Grain Spirits + Food
Bartender Kevin Bragg handcrafts unique cocktails like the Elroy, chilled to a perfect -321 degrees with liquid nitrogen at this chic bar.
Contemporary décor meets organic aesthetics at this sophisticated resto-bar with a great vibe and upscale ambiance. Floor-to-ceiling windows add a sense of spaciousness to the intimate venue, while the long bar and high wooden tables are perfect to mingle with fellow patrons over drinks and gourmet eats. Their exceptional beverage menu offers a variety of creative libations like craft cocktails, and local beers. Opt for a signature blend like their Oyster Shooter (kumamoto gin, wasabi, and squid ink) or a Wild Heaven pale ale to pair with eats like nitro salted caramel popcorn, and fried cheese. If you love oysters, head here during happy hour for great deals.
Address:856 West Peachtree Street Northwest, Atlanta, 30308
phone:+1 404 881 5377
Two Urban Licks
Their wood-fired specialties are best enjoyed with wine from their cutting-edge barrel system as well as the live and soulful blues tunes.
Two Urban Licks is a trendy addition to Atlanta’s dining scene. Specializing in wood-fired American fare, chef Todd Stein’s menu features barbecued meats and tandoori-roasted seafood. Their signature dishes include salmon chips, lamb lollipops, shaved calamari, beef short rib and smoked chicken. Dine alfresco in their lovely courtyard that overlooks picturesque downtown, or indoors at this refurbished warehouse that dons lanterns and Todd Murphy artwork. Compliment your experience with wine poured out of their one-of-a-kind barrel program and live blues performances.
Address:820 Ralph McGill Boulevard, Atlanta, 30306
phone:+1 404 522 4622
Paris on Ponce
Spend an afternoon browsing the antique treasures at Paris on Ponce for everything from hats to furniture.
Plan plenty of time for browsing at Paris on Ponce. A trip to the sprawling shop in Atlanta's Midtown neighborhood is part antique shopping and part treasure hunt. Browse through three buildings packed with a wide array of merchandise. Beautifully maintained antique furniture is on display right next to more eclectic pieces, which can range anywhere from art to festive hats. There are also specials on new designer furniture. Anyone who simply needs a prop for a show or photo shoot can inquire about renting pieces. In addition to the store, Paris on Ponce also houses Le Maison Rouge, a live entertainment venue. Le Maison Rouge can be rented for private events in addition to the regular shows offered there.
Address:716 Ponce de Leon Place NorthEast, Atlanta, 30306
phone:+1 404 249 9965
The Atlanta Beltline offers a unique way to learn about the cities cultural and architectural history.
The Atlanta Beltline has a lot to offer for everyone. If you are into the art's or just looking for a interesting running path, this hidden gem has some of Atlanta's best restaurants tucked off into historic Old Fourth Ward Park.
Address:240 N. Highland Ave. in Inman Park., Atlanta, 30307
phone:+(404) 477 3003
Ponce City Market
Ponce City Market reopened inside the renovated Sears, Roebuck & Company building, offering food and entertainment.
Ponce City Market is one of the gathering hubs of Atlanta. It first was constructed in 1926 and reopened in 2014. At the heart of Ponce City Market is the marketplace itself, a space to gather, eat and shop. In the Central Food Hall, artisan chefs and local purveyors ﬁll an authentic market with the design, food, and ﬂavors of Atlanta.
Address:675 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, 30308
phone:+404 900 7900
Give someone a special gift from Eco Denizen that will truly impress.
Eco Denizen is the premiere shopping destination for gifts. They specialize in unique eco-friendly products such as lamps, drinks dispensers, and specialty chocolates.
Address:999 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, 30309
phone:+1 678 705 9880
Elliott Street Deli & Pub
This tiny hole-in-the-wall establishment serves up frosty drinks and slings well-crafted sandwiches. Live bands are a frequent occurrence.
This fantastic dive bar has a loyal following. Situated between downtown and Castleberry Hill, Elliott Street Pub features friendly bartenders, live music on most nights, and a killer deli that whips up some of the area's best sandwiches. It's a small space with limited seating, so come prepared to make some new friends. All in all it's a good stop for a fun night out.
