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Intown Atlanta Guidebook

Bars & Restaurants You Can Walk To (+ OK for Kids)
.15 mile walk. This Poncey-Highland restaurant, nouveau-rustic in design but completely modern in its culinary ambitions, builds upon owner Howard Hsu's food truck and the Sweet Auburn Curb Market food stall of the same name. The menu finds common ground between traditional Southern barbecue and Asian comfort food, and a full bar serves inventive housemade cocktails." - Zagat Atlanta
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Sweet Auburn BBQ
656 North Highland Avenue Northeast
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.15 mile walk. This Poncey-Highland restaurant, nouveau-rustic in design but completely modern in its culinary ambitions, builds upon owner Howard Hsu's food truck and the Sweet Auburn Curb Market food stall of the same name. The menu finds common ground between traditional Southern barbecue and Asian comfort food, and a full bar serves inventive housemade cocktails." - Zagat Atlanta
One of the few bars in town that earns the label “institution,” Manuel’s is beloved by longtime intowners, cops, reporters, and politicos. This is the kind of place where regulars are immortalized with brass nameplates—and where you’re as likely to walk in on a political strategy session as you are a softball team toasting its victory. Nothing better fortifies you for the long night ahead than the Manuel’s Burger, and don’t be surprised if CNN or the Braves game is drowned out by a roar of conversation." - Atlanta Magazine
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Manuel's Tavern
602 North Highland Avenue Northeast
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One of the few bars in town that earns the label “institution,” Manuel’s is beloved by longtime intowners, cops, reporters, and politicos. This is the kind of place where regulars are immortalized with brass nameplates—and where you’re as likely to walk in on a political strategy session as you are a softball team toasting its victory. Nothing better fortifies you for the long night ahead than the Manuel’s Burger, and don’t be surprised if CNN or the Braves game is drowned out by a roar of conversation." - Atlanta Magazine
When Riccardo Ullio opened Sotto Sotto in 1999, it redefined Italian cooking locally. Suddenly we knew that risotto could be cooked properly creamy yet al dente in a restaurant (it so rarely is) and that lasagna could be artfully subtle rather than a gut bomb. Salads with acidic pop and the enduring chocolate soup bookend meals, but the consistent, intense pastas reveal the kitchen’s true soul. In winter, standout warmers include fresh pappardelle with braised duck ragu and tortelli di mele—apple- and sausage-filled ravioli that Ullio served when he was chef at Pasta da Pulcinella in the mid-1990s. Sotto Sotto’s wine list always proves an education in Italian vino, and without fanfare, the bar concocts some of the most progressive cocktails in town. " - Atlanta Magazine
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Sotto Sotto
313 North Highland Avenue Northeast
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When Riccardo Ullio opened Sotto Sotto in 1999, it redefined Italian cooking locally. Suddenly we knew that risotto could be cooked properly creamy yet al dente in a restaurant (it so rarely is) and that lasagna could be artfully subtle rather than a gut bomb. Salads with acidic pop and the enduring chocolate soup bookend meals, but the consistent, intense pastas reveal the kitchen’s true soul. In winter, standout warmers include fresh pappardelle with braised duck ragu and tortelli di mele—apple- and sausage-filled ravioli that Ullio served when he was chef at Pasta da Pulcinella in the mid-1990s. Sotto Sotto’s wine list always proves an education in Italian vino, and without fanfare, the bar concocts some of the most progressive cocktails in town. " - Atlanta Magazine
Our favorite local bar. Voted "Best Sports Bar" in Atlanta. "The Albert is a comfortable neighborhood watering hole that serves consistently good bar food and drinks. It's also a great place to catch a sports game on TV or screen the latest episode of the "The Walking Dead."" - Creative Loafing
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The Albert
918 Austin Avenue Northeast
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Our favorite local bar. Voted "Best Sports Bar" in Atlanta. "The Albert is a comfortable neighborhood watering hole that serves consistently good bar food and drinks. It's also a great place to catch a sports game on TV or screen the latest episode of the "The Walking Dead."" - Creative Loafing
"Take a “step back in time” at this Poncey-Highland “landmark”, a 24/7 “old-time grill” serving “classic” diner fare since 1929; service is “quick” and “super-friendly” while prices are “fair”, and the “people-watching after midnight can’t be beat” – in sum, a “priceless experience.” - Zagat Atlanta
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Majestic Diner
1031 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast
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"Take a “step back in time” at this Poncey-Highland “landmark”, a 24/7 “old-time grill” serving “classic” diner fare since 1929; service is “quick” and “super-friendly” while prices are “fair”, and the “people-watching after midnight can’t be beat” – in sum, a “priceless experience.” - Zagat Atlanta
NEW as of Jan 2020. .25mi walk. Too new to review yet.
