Swapna Indian Cuisine
Come for the lunch buffet. They're curries are out of this world delicious and best served with the more exotic offerings of goat or lamb.
The lunch buffet at Swapna Indian Cuisine attracts people from far and wide, each one wanting to get a taste of the delicious Indian delicacies. Dinner, too, is a popular affair, and deservedly so; the North and South Indian preparations are scrumptious, each one packed with flavor. Appetizers like vegetable samosas and spinach pakoras are a great way to start a meal that comprises lamb curry, tandoori prawns, egg biryani and more. Traditional Indian desserts like ras malai and gulab jamun end the meal on a sweet note.
Address:2655 Cobb Parkway, Atlanta, 30339
phone:+1 770 956 7589
Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery
Live music, cold beer and some classic bar food make Tilted Kilt one of the best local haunts in Atlanta.
Located in the Vinings neighborhood, this local bar offers live music alongside huge mugs of frosty cold beer. With a long-standing focus on fun, Tilted Kilt is an informal place to grab a few beers with friends at the end of the day. American bar grub is offered in the evening, ranging from nachos to chicken quesadillas and mozzarella sticks. Local sports fans flock to this bar regularly for sports broadcasts on one of several TVs in the interior.
Address:2960 Cobb Parkway, Stonewall, Atlanta, 30339
phone:+1 678 741 5292
Ghost Tours of Marietta
Get a whole new perspective of this historical city by partaking in a thrilling walking tour that recounts Marietta's ghostly legends.
See Marietta's historic downtown square in a whole new way while touring it by lantern-light. Led by a guide who knows the city's history and lore, stroll through the dark streets for a 90-minute walking tour of Marietta's ghosts, legends and macabre history. Stories include the phantom firefighters at MacCracken's pub and a spectral Civil War surgeon at the Kennesaw House. Peer through the windows of a quaint shop and try to catch a glimpse of the General, the bearded Civil War soldier who likes to greet visitors personally. The tour is less than one mile in length, but visitors will experience 150 years of Marietta's history and a host of its not-so-deceased residents.
Address:131 Church Street, Marietta, 30060
phone:+1 770 425 1006
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See the contemporary works of art at DK Gallery. Alberto Mier's charcoal pieces are hauntingly beautiful and a sight to behold.
This trendy gallery features the work of over 35 different artists, both new and established. Contemporary art fills the gallery, ranging in mediums from paints to sculpture. The gallery presents themed art shows monthly, allowing the artists to explore new subject matter and technique.
Address:25 West Park Square, Marietta, 30060
phone:+1 770 427 5377
Attic bar specializes in hand-crafted beer, cocktails and live music.
Attic Bar is a bar located on top level of the Old Vining Restaurant. This lovely bar offers up stellar views of the surrounding area and boasts a lovely selection of craft cocktails and draft beers.
Address:3011 Paces Mill Road SE, Atlanta, 30339
phone:+770 438 2282
Muss & Turner's
Come enjoy some contemporary American cuisine.
Muss and Turner began their friendship in the late 90's working for the prestigious Fifth Group Restaurants in Atlanta. Each an executive chef with established Atlanta restaurants, they began to develop an idea of creating a restaurant together. Out of this idea Muss and Turner's was born.
Address:1675 Cobb Parkway SE, Suite 309, Smyrna, 30080
This eatery brings real Mediterranean flavors to Buckhead with its Greek and Turkish dishes like the tender lamb or chicken Adana kebab.
If the lines out the door are anything to go by, Café Agora is undoubtedly one of Atlanta's more popular restaurants. The ocean-inspired decor features white walls decorated with Mediterranean frescoes and famous landmarks, cozy sofas upholstered in cerulean blue, and a vibrant outdoor patio. Share plates of dolma, which are delicate vine leaves stuffed with rice, pine nuts, parsley and mint, and fragrant plates of tabouli. For something more substantial, the kofte kebab and chicken gyro are excellent options. Save room for dessert as this is one of the few places you'll find Lady Fingers or the traditional Turkish rice pudding in the area.
Address:318 East Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta, 30305
phone:+1 404 949 0900
Biplane Rides Over Atlanta
Experience Atlanta from a birds-eye view as you take off on the ride of your life in a retro aircraft over the city skyline.
Feel the thrill of flying over Atlanta in a 1940s military aircraft with expert guides to show you the best landmarks of the city from a new perspective. The excursions range from 20 minutes to an hour, and itineraries include flights over Stone Mountain, Lake Lanier, and downtown Atlanta. The romantic sunset flight is ideal for couples, while the T-6 missions let you take control and relish the rush of flying your own war plane; it's a real adrenaline boost.
