Not everyone wants to spend Super Bowl Sunday glued to the television, and kids may have an especially hard time maintaining their attention spans through the long game. Consider these alternative activities for the big day.
You might think of Southern food as all fried chicken and collard greens, but Atlanta is a diverse dining town. If you’re looking for Indian restaurants, there is no shortage of choices, and options are available at all price points, from quick and cheap to fine and fancy.
You may feel daunted by some of the bigger language institutions around Atlanta. If so, check out the places we have selected in order to find the right fit for you.
Sports bars are great for hot wings, draft beer and watching the game with fans. But they are awesome for their high-def, giant television screens.
San Francisco might be famous for its sourdough bread bowls with clam chowder, but Atlanta also has a few interesting takes on the classic bread bowl. Check out our favorites here.
Still looking for something new to try out in 2014? Check out Atlanta’s options for ceramics classes.
If you are trying to figure out how to spice up your weekly routine, why not try out a new bar? We’ve selected some of our favorites from the new crop this year.
Atlanta is known as a beer drinker’s town, but there are also several great places to indulge in hot chocolate. We’ve selected a few, ranging from traditional to exotic and spicy.
Whether you want the biggest fireworks blowout in the Southeast or you want a romantic dinner, we’ve selected some of the greatest spots for ringing in the new year in Atlanta.
The East Coast of the United States is the place to be if you love city living. Check out our favorite choices this year.