Sometimes you just have a craving for falafel, and nothing else will do. Check out our picks for Atlanta’s best Middle Eastern food options.
Atlanta is known for its tasty, inexpensive cuisine, and everyone in town has a favorite Mexican restaurant. Whether it’s fancy and trendy in Midtown or family-friendly in Dunwoody, there are tasty spots around town where you can always satisfy your queso craving.
With all the green spaces in Atlanta, there is no shortage of opportunities to see wildlife in and around the city. We’ve chosen some of our favorites, perfect for a summer outing with the family.
So, you’re planning your big day, but you don’t want the standard bridal shopping experience? Check out one of these stores in Atlanta for more individualized attention.
If the spring showers foil your outdoor plans, consider checking out one of the many interesting museum exhibits in Atlanta this season. From the High Museum of Art Atlanta to Emory’s Michael C. Carlos museum, there are plenty of options for interesting experiences.
Whether you stick with flowers and candy or you want something a bit more unusual, there are plenty of great places to purchase a Mother’s Day gift in Atlanta. We have chosen some of our favorites for your last-minute shopping crunch.
If you’re not from the South, it might sound like a horrifying combination, but locals know fried chicken and waffles as a delicious indulgence. There are several places around town where you can get your sweet and salty fix.
Who wants to go to brunch if there isn’t a little bubbly? We’ve chosen our favorite spots for bottomless mimosas in Atlanta.
Atlanta is the capital of the South, and naturally it has a wealth of museums of all types worth visiting. You can’t consider yourself a true cultured Southerner unless you have visited at least these five museums.
Not everyone is a master baker, but there’s no need for your Passover party to suffer. There are plenty of bakeries in Atlanta that can serve up the sweet stuff for your fete.