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Atlanta Midtown

Food scene

Great spot for pizza! Only a 7-min walk (.3 mile)!
Atwoods Pizza Cafe
817 West Peachtree St. NW
Great spot for pizza! Only a 7-min walk (.3 mile)!
Great spot for seafood! Only a 9-min walk (.4 mile)!
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The Steamhouse Lounge
1051 West Peachtree St NW
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Great spot for seafood! Only a 9-min walk (.4 mile)!
Great spot for New American food! Only a 3-min walk (.1 mile)!
Marlow's Tavern
410 Peachtree Pkwy
Great spot for New American food! Only a 3-min walk (.1 mile)!
Great spot for Sushi! Only a 13-min walk (.6 mile)!
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RA Sushi Bar Restaurant
1080 Peachtree Street Northwest
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Great spot for Sushi! Only a 13-min walk (.6 mile)!
Great spot for European foods! Only a 13-min walk (.6 mile)!
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Café Intermezzo - Midtown
1065 Peachtree Street Northwest
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Great spot for European foods! Only a 13-min walk (.6 mile)!
Large food court representing American & international specialties in a historic industrial space. Only a 10-min drive (3.6 miles)!
Chattahoochee Food Works
Large food court representing American & international specialties in a historic industrial space. Only a 10-min drive (3.6 miles)!
Mixed-use complex featuring professional offices, shops, services, restaurants & frequent events. Only a 5-min drive or 20-min walk (1.1 miles)!
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Colony Square
1197 Peachtree Street Northeast
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Mixed-use complex featuring professional offices, shops, services, restaurants & frequent events. Only a 5-min drive or 20-min walk (1.1 miles)!
Modern, intimate eatery featuring an Asian fusion menu, plus both classic & creative cocktails. Only a 6-min drive (1.2 miles)!
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Poor Calvin's
510 Piedmont Ave NE
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Modern, intimate eatery featuring an Asian fusion menu, plus both classic & creative cocktails. Only a 6-min drive (1.2 miles)!
Miniature golf course in Atlanta, Georgia. Get your game face ready, A-town! We're bringing good vibes only as you play our fun, tech-infused mini golf perfect for everyone from pairs to parties in unique event spaces. Come check us out in the bustling Interlock community.  All that winning (or losing) will work up an appetite too - our passionate chefs & bartenders will tantalize your taste buds with flavors from around the globe. So, get your game face ready for a perfect outing of friendly competition, drinks and dining. Only a 6-min drive (1.5 miles)!
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Puttshack Atlanta
1115 Howell Mill Road
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Miniature golf course in Atlanta, Georgia. Get your game face ready, A-town! We're bringing good vibes only as you play our fun, tech-infused mini golf perfect for everyone from pairs to parties in unique event spaces. Come check us out in the bustling Interlock community.  All that winning (or losing) will work up an appetite too - our passionate chefs & bartenders will tantalize your taste buds with flavors from around the globe. So, get your game face ready for a perfect outing of friendly competition, drinks and dining. Only a 6-min drive (1.5 miles)!

Grocery Store

Grocery Store. Only a 13-min walk (.6 mile)!
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Whole Foods Market
22 14th St NW
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Grocery Store. Only a 13-min walk (.6 mile)!
Grocery Store. Only a 4-min walk (.2 mile)!
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Publix Super Market at The Plaza Midtown
950 West Peachtree Street Northwest
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Grocery Store. Only a 4-min walk (.2 mile)!

Sightseeing

4-min drive (1.2 miles) to World of Coke, Centennial Olympic Park, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, State Farm Arena, GWCC & CNN Studios. Info: Centennial Olympic Park is a 22-acre (89,000 m2) public park located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, owned and operated by the Georgia World Congress Center Authority. It was built by the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games (ACOG) as part of the infrastructure improvements for the 1996 Summer Olympics. It plays host to millions of visitors a year and several events, including a summer popular music concert series (Wednesday WindDown) and an annual Independence Day concert and fireworks display.
