Visit these Atlanta locales for a great fall salad.
All of these places have found inventive and delicious ways to use this vegetable in a range of products you might not necessarily associate with this Halloween staple, but there’s so much more to this versatile squash than jack ‘o’ lanterns.
The desire to have the best costumes and decorations around cannot be underestimated, so try one of these stores to find the perfect pieces to make your Halloween the scariest ever
Rainy days are crafty days! Don’t let the fun just be outdoors; get involved in some hands-on fun with your kids and show them that art is great.
Good pizza is the holy grail of Italian food. There are plenty of mediocre examples out there, but try some of the restaurants listed below for a really authentic experience.
Just because the weather is cooling doesn’t mean that your children’s passion for sports should. Get them signed up for one of the great fall sports leagues listed here and have them burning off their energy right into 2015.
Apple picking generally starts towards the end of July and runs through October. For your fall apple pies, applesauce and table fruit, go pick your own! Nothing will taste fresher or be more rewarding than apples you selected and picked yourself.
Outdoor, indoor, restaurant, live music or art – no matter what your taste or entertainment desire, you’ll find it in Old Fourth Ward.
Gelato is the low fat option to ice cream, with nearly 1/3 less fat than the traditional American hot weather treat. This delicious Italian dessert is perfect for summer, and there are some great places to find it made in Atlanta – with an authentic touch!
The South has weather so conducive to growing that we can enjoy this bounty far longer than the majority of the country. So eat up and enjoy!