, 30309; 404-892-0050; Fax: 404-8920050; www.MidtownATL.com Coalition of business & community leaders united in a Midtown commitment.
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(Former North-South Line) Service from North Springs to Airport until 9pm
(Former North-South Line) After 9pm from Lindbergh Center to North Springs only
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(Former East-West Line)
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(Former Proctor Creek Line) After 9pm service to Vine City only
INTERSTATE HIGHWAYS STATIONS WITH FREE DAILY PARKING STATIONS WITH LONG-TERM AND FREE DAILY PARKING MARTA RIDESTORE & REDUCED FARE Program Locations: LENOX STATION RideStore only
LINDBERGH CENTER STATION
Reduced Fare Office & RideStore located in MARTA Headquarters Building
AIRPORT STATION RideStore only
FIVE POINTS STATION
Reduced Fare Office located at Forsyth St. entrance; RideStore located at Peachtree St. entrance.
www.itsmarta.com 404-848-5000 TTY: 404-848-5665 Accessible Format: 404-848-4037
visitatlantasdekalbcounty.com We have world-class museums, music venues, neighborhoods & unique shops. Explore Gwinnett (Gwinnett County Tourism), 6500 Sugarloaf Parkway, Suite 200, Duluth, GA, 30097; 770814-6056; Fax: 770-623-1667; email@example.com www.exploregwinnett.org Find shopping, golf & family fun with easy access to Atlanta. Georgia Department of Economic Development, 75 Fifth Street, NW, Suite 1200, Atlanta, GA, 30308; 404962-4000; Fax: 404-962-4009; www.Georgia.org Georgia boasts rich, unparalleled experiences & something for everyone. Visit Sandy Springs, 5920 Roswell Road, Suite A-118, Sandy Springs, GA, 30328; 770-206-1447; Fax: 770-2061439; 1-866-511-7742 firstname.lastname@example.org www.visitsandysprings.org Sandy Springs is everything you love about Greater Atlanta!
INFORMATION RESOURCES Atlanta Business League, 931 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive NW, Atlanta, GA, 30314; 404-584-8126; Fax: 404-584-0445; email@example.com www.atlantabusinessleague.org Provides economic empowerment and business development opportunities for minorities in metro-Atlanta. Atlanta Sports Council, 191 Peachtree St NE, Suite 3400, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-586-8510; Fax: 404-5868508; www.atlantasportscouncil.com Facilitates metro Atlanta sports as an event recruiter. Atlanta Track Club, 291 Armour Dr., Atlanta, GA, 30324; 404-231-9064; firstname.lastname@example.org www. atlantatrackclub.org Established to inspire and engage the community to achieve health and fitness through running. Buckhead Coalition, Inc., Tower Place, Building 100, 3340 Peachtree Rd. NE Suite 560, Atlanta, GA, 303261059; 404-233-2228; Fax: 404-812-8222; Nurtures quality of life & coordinates orderly growth in Buckhead. CBRE Hotels’ Americas Research, 3280 Peachtree Road, Suite 1400, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-812-5086; Fax: 404-842-1165; A global network of firms bound by a quality, integrity & the creation of clarity. CityLife Development Partners, 200 Peachtree Street NW, Suite 212, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 678-4278362; email@example.com www. citylifedevelopmentpartners.com To acquire, develop, and manage compelling places to live work, eat, shop, and play David Justice Financial Services, Inc., 5880 Live Oak Parkway, Suite 230, Norcross, GA, 30093; 770-4412712; Fax: 678-819-4088; mailbox@davidjusticefinancial. com www.aalarocco.com Insurance brokerage firm with customized plans for business & individuals. Georgia Restaurant Association, 260 Peachtree Street NW, Suite 1901, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-467-9000; info@ garestaurants.org www.garestaurants.org Serves as the voice for Georgia’s restaurants in advocacy & education. NEWPORT US RE, 515 East Paces Perry Road NE, Atlanta, GA, 30305; 404-973-2650; info@newportusre. com www.newportusre.com Newport US RE, a subsidiary of Newport Holding GMBH, is an Atlanta-based real estate investment firm focused on the redevelopment of street retail and other urban property types. Office of Cultural Affairs, City of Atlanta, 233 Peachtree St.NE, Suite 1700, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-546-6819; ocaatlanta.com Established in 1974 to encourage and support Atlanta’s cultural resources. Thanks Again, LLC, 100 Hartsfield Center Drive, Atlanta, GA, 30354; 770-969-1311; www.thanksagain.com Thanks Again powers ATL Rewards. A program which seamlessly encourages residents of Atlanta and visitors to Atlanta to visit and spend at the city’s airport, attractions, restaurants and cultural venues. Valor Hospitality Partners, 2100 Powers Ferry Road, Suite 150, Atlanta, GA, 30339; 770-231-5440; dfransen@ valorhospitality.com www.valorhospitality.com Valor Hospitality is a hotel management company. Additional services include transportation and reception tour operator arrangements.