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Centennial Olympic Park
265 Park Avenue West Northwest
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4-min drive (1.2 miles) to World of Coke, Centennial Olympic Park, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, State Farm Arena, GWCC & CNN Studios. Info: Centennial Olympic Park is a 22-acre (89,000 m2) public park located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, owned and operated by the Georgia World Congress Center Authority. It was built by the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games (ACOG) as part of the infrastructure improvements for the 1996 Summer Olympics. It plays host to millions of visitors a year and several events, including a summer popular music concert series (Wednesday WindDown) and an annual Independence Day concert and fireworks display.
4-min drive (.8 miles) to the Fox Theatre. Info: The Fox Theatre (often marketed as the Fabulous Fox), a former movie palace, is a performing arts venue located at 660 Peachtree Street NE in Midtown Atlanta, Georgia, and is the centerpiece of the Fox Theatre Historic District. The theater was originally planned as part of a large Shrine Temple as evidenced by its Moorish design. The 4,665-seat auditorium was ultimately developed as a lavish movie theater in the Fox Theatres chain and opened in 1929. It hosts a variety of cultural and artistic events including the Atlanta Ballet, a summer film series, and performances by national touring companies of Broadway shows. The venue also hosts occasional concerts by popular artists.
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Fox Theatre
660 Peachtree St NE
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4-min drive (.8 miles) to the Fox Theatre. Info: The Fox Theatre (often marketed as the Fabulous Fox), a former movie palace, is a performing arts venue located at 660 Peachtree Street NE in Midtown Atlanta, Georgia, and is the centerpiece of the Fox Theatre Historic District. The theater was originally planned as part of a large Shrine Temple as evidenced by its Moorish design. The 4,665-seat auditorium was ultimately developed as a lavish movie theater in the Fox Theatres chain and opened in 1929. It hosts a variety of cultural and artistic events including the Atlanta Ballet, a summer film series, and performances by national touring companies of Broadway shows. The venue also hosts occasional concerts by popular artists.
3-min drive (.9 miles) to Piedmont Park. Info: Piedmont Park is an urban park in Atlanta, Georgia, located about 1 mile (1.6 km) northeast of Downtown, between the Midtown and Virginia Highland neighborhoods. Originally the land was owned by Dr. Benjamin Walker, who used it as his out-of-town gentleman's farm and residence. He sold the land in 1887 to the Gentlemen's Driving Club (later renamed the Piedmont Driving Club), who wanted to establish an exclusive club and racing ground for horse enthusiasts. The Driving Club entered an agreement with the Piedmont Exposition Company, headed by prominent Atlantan Charles A. Collier, to use the land for fairs and expositions and later gave the park its name.
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Piedmont Park
400 Park Dr NE
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3-min drive (.9 miles) to Piedmont Park. Info: Piedmont Park is an urban park in Atlanta, Georgia, located about 1 mile (1.6 km) northeast of Downtown, between the Midtown and Virginia Highland neighborhoods. Originally the land was owned by Dr. Benjamin Walker, who used it as his out-of-town gentleman's farm and residence. He sold the land in 1887 to the Gentlemen's Driving Club (later renamed the Piedmont Driving Club), who wanted to establish an exclusive club and racing ground for horse enthusiasts. The Driving Club entered an agreement with the Piedmont Exposition Company, headed by prominent Atlantan Charles A. Collier, to use the land for fairs and expositions and later gave the park its name.
4-min drive (1.1 miles) to High Museum of Art. Info: The High Museum of Art (colloquially the High) is an art museum in Atlanta, Georgia in the Southeastern United States. Located on Peachtree Street in Midtown, the city's arts district, the High is a division of the Woodruff Arts Center.
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High Museum of Art
1280 Peachtree Street Northwest
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4-min drive (1.1 miles) to High Museum of Art. Info: The High Museum of Art (colloquially the High) is an art museum in Atlanta, Georgia in the Southeastern United States. Located on Peachtree Street in Midtown, the city's arts district, the High is a division of the Woodruff Arts Center.
4-min drive (1.3 miles) to Atlanta Station for shopping, restaurants, bowling or a movie. Info: Atlantic Station is a neighborhood on the northwestern edge of Midtown Atlanta, Georgia, United States comprising a retail district, office space, condominiums, townhomes and apartment buildings. First planned in the mid-1990s and officially opened in 2005, the neighborhood's 138 acres (558,000 m2) are located on the former brownfield site of the Atlantic Steel mill.