Address:51 Elliott Street Southwest, Atlanta, 30313
phone:+1 404 523 2174
West Egg Cafe
Start your day whenever you like at West Egg Cafe, the premiere spot for breakfast food and endless coffee all day and night long.
Would you like to start your day with hot waffles sprinkled with spiced honey butter, a strong cup of coffee, and some muffins? If so, this is definitely the place for you. The West Egg Cafe coffeehouse and sandwich shop is a favorite among locals. Known for its delicious breakfast and brunch, it also offers a wide variety of wholesome lunch and dinner options. Sandwiches, salads, soups, brownies, cupcakes and more; it doesn't get any better if you're looking for filling and affordable food. Do not leave without trying their famous Coca-cola cake. The cafe also has a relaxed lounge area with wireless Internet access.
Address:1100 Howell Mill Road, White Provision Residences Building, Atlanta, 30318
phone:+1 404 872 3973
Cypress Pint & Plate
You'll feel at home when you walk into this intimate bar that features Southern-inspired delights and amazing cocktails.
Located in the heart of Midtown, Cypress Pint & Plate truly embraces the neighborhood by providing food and drinks from local vendors as well as weekly events for patrons. My favorite drink is the ginger lemonade which features citrus vodka, fresh squeezed lemon juice, fresh mint, agave nectar, and a ginger rim. If you're hungry, pair this with their trio meatball sliders.
Address:817 W Peachtree St NW, Atlanta, 30093
phone:+404 815 9243
Centennial Olympic Park
Playing host to millions of visitors every year, the park is a popular concert destination. Don't miss the interactive Fountain of Rings.
This park, created for the 1996 Olympic Games held in Atlanta, has 21 acres of green space, rock gardens and artwork. The nearly 500,000 commemorative bricks that make up its main walkway were part of fund raising efforts for the Games. During scorching Atlanta summers, children frolic in the ground-level Olympic Rings, which periodically shoot streaming arcs of water in time to the seven light and music concerts put on throughout the day. Flags honoring the nations that have played host to the Olympics in the past surround the fountain.
Address:265 Park Avenue West Northwest, Atlanta, 30313
phone:+1 404 222 7275
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Discover an array of rare Indonesian art and furniture, unique handmade home decor and other treasures from cultures across the globe.
If Indiana Jones ever went to Indonesia, the stuff you find here is what he would bring back. This quiet Midtown boutique boasts two big rooms crowded with rare finds and one-of-a-kind pieces from distant corners of the world. Choose from a fantastic selection of wicker and wooden cabinets, chairs, art pieces, drums and various other artifacts. Even if you're not in the mood to buy, the unique picks at this cool shop will make your visit feel like a trip to a mystical museum with rare gems from ancient lands.
Address:549-4 Amsterdam Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, 30306
phone:+1 404 885 1818
Antico Pizza Napoletana
Authentic Neapolitan pies is cooked in wood-fired stone ovens from Naples, using fresh ingredients flown in from Italy weekly at Antico.
Hailed as some of the best pizza in Atlanta time and time again, Antico Pizza is obsessive about its Neapolitan heritage, creating classic thin crust pies that continue to outshine its competition. Owned and operated by Giovanni Di Palma, Antico's head pizzaiolo, the restaurant specifically sources ingredients from Italy, including a weekly shipment of fresh mozzarella from Naples with almost every ingredient from the Southern region of Campania. Even the stone ovens in which the pizza is cooked over an ultra-hot wood-fired flame were imported from the birthplace of Neapolitan pizza. If you're dining in at one of the communal tables, don't forget to try out the desserts like a house made cannoli alongside an espresso shot.
Address:1093 Hemphill Avenue Northwest, Atlanta, 30318
phone:+1 404 724 2333
Upscale diner eats have never tasted so good. Pair an Intelligentsia coffee with a favorite weekend special, the stuffed french toast.
If you've got a late-night craving for breakfast, Hi-Five Diner is the place to go. This retro restaurant features 50s diner decor and a heart-stopping menu of breakfast favorites, plus some lunch and dinnertime dishes. The poutine, strawberry pancakes, and fried green tomato panini are all winners. Pair your meal with one of their breakfast cocktails like the Hi-Five Bloody Mary any time of day.
Address:903 Peachtree Street Northeast, Atlanta, 30309
phone:+1 404 347 3335