Address:2000 Airport Road, Atlanta, 30341
phone:+1 770 457 5757
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Take a tour through the culinary world of South America with the healthy cuisine at all-natural Fuego Mundo.
Specializing in all manner of healthy cuisines from South America, Fuego Mundo is an exciting dining option in Atlanta offering a tasty variation on eclectic regional dishes. Grass fed beef joins vegan and even kosher options on a menu that stretches from Columbia to Brazil and keeps on moving. Fuego Mondo is perhaps most famous for the untreated Georgia Oak chips that fuel their grill, imbuing each flame grilled dish with rich smokey flavors. For a strange treat, swing by Fuego Mundo on Wednesdays when their Latin sushi menu is available to adventurous guests.
Address:5590 Roswell Road, The Prado Shopping Center #120, Atlanta, 30342
phone:+1 404 256 4330
This hidden local gem offers great drink specials throughout the week. Events such as corn-hole tournaments also take place here!
McCray's is a friendly and lively tavern in Smyrna. Th e tavern features 45 beers on tap to go with the menu of pub grub like burgers and quesadillas. McCray's is an excellentdestination for tasty food, cold brews and good times.
Address:4500 West Village Place, Smyrna, 30080
phone:+1 678 370 9112
Every piece displayed at this boutique is locally designed and handmade. The pieces are beautiful and you cannot find them anywhere else!
Epitomizing the harmonious nature of a beehive, this Atlanta boutique of the same name, works for the greater glory of the community. It promotes local enterprise by showcasing collections of clothing, jewelry, accessories and living space solutions created by independent designers and artisans. The shop encourages entrepreneurship and offers sewing, knitting and jewelry making courses. Step in and enjoy a great shopping experience, keeping the bigger picture in mind.
Address:1250 Caroline Street Northeast, Suite C120, Atlanta, 30307
phone:+1 404 581 9261
Zucca Bar & Pizzeria
Among their specialty pizzas, savor the award-winning Victory Pie or the Ultimate Pie with pepperoni, meatballs, bacon and more.
Zucca Bar & Pizzeria is one of the best pizzerias in Smyrna, serving up authentic Italian pizzas, homemade with a secret family recipe. Friends and entrepreneurs, Tim Langell, Joe Romano and John Gibney take their pizza seriously. Select from the 42nd Street Pie with sun dried tomatoes and pesto, the Clam and Garlic in red or white sauce, the chicken Parmesan Pizza or The Jonquil. Their menu also features a range of pastas, sandwiches, calzones and strombolis. Enjoy the Italian experience with their signature cocktails and beverages from the bar.
Address:2860 Atlanta Road Southeast, Smyrna, 30080
phone:+1 770 803 9990
Sample delicious cuisine at this new American restaurant.
Canoe is a beautiful spot with great food located in Atlanta's historic Vinings area on the Chattahoochee River where Buckhead meets Vining's. Canoe is a special spot for weddings, receptions and private celebrations.
Address:4199 Paces Ferry Rd SE, Atlanta, 30339
Civil Human & Rights
Intent on sparking the conversation on global human rights, this center is a powerful and poignant Atlanta attraction.
The Center for Civil and Human Rights focuses on the historic American Civil Rights movement as well as the ongoing Global Human Rights Movements. This thought-provoking museum has a futuristic building design, which brings to mind two hands joining together. Explore the 43,000-square-foot museum and discover exhibits that retrace the footsteps of the American Civil Rights. Get to know Martin Luther King, Jr better by viewing his personal items in a rotating exhibition. Walk through the gallery that deals with ongoing Human Rights and see how the museum tries to give a voice to those who often go unnoticed.
Address:100 Ivan Allen Junior Boulevard, Atlanta, 30313
phone:+1 678 999 8990
Petal Pusher Florist
Come for a custom designed flower arrangement, handmade just for you.
This charming flower shop has everything you need to brighten someone's day - even your own! Whether its for a special occasion like an anniversary or birthday or just because, A Petal Pusher Florist will create a gorgeous and unique flower arrangement for you. From fragrant Peruvian lilies, to bright yellow sunflowers, and of course, deep red roses, this florist will deliver a one-of-a-kind arrangement that's sure to put a smile on your face.
Address:2213 Northbrook Ridge Northwest, Kennesaw, 30152
phone:+1 770 432 0015
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