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Atlantic Station
1380 Atlantic Drive Northwest
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4-min drive (1.3 miles) to Atlanta Station for shopping, restaurants, bowling or a movie. Info: Atlantic Station is a neighborhood on the northwestern edge of Midtown Atlanta, Georgia, United States comprising a retail district, office space, condominiums, townhomes and apartment buildings. First planned in the mid-1990s and officially opened in 2005, the neighborhood's 138 acres (558,000 m2) are located on the former brownfield site of the Atlantic Steel mill.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Opened in August 2017 as a replacement for the Georgia Dome, it serves as the home stadium of the Atlanta Falcons National Football League (NFL) and Atlanta United FC of Major League Soccer (MLS).
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Mercedes-Benz Stadium
1 AMB Dr NW
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Mercedes-Benz Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Opened in August 2017 as a replacement for the Georgia Dome, it serves as the home stadium of the Atlanta Falcons National Football League (NFL) and Atlanta United FC of Major League Soccer (MLS).
The World of Coca-Cola is a museum, located in Atlanta, Georgia, showcasing the history of the Coca-Cola Company. The 20-acre (81,000 m2) complex opened to the public on May 24, 2007, relocating from and replacing the original exhibit, which was founded in 1990 in Underground Atlanta. There are various similar World of Coca-Cola stores in locations such as Las Vegas and Disney Springs.
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Coca-Cola Welt
121 Baker Street Northwest
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The World of Coca-Cola is a museum, located in Atlanta, Georgia, showcasing the history of the Coca-Cola Company. The 20-acre (81,000 m2) complex opened to the public on May 24, 2007, relocating from and replacing the original exhibit, which was founded in 1990 in Underground Atlanta. There are various similar World of Coca-Cola stores in locations such as Las Vegas and Disney Springs.
Georgia Aquarium is a public aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. It exhibits hundreds of species and thousands of animals across its seven major galleries, all of which reside in more than 11 million US gallons (42,000 m3) of water. It was the largest aquarium in the world from its opening in 2005 until 2012 when it was surpassed by the S.E.A. Aquarium in Singapore and the Chimelong Ocean Kingdom in China; the Georgia Aquarium remains the largest aquarium in the United States. The Aquarium's notable specimens include whale sharks, beluga whales, California sea lions, bottlenose dolphins, and manta rays. Its centerpiece is a 6.3 million US gallons (24,000 m3) whale shark exhibit.
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Georgia Aquarium
225 Baker Street Northwest
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Georgia Aquarium is a public aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. It exhibits hundreds of species and thousands of animals across its seven major galleries, all of which reside in more than 11 million US gallons (42,000 m3) of water. It was the largest aquarium in the world from its opening in 2005 until 2012 when it was surpassed by the S.E.A. Aquarium in Singapore and the Chimelong Ocean Kingdom in China; the Georgia Aquarium remains the largest aquarium in the United States. The Aquarium's notable specimens include whale sharks, beluga whales, California sea lions, bottlenose dolphins, and manta rays. Its centerpiece is a 6.3 million US gallons (24,000 m3) whale shark exhibit.
The College Football Hall of Fame is a hall of fame and interactive attraction devoted to college football. The National Football Foundation (NFF) founded the Hall in 1951 to immortalize the players and coaches of college football that were voted first team All-American by the media. In August 2014, the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame opened in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. The facility is a 94,256 square feet (8,756.7 m2) attraction located in the heart of Atlanta's sports, entertainment and tourism district, and is adjacent to the Georgia World Congress Center and Centennial Olympic Park.
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Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame
250 Marietta Street NorthWest
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The College Football Hall of Fame is a hall of fame and interactive attraction devoted to college football. The National Football Foundation (NFF) founded the Hall in 1951 to immortalize the players and coaches of college football that were voted first team All-American by the media. In August 2014, the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame opened in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. The facility is a 94,256 square feet (8,756.7 m2) attraction located in the heart of Atlanta's sports, entertainment and tourism district, and is adjacent to the Georgia World Congress Center and Centennial Olympic Park.
The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is a museum dedicated to the achievements of the civil rights movement in the United States and the broader worldwide human rights movement. Located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, the museum opened to the public on June 23, 2014.