Southern Belle
1043 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast
NEW as of Jan 2020. .25mi walk. Too new to review yet.
"Victory burst onto the scene in 2011 as a scrappy little sandwich spot with excellent sliders, an instant-hit ping-pong table, and a wicked sense of humor. Then, there was the slushie machine. It didn’t take long before Ian Jones and Caleb Wheelus’s boozy, frozen whiskey and Coke exploded in popularity, becoming an iconic Atlanta drink (and making them Georgia’s top seller of Tennessee whiskey). The original location was razed in 2013 for a new development, but their Bernina Avenue digs (there’s also a Decatur outpost) boasts ample patio space, high-stakes table tennis, and grade-A people-watching, thanks to its perch near the BeltLine. 913 Bernina Avenue, 404-963-1742" - Atlanta Magazine
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Victory Sandwich Bar
913 Bernina Ave NE
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"Victory burst onto the scene in 2011 as a scrappy little sandwich spot with excellent sliders, an instant-hit ping-pong table, and a wicked sense of humor. Then, there was the slushie machine. It didn’t take long before Ian Jones and Caleb Wheelus’s boozy, frozen whiskey and Coke exploded in popularity, becoming an iconic Atlanta drink (and making them Georgia’s top seller of Tennessee whiskey). The original location was razed in 2013 for a new development, but their Bernina Avenue digs (there’s also a Decatur outpost) boasts ample patio space, high-stakes table tennis, and grade-A people-watching, thanks to its perch near the BeltLine. 913 Bernina Avenue, 404-963-1742" - Atlanta Magazine
"You can’t go wrong“ with the ”excellent true Neapolitan pizza“, ”extensive“, ”well-priced“ all-Italian wine list and salads that are ”worth the trip“ at this Inman Park ”gem“ from restaurateur Riccardo Ullio (Escorpion, Sotto Sotto); ”alfresco-ing“ on ”one of the best patios in the city“ makes for a ”perfect date or night out with friends."" - Zagat
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Fritti
309 North Highland Avenue Northeast
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"You can’t go wrong“ with the ”excellent true Neapolitan pizza“, ”extensive“, ”well-priced“ all-Italian wine list and salads that are ”worth the trip“ at this Inman Park ”gem“ from restaurateur Riccardo Ullio (Escorpion, Sotto Sotto); ”alfresco-ing“ on ”one of the best patios in the city“ makes for a ”perfect date or night out with friends."" - Zagat
Offering a “trip to a quieter time”, this “quaint” European-inspired cafe from Billy and Kristin Allin (Cakes & Ale) provides an all-day menu of “simple, elegant bistro fare” amid smart green tiles and marble-topped tables; suited to “a date or small group of friends”, the intimate space also features a “lovely set of patios.”" - Atlanta Magazine
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Bread & Butterfly
290 Elizabeth St NE
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Offering a “trip to a quieter time”, this “quaint” European-inspired cafe from Billy and Kristin Allin (Cakes & Ale) provides an all-day menu of “simple, elegant bistro fare” amid smart green tiles and marble-topped tables; suited to “a date or small group of friends”, the intimate space also features a “lovely set of patios.”" - Atlanta Magazine
Historic renovation and preservation project that's about a 15 min walk from the house (straight down Ponce or North Ave). Great shopping like J. Crew, Lululemon, Citizen Supply, Anthropologie and a dozen more. Fun restaurants in a Food Hall - for a complete list check out their website. https://poncecitymarket.com/
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Ponce City Market
675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE
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Historic renovation and preservation project that's about a 15 min walk from the house (straight down Ponce or North Ave). Great shopping like J. Crew, Lululemon, Citizen Supply, Anthropologie and a dozen more. Fun restaurants in a Food Hall - for a complete list check out their website. https://poncecitymarket.com/
New, casual Israeli spot. On the BeltLine, open for lunch and dinner.