VISITOR CENTERS Atlanta CVB - Visitor Center, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, 5000 North Terminal PRW West Crossover, Atlanta, GA, 30320; 404-305-8426; Provides travelers with information about the city of Atlanta. Atlanta CVB - Visitor Center, Underground Atlanta, 65 Upper Alabama Street, Atlanta, GA, 30303; 404-5772148; Open: Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sunday, noon-6 p.m
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Woodcrest Ave NE
NW Gate Dr
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Palisades Rd NE
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Lady Marion Ln NE
Peachtree Hills Ave NE
Woodward Way NW
Peachtree Hills Park
Lindbergh Way NE
Atlanta Memorial Park
Lindbergh Dr NE
Bobby Jones Golf Course
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Chastain Memorial Park
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Georgia Institute of Technology
College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience
Atlanta Contemporary Art Center
16th St NW
4th St NW
Mills St NW
Hunnicutt St NW
Pine St NW
North Ave NW
Bobby Dodd Stadium Grant Field
Bobby Dodd Way NW
Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW
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6th St NW
8th St NW
10th St NW
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Georgia Institute Of Technology
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17 1/2 St NW
17th St NW
Peachtree Pl NW
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Robert C. Williams Paper Museum
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The Breman Museum
18th St NW
Williams St NW
Williams St NW
Williams St NW
Mecaslin St NW
Cypress St NE
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Peachtree St NE
Atlantic Dr NW
Spring St NW
Spring St NW
W Peachtree St NW
W Peachtree St NW
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Myrtle St NE
Myrtle St NE
Penn Ave NE
S Prado NE
Durant Pl NE
Deering Rd NW
Argonne Ave NE
Central Park Pl NE
Market St NW
Juniper St NE
Juniper St NE
Juniper St NE
Courtland St NE
Ferst Dr NW
Piedmont Ave NE
Piedmont Ave NE
Piedmont Ave NE
State St NW
State St NW
Taft Ave NE
Westshire Pl NW
Inman Cir NE
Ansley Golf Club
Charles Allen Dr NE
Charles Allen Dr NE
Parkway Dr NE
Peace Ave NE
Atlantic Dr NW
W Dr NW
Rankin Pl NE
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Monroe Cir NE
Glen Iris Dr NE
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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Bass St SW
Hardy Ivy Park
John Portman Blvd. (Harris St.)
The Children's Museum of Atlanta
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Crumley St SW
Memorial Dr SW
Trinity Ave SW
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Ellis St NE
Crumley St SE
Richardson St SE
Fulton Way SE
Georgia Ave SE
Glenn St SE
Fulton St SE
Solomon St SE
Clarke St SE
Logan St SE
Woodward Ave SE
Ralph David Abernathy Fwy
Memorial Dr SE
Decatur St SE
Phoenix III Park
Sweet Auburn Curb Market
Bass St SE
Milledge Ave SE
Irwin St NE
Auburn Ave NE
Highland Ave NE
Old Wheat St NE
Sydney St SE
Glenwood Ave SE
Bass St SE
Pavillion St SE
Georgia Ave SE
Cherokee Pl SE
The King Center
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Cir NE Brickworks
Kendall St NE
Ashley Ave NE
Ralph David Abernathy Fwy 59B
Rosalia St SE
Gaskill St SE
Krog Street Market
Mcdonald St SE
Edgewood Ave SE
Irwin St NE
John Wesley Dobbs Ave NE
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59A Ave SE
Sydney St SE
Bryan St SE
Woodward Ave SE
Memorial Dr SE
Edgewood Ave SE
Ebenezer Baptist Church
58B Ralph David Abernathy Fwy
Logan St SE
Woodward Ave SE
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site
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Martin Luther King Jr Dr SE
Sydney St SE
Clarke St SE
Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum
Ralph McGill Blvd NE
Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center
Pine St NE
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Andrew Young International Blvd NE
State Capitol Sq
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John Wesley Dobbs Ave NE
Baker St NE
Pine St NE
Georgia State Gil ur St University mer S S
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Andrew Young International Blvd NW
Georgia World Congress Center
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Georgia Dome Dr SW
Mitchell St SW
Carter St NW
Northside Dr NW
Elliott St SW
Rhodes St NW
Mangum St SW
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McD Pollard Blvd SW
Williams St NW
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Courtland St NE Courtland St NE
Piedmont Ave NE Piedmont Ave NE
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Jesse Hill Jr Dr SE
Bell St NE
W Peachtree St NW
Capitol Ave SW
Hank Aaron Dr SW
Howell St SE
Connally St SE
Peachtree St NE
Oakland Ave SE
Bell St SE
Hill St SE
Hilliard St NE Hilliard St SE Grant St SE
Parkway Dr NE
Jackson St NE
Cherokee Ave SE
Bradley St NE Bradley St SE
Glen Iris Dr NE
Randolph St NE
Peachtree Center Ave NE Fraser St SE
Martin St SE
Connally St SE
Hill St SE
Grant St SE
Oakland Ave SE
Cherokee Ave SE
Park Ave SE
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Krog St NE
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You’ll want to plan another visit to Atlanta when springtime rolls right into summer with warm weather festivals celebrating the city’s food and music scenes.