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National Center for Civil and Human Rights
285 Andrew Young International Blvd NW
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The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is a museum dedicated to the achievements of the civil rights movement in the United States and the broader worldwide human rights movement. Located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, the museum opened to the public on June 23, 2014.
Zoo Atlanta (sometimes referred as Atlanta Zoo) is an Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) accredited zoological park in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Zoo Atlanta
800 Cherokee Avenue SE
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Zoo Atlanta (sometimes referred as Atlanta Zoo) is an Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) accredited zoological park in Atlanta, Georgia.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History, in Atlanta, Georgia, is a museum that presents exhibitions and programming about natural history. Fernbank Museum has a number of permanent exhibitions and regularly hosts temporary exhibitions in its expansive facility, designed by Graham Gund Architects. Giants of the Mesozoic, on display in the atrium of Fernbank Museum, features a 123-foot (37 m) long Argentinosaurus, the largest dinosaur ever classified; as well as a Giganotosaurus. The permanent exhibition, A Walk Through Time in Georgia, tells the twofold story of Georgia's natural history and the development of the planet. Fernbank Museum has won several national and international awards for one of its newest permanent exhibitions, Fernbank NatureQuest, an immersive, interactive exhibition for children that was designed and produced by Thinkwell Group. The awards NatureQuest has won include the 2012 Thea Award for Outstanding Achievement for a Museum Exhibit and the 2011 Bronze Award for Best Museum Environment from Event Design. The nearby Fernbank Science Center is a separate organization operated by the DeKalb County Board of Education and is not affiliated with Fernbank Museum of Natural History (Fernbank, Inc.).
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Fernbank Museum - WildWoods Exhibit
767 Clifton Rd
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Fernbank Museum of Natural History, in Atlanta, Georgia, is a museum that presents exhibitions and programming about natural history. Fernbank Museum has a number of permanent exhibitions and regularly hosts temporary exhibitions in its expansive facility, designed by Graham Gund Architects. Giants of the Mesozoic, on display in the atrium of Fernbank Museum, features a 123-foot (37 m) long Argentinosaurus, the largest dinosaur ever classified; as well as a Giganotosaurus. The permanent exhibition, A Walk Through Time in Georgia, tells the twofold story of Georgia's natural history and the development of the planet. Fernbank Museum has won several national and international awards for one of its newest permanent exhibitions, Fernbank NatureQuest, an immersive, interactive exhibition for children that was designed and produced by Thinkwell Group. The awards NatureQuest has won include the 2012 Thea Award for Outstanding Achievement for a Museum Exhibit and the 2011 Bronze Award for Best Museum Environment from Event Design. The nearby Fernbank Science Center is a separate organization operated by the DeKalb County Board of Education and is not affiliated with Fernbank Museum of Natural History (Fernbank, Inc.).
10-min drive (3.2 miles) to sprawling entertainment venue with a high-tech driving range & swanky lounge with drinks & games.
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Topgolf
1600 Ellsworth Industrial Boulevard Northwest
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10-min drive (3.2 miles) to sprawling entertainment venue with a high-tech driving range & swanky lounge with drinks & games.

Neighborhoods

Most of the downtown attractions are located around Centennial Olympic Park, a green space created for the 1996 Summer Olympics. Here, you’ll find the Rings fountains and statues to commemorate the event. Across the park is the World of Coca-Cola, part museum and part attraction devoted to the world’s most well-known brand that started as a pharmacy headache remedy. A visit to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights is an important one, as it educates about the civil rights movement as well as modern struggles for equal rights. Kids love the interactive exhibits at The Children's Museum of Atlanta and the Georgia Aquarium, one of the largest in the world. See the area from above aboard Skyview Atlanta, a Ferris wheel with glass pods that provide unobstructed skyline views.
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Centennial Olympic Park Drive Northwest
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Most of the downtown attractions are located around Centennial Olympic Park, a green space created for the 1996 Summer Olympics. Here, you’ll find the Rings fountains and statues to commemorate the event. Across the park is the World of Coca-Cola, part museum and part attraction devoted to the world’s most well-known brand that started as a pharmacy headache remedy. A visit to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights is an important one, as it educates about the civil rights movement as well as modern struggles for equal rights. Kids love the interactive exhibits at The Children's Museum of Atlanta and the Georgia Aquarium, one of the largest in the world. See the area from above aboard Skyview Atlanta, a Ferris wheel with glass pods that provide unobstructed skyline views.