Rina
699 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast
New, casual Israeli spot. On the BeltLine, open for lunch and dinner.
Coffee & Breakfast Spots
Best bakery in town and Counter Culture coffee. There are three locations, the Krog Street one is closest to the house (it's a 1.5mi walk) "The Little Tart Bakeshop bakes what I consider the best in town. It has a beautiful burnished hue, its dough is dense, and little puddles of sugary melted butter splash under tooth. Order it out loud if you dare." - Atlanta Magazine
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The Little Tart Bakeshop
99 Krog St NE
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Best bakery in town and Counter Culture coffee. There are three locations, the Krog Street one is closest to the house (it's a 1.5mi walk) "The Little Tart Bakeshop bakes what I consider the best in town. It has a beautiful burnished hue, its dough is dense, and little puddles of sugary melted butter splash under tooth. Order it out loud if you dare." - Atlanta Magazine
*Feb 2020 | Temporarily closed due to fire. Close coffee spot. 0.2mi walking. Good coffee, ok atmosphere.
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San Francisco Coffee Roasting Co - temporarily closed due to fire
676 North Highland Avenue Northeast
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*Feb 2020 | Temporarily closed due to fire. Close coffee spot. 0.2mi walking. Good coffee, ok atmosphere.
Very close cafe with Counter Culture coffee and decent avocado toast and other breakfast items.
The Poncey Highland
640 North Highland Avenue Northeast
Very close cafe with Counter Culture coffee and decent avocado toast and other breakfast items.
Shira Levetan and Steven Horwitz’s homage to kitchen kitsch (we love the Formica-topped tables and the vintage toaster collection) opened in 1994 and has become one of the city’s few stellar breakfast haunts. The chorizo-flecked Santa Fe scramble with a fluffy, lopsided biscuit is our standing order, though we’ll happily brave the crowds for the weekend-only gingerbread waffle served with lemon curd and the seasonal pumpkin pancakes. Insider tip: Levetan also bakes wedding cakes." - Atlanta Magazine
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Java Jive
790 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast
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Shira Levetan and Steven Horwitz’s homage to kitchen kitsch (we love the Formica-topped tables and the vintage toaster collection) opened in 1994 and has become one of the city’s few stellar breakfast haunts. The chorizo-flecked Santa Fe scramble with a fluffy, lopsided biscuit is our standing order, though we’ll happily brave the crowds for the weekend-only gingerbread waffle served with lemon curd and the seasonal pumpkin pancakes. Insider tip: Levetan also bakes wedding cakes." - Atlanta Magazine
Great healthy option for smoothies, salads and acai bowls. It's a chain, but it's good.
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Kale Me Crazy
300 North Highland Avenue Northeast
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Great healthy option for smoothies, salads and acai bowls. It's a chain, but it's good.
Bars (Not for Kids)
These are some bars that may or may not have food, but probably aren't great for kids.
Local favorite dive bar. Supposed to have good wings and other "greasy" bar food. Open late.
The Righteous Room
1051 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast
Local favorite dive bar. Supposed to have good wings and other "greasy" bar food. Open late.