ATLANTA JAZZ FESTIVAL
Tune up your taste buds and join the South’s top culinary talent at this annual festival, May 31-June 3 in Midtown Atlanta. This annual foodie extravaganza – the first culinary weekend dedicated to showcasing Southern food and beverage traditions -- boasts learning and tasting experiences along with curated chef dinners from the region’s leading chefs, mixologists, pitmasters, sommeliers and local growers. www.atlantafoodandwinefestival.com
The upbeat sounds of jazz music fill Piedmont Park for the annual Atlanta Jazz Festival, May 26-27. A Memorial Day tradition and one of the country’s largest free jazz festivals, this year’s festival is set to draw more than 50,000 jazz enthusiasts soaking in the sounds of legendary jazz musicians and up-and-coming acts performing traditional, contemporary, Latin and hip-hop inspired jazz on three stages. Incredible festival food and a family friendly KidZone add to the fun and excitement. www.atlantafestivals.com
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ATLANTA FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL
SHAKY KNEES MUSIC FESTIVAL
SHAKY BEATS MUSIC FESTIVAL
The Southeast’s premier indie rock festival takes over Atlanta’s Central Park May 4-6. This year’s three-day festival jams with a diverse lineup of more than 60 bands including legendary acts and up-and-coming bands. The rocking lineup includes Queens of the Stone Age, Jack White, The National, Fleet Foxes, Tenacious D, Cake, Franz Ferdinand, Jimmy Eat World, Manchester Orchestra and The War On Drugs. In addition to music, guests can refuel at festival food trucks and partake in other fun festival activities. www.shakykneesfestival.com
Crank up the volume and join the party at the Shaky Beats Music Festival, May 11-13. More than 40 top electronic, indie and hip-hop performers will take over three stages in Central Park for three days of music, dancing, food truck fare and fun. The lineup features Ludacris, Zedd, Marshmello, Kygo, Dillon Francis, Seven Lions, Excision, Louis the Child and more. www.shakybeatsfestival.com
FIND OUT MORE Get the scoop on lots more current and upcoming events and attractions when you visit Atlanta.net/events
THE FOUNTAIN OF RINGS
ARC AROUND THE PARK You won’t want to miss Centennial Olympic Park and the walkable ring of attractions surrounding the park. Here is what you can find:
THE CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF ATLANTA
CNN STUDIO TOURS
THE FOUNTAIN OF RINGS The world’s largest interactive fountain featuring the Olympic Ring symbol. Parts of Centennial Olympic Park will be under construction for most of 2018. For the latest updates, please visit the website. www.centennialparkcom
CNN STUDIO TOURS A once-in-a-lifetime view of the global headquarters of CNN, including an inside look at the newsroom, control room and more. www.cnn.com/tour
GEORGIA AQUARIUM The nation’s largest aquarium with 10 million gallons of fresh and marine water and more than 100,000 animals representing 500 species from around the world. www.georgiaaquarium.org
WORLD OF COCA-COLA
SKYVIEW ATLANTA / JON BILOUS
THE CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF ATLANTA Where children learn through play by using all of their senses in a unique and interactive way. www.childrensmuseumatlanta.com
CENTER FOR CIVIL & HUMAN RIGHTS One of the few places in the world educating visitors on the bridge between the American Civil rights movement and contemporary human rights movements worldwide. www.civilandhumanrights.org
COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME AND CHICK-FIL-A FAN EXPERIENCE Featuring a wall with the helmets of more than 700 college football teams, a 45-yard replica field and more. www.cfbhall.com
SKYVIEW ATLANTA COLLEGE FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME AND CHICK-FIL-A FAN EXPERIENCE
CENTER FOR CIVIL & HUMAN RIGHTS
WORLD OF COCA-COLA
The only place where you can explore the fascinating story of Coca-Cola through artifacts and interactive exhibits. www.worldofcoca-cola.com
The city’s gondola-style Ferris wheel towers almost 20 stories above Centennial Olympic Park. www.skyviewatlanta.com
FIND OUT MORE Centennial Olympic Park isn’t the only place to find cool Atlanta attractions. For a full list, check Atlanta.net/attractions
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