The industrial warehouses of Castleberry Hill have now been converted into loft apartments and art gallery spaces. It’s one of the most sought-after neighborhoods for the Georgia film industry, playing host to projects like "Driving Miss Daisy," "The Hunger Games," and "The Walking Dead." There’s no missing the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, which replaced the Georgia Dome as the home of the Atlanta Falcons while also welcoming the Atlanta United soccer team. It features local restaurants as concessions and has a retractable roof. Explore the city’s food history with Atlanta Food Walks. It starts at Paschal's Restaurant, where civil rights leaders dined while planning protests, and ends at The Municipal Market, once a segregated market that is now home to some of the most popular eateries in the city.
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Castleberry Hill
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The industrial warehouses of Castleberry Hill have now been converted into loft apartments and art gallery spaces. It’s one of the most sought-after neighborhoods for the Georgia film industry, playing host to projects like "Driving Miss Daisy," "The Hunger Games," and "The Walking Dead." There’s no missing the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, which replaced the Georgia Dome as the home of the Atlanta Falcons while also welcoming the Atlanta United soccer team. It features local restaurants as concessions and has a retractable roof. Explore the city’s food history with Atlanta Food Walks. It starts at Paschal's Restaurant, where civil rights leaders dined while planning protests, and ends at The Municipal Market, once a segregated market that is now home to some of the most popular eateries in the city.
The oddly named Cabbagetown was actually built as a neighborhood for the people that worked at the nearby cotton mill. Today, it's home to beloved local festivals and neighborhoods. Historic Oakland Cemetery establishes one of the borders and is the final resting place of notable Atlantans like Margaret Mitchell and Bobby Jones. Neighboring Reynoldstown is gaining in popularity with even more restaurants. Old Fourth Ward is the city’s most up-and-coming area, home to Ponce City Market, the former Sears building that has become a mixed-use development with shops, a food hall, offices and apartments. There's also Krog Street Market and its surrounding restaurants, another development. Don’t miss a walk on the Atlanta BeltLine, a paved pathway on a former rail line.
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Ponce City Market North Northeast
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The oddly named Cabbagetown was actually built as a neighborhood for the people that worked at the nearby cotton mill. Today, it's home to beloved local festivals and neighborhoods. Historic Oakland Cemetery establishes one of the borders and is the final resting place of notable Atlantans like Margaret Mitchell and Bobby Jones. Neighboring Reynoldstown is gaining in popularity with even more restaurants. Old Fourth Ward is the city’s most up-and-coming area, home to Ponce City Market, the former Sears building that has become a mixed-use development with shops, a food hall, offices and apartments. There's also Krog Street Market and its surrounding restaurants, another development. Don’t miss a walk on the Atlanta BeltLine, a paved pathway on a former rail line.
East Lake and Kirkwood were early Atlanta suburbs that have stunning homes and local restaurants. Candler Park and its namesake green space have quirky shops and restaurants along its main street, like The Flying Biscuit Cafe and Dr. Bombay's Underwater Tea Party. Little Five Points is Atlanta's bohemian answer to places like Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco. Shop for unusual gifts at Junkman's Daughter, and choose from the extensive beer list and seasonal menu at The Porter Beer Bar. Learn about Georgia's most well-known politician at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum, which covers the life and work of President Jimmy Carter.
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Little Five Points
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East Lake and Kirkwood were early Atlanta suburbs that have stunning homes and local restaurants. Candler Park and its namesake green space have quirky shops and restaurants along its main street, like The Flying Biscuit Cafe and Dr. Bombay's Underwater Tea Party. Little Five Points is Atlanta's bohemian answer to places like Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco. Shop for unusual gifts at Junkman's Daughter, and choose from the extensive beer list and seasonal menu at The Porter Beer Bar. Learn about Georgia's most well-known politician at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum, which covers the life and work of President Jimmy Carter.
Formerly home to nightlife and art galleries, Buckhead has turned over a new leaf as a retail and restaurant area. But don’t miss the cultural offerings like the Atlanta History Center, which includes the iconic Swan House. The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia features the work of regional and international artists. Tour The Governor's Mansion, where the state’s leaders have lived since 1967. Brookhaven’s Oglethorpe University has a stunning campus and the Oglethorpe University Museum of Art.
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Buckhead
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Formerly home to nightlife and art galleries, Buckhead has turned over a new leaf as a retail and restaurant area. But don’t miss the cultural offerings like the Atlanta History Center, which includes the iconic Swan House. The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia features the work of regional and international artists. Tour The Governor's Mansion, where the state’s leaders have lived since 1967. Brookhaven’s Oglethorpe University has a stunning campus and the Oglethorpe University Museum of Art.
Some might say that the "westside is the best side." This area was mostly warehouses until recently and is now home to some of the city’s best restaurants, including Miller Union and Bacchanalia. A number of breweries have set up in these former industrial spaces, including Monday Night Brewing, Second Self and Atlanta Brewing Company. The Goat Farm is an arts hub with its own coffee shop that was even featured in "The Hunger Games." On the Georgia Tech campus, check out the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking at Georgia Tech, which contains rare manuscripts. Over at Atlantic Station, you can shop 'til you drop, but also see the changing exhibits at the Millennium Gate Museum.
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Atlantic Station
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Some might say that the "westside is the best side." This area was mostly warehouses until recently and is now home to some of the city’s best restaurants, including Miller Union and Bacchanalia. A number of breweries have set up in these former industrial spaces, including Monday Night Brewing, Second Self and Atlanta Brewing Company. The Goat Farm is an arts hub with its own coffee shop that was even featured in "The Hunger Games." On the Georgia Tech campus, check out the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking at Georgia Tech, which contains rare manuscripts. Over at Atlantic Station, you can shop 'til you drop, but also see the changing exhibits at the Millennium Gate Museum.

City/town information

Welcome to Atlanta – vibrant, cultural hub of the Southeastern USA While Atlanta is a popular, bustling city with glittering skylines, it is also a city in the forest, dotted with expansive green spaces and charming neighborhoods. Discover hidden gems around every corner, including diverse dining, top attractions, incredible arts and entertainment. This urban oasis is a multi-cultural haven that exudes Southern hospitality in its own style. Ever-expanding and always reinventing itself, Atlanta is among the most influential and most welcoming cities in the USA. Must-See Atlanta Attractions: The heart of the city is downtown, the perfect starting point for first-time visitors. Centennial Olympic Park is surrounded by Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, CNN’s global headquarters, Children’s Museum of Atlanta, Center for Civil and Human Rights and the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame, all within walking distance of each other. Beyond Centennial Olympic Park, discover other top attractions including the High Museum of Art, Zoo Atlanta and Atlanta Botanical Garden. Southern Cuisine Meets the World: Atlanta boasts everything from upscale gourmet cuisine to progressive variations of Southern staples, chef-driven restaurants and international fare. What makes Atlanta’s dining scene special is its variety. Atlanta restaurants are relaxed and welcome diners with open arms. You’ll find authentic ethnic restaurants too, especially on Buford Highway, just 20 minutes outside Downtown. Music, Film and Pop Culture: Get the inside scoop on the Atlanta film scene with Atlanta Movie Tours including Atlanta film sites featured in The Walking Dead, The Hunger Games and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. There are 10 unique movie experiences offered on nearly 80 guided tours a month. Swan House Capitol Tours at Atlanta History Center includes a guided tour through the Swan House showcasing rooms used during filming of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. For the music fans, Atlanta hosts more than 30 festivals annually, including AC3 Festival, Atlanta Jazz Festival, Imagine Music Festival, Music Midtown, Shaky Knees and SweetWater 420 Fest. The musical heritage of Atlanta includes many legends who made their careers in Georgia’s capital, including Otis Redding and Gladys Knight, along with more recent artists like Indigo Girls, CeeLo Green, OutKast and many popular hip-hop artists. Cultural Capital of the Southeast: Atlanta’s arts scene spreads well beyond the city’s world-class venues. A new wave of visual art installations and street murals has rolled in, adorning parks, walls, tunnels and walkways with color and jumpstarting Atlanta’s independent artist scene. The site of historic events including Civil War battles, the birth of the civil rights movement and the Centennial Olympic Games, Atlanta is rich with historical stories and figures. Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park gives insight into the first steps toward civil equality and includes King’s birth home. The city is also home to Jimmy Carter Presidential Museum and Library. The Local Scene: Atlanta isn’t just another big city; it’s an urban landscape made up of nearly 45 in-town neighborhoods. Midtown is known as Atlanta’s “heart of the arts” and sits along the famed Peachtree Street, just a few miles north of downtown. It boasts the largest concentration of arts facilities and organizations in the Southeast. You can also visit the “Beverly Hills of the East.” Buckhead is a shopping haven for fashionistas across the Southern USA. Find the latest styles from high-end designers at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta, Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza. Neighborhoods on Atlanta’s Eastside are connected by the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail, a multi-use trail and greenspace that runs nearly five kilometers from Piedmont Park to Reynoldstown.
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Atlanta
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Welcome to Atlanta – vibrant, cultural hub of the Southeastern USA While Atlanta is a popular, bustling city with glittering skylines, it is also a city in the forest, dotted with expansive green spaces and charming neighborhoods. Discover hidden gems around every corner, including diverse dining, top attractions, incredible arts and entertainment. This urban oasis is a multi-cultural haven that exudes Southern hospitality in its own style. Ever-expanding and always reinventing itself, Atlanta is among the most influential and most welcoming cities in the USA. Must-See Atlanta Attractions: The heart of the city is downtown, the perfect starting point for first-time visitors. Centennial Olympic Park is surrounded by Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, CNN’s global headquarters, Children’s Museum of Atlanta, Center for Civil and Human Rights and the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame, all within walking distance of each other. Beyond Centennial Olympic Park, discover other top attractions including the High Museum of Art, Zoo Atlanta and Atlanta Botanical Garden. Southern Cuisine Meets the World: Atlanta boasts everything from upscale gourmet cuisine to progressive variations of Southern staples, chef-driven restaurants and international fare. What makes Atlanta’s dining scene special is its variety. Atlanta restaurants are relaxed and welcome diners with open arms. You’ll find authentic ethnic restaurants too, especially on Buford Highway, just 20 minutes outside Downtown. Music, Film and Pop Culture: Get the inside scoop on the Atlanta film scene with Atlanta Movie Tours including Atlanta film sites featured in The Walking Dead, The Hunger Games and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. There are 10 unique movie experiences offered on nearly 80 guided tours a month. Swan House Capitol Tours at Atlanta History Center includes a guided tour through the Swan House showcasing rooms used during filming of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. For the music fans, Atlanta hosts more than 30 festivals annually, including AC3 Festival, Atlanta Jazz Festival, Imagine Music Festival, Music Midtown, Shaky Knees and SweetWater 420 Fest. The musical heritage of Atlanta includes many legends who made their careers in Georgia’s capital, including Otis Redding and Gladys Knight, along with more recent artists like Indigo Girls, CeeLo Green, OutKast and many popular hip-hop artists. Cultural Capital of the Southeast: Atlanta’s arts scene spreads well beyond the city’s world-class venues. A new wave of visual art installations and street murals has rolled in, adorning parks, walls, tunnels and walkways with color and jumpstarting Atlanta’s independent artist scene. The site of historic events including Civil War battles, the birth of the civil rights movement and the Centennial Olympic Games, Atlanta is rich with historical stories and figures. Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park gives insight into the first steps toward civil equality and includes King’s birth home. The city is also home to Jimmy Carter Presidential Museum and Library. The Local Scene: Atlanta isn’t just another big city; it’s an urban landscape made up of nearly 45 in-town neighborhoods. Midtown is known as Atlanta’s “heart of the arts” and sits along the famed Peachtree Street, just a few miles north of downtown. It boasts the largest concentration of arts facilities and organizations in the Southeast. You can also visit the “Beverly Hills of the East.” Buckhead is a shopping haven for fashionistas across the Southern USA. Find the latest styles from high-end designers at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta, Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza. Neighborhoods on Atlanta’s Eastside are connected by the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail, a multi-use trail and greenspace that runs nearly five kilometers from Piedmont Park to Reynoldstown.

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Restaurant: The Halal Guys 95 8th St NW #200, Atlanta, GA 30309