Atlanta's Best Wings. "The Local’s menu consists almost entirely of wings, hot dogs and tacos. The wings take top billing, and rightfully so — they’re as good as advertised. The large, meaty wings are served the way they’re supposed to be: in a paper basket, swimming in sauce. Even plain, the smoked wings would have plenty of flavor and texture. The smoking process coaxes out the best aspects of chicken wings, making them tender where they should be, with plenty of crispy bits around the edges." - AJC
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The Local
758 Ponce De Leon Ave NE
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Atlanta's Best Wings. "The Local’s menu consists almost entirely of wings, hot dogs and tacos. The wings take top billing, and rightfully so — they’re as good as advertised. The large, meaty wings are served the way they’re supposed to be: in a paper basket, swimming in sauce. Even plain, the smoked wings would have plenty of flavor and texture. The smoking process coaxes out the best aspects of chicken wings, making them tender where they should be, with plenty of crispy bits around the edges." - AJC
On June 27, 1997, the Brick Store Pub in Decatur opened its doors for the first time. It was a cloudy, humid Friday evening, and founders Dave Blanchard, Mike Gallagher, and Tom Moore had no idea that the neighborhood pub they’d built would become known as one of the country’s best beer bars, with accolades from popular publications such as Beer Advocate and RateBeer. The three friends and business partners were early champions of a 2004 law that raised the alcohol limit for beer sold in the state. Their advocacy was slightly self-serving: The relaxed law ultimately allowed the team to open a Belgian Beer Bar on the Brick Store’s second floor and, eventually, a beer cellar that holds as many as 1,000 beers at any given time. They’ve also been a champion for local brewers—and often an inspiration and source of support for them. - Atlanta Magazine
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Brick Store Pub
125 East Court Square
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On June 27, 1997, the Brick Store Pub in Decatur opened its doors for the first time. It was a cloudy, humid Friday evening, and founders Dave Blanchard, Mike Gallagher, and Tom Moore had no idea that the neighborhood pub they’d built would become known as one of the country’s best beer bars, with accolades from popular publications such as Beer Advocate and RateBeer. The three friends and business partners were early champions of a 2004 law that raised the alcohol limit for beer sold in the state. Their advocacy was slightly self-serving: The relaxed law ultimately allowed the team to open a Belgian Beer Bar on the Brick Store’s second floor and, eventually, a beer cellar that holds as many as 1,000 beers at any given time. They’ve also been a champion for local brewers—and often an inspiration and source of support for them. - Atlanta Magazine
Shopping: Grocery, Personal Care, Etc..
Closest Grocery. .3mi walk
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Publix Super Market at Ponce
1001 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast
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Closest Grocery. .3mi walk
Closest store for shipping, printing, etc.
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FedEx Office Print & Ship Center
1047 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast
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Closest store for shipping, printing, etc.
Closest convenience store with a good selection of beer & wine.
Buddy's
1079 North Avenue Northeast
Closest convenience store with a good selection of beer & wine.
Amazing local hardware store with a wide variety of other things.
Intown Ace Hardware
854 North Highland Avenue Northeast
Amazing local hardware store with a wide variety of other things.
Hair salon. Must make an appointment.
Creature Studio
900 DeKalb Ave NE
Hair salon. Must make an appointment.
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Whole Foods Market
650 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast
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Hip barbershop on BeltLine. Ask for Johnny.
Freedom Barber Co.
Hip barbershop on BeltLine. Ask for Johnny.
Our favorite local wine shop.
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VinoTeca
299 North Highland Avenue Northeast
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Our favorite local wine shop.
Best local liquor store.
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Green's Beverages - Ponce De Leon
737 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast
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Best local liquor store.
Our favorite Pilates studio. Book online.
The Daily - Inman Park
900 DeKalb Avenue Northeast
Our favorite Pilates studio. Book online.
Kickboxing gym that's in walking distance.
VESTA Movement
774 Ponce De Leon Ave NE
Kickboxing gym that's in walking distance.
Neighborhoods
About a half-mile walk away. "Little Five Points is Atlanta’s undisputed cool neighborhood. Named after the site where the former Underground Atlanta shopping area once was, the stretch along Moreland Avenue NE is home to an independent radio station, vintage stores, vegan restaurants and a skate shop run by some pros, making it an offbeat haven. The area is also known for its high concentration of street art from local artists." - Washington Post
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Little Five Points
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About a half-mile walk away. "Little Five Points is Atlanta’s undisputed cool neighborhood. Named after the site where the former Underground Atlanta shopping area once was, the stretch along Moreland Avenue NE is home to an independent radio station, vintage stores, vegan restaurants and a skate shop run by some pros, making it an offbeat haven. The area is also known for its high concentration of street art from local artists." - Washington Post
"One of Atlanta’s most desirable neighborhoods in the late 19th century before falling into disrepair in the 1960s, the Old Fourth Ward is also where Martin Luther King, Jr., grew up (you can visit his boyhood home) and honed his preaching style, delivering sermons at Ebenezer Baptist Church. In recent years, the “O4W” has become a striking symbol of intelligent gentrification in the Georgia capital, a place where abandoned warehouses are being converted to lofts and small businesses are thriving–while the authentic flavor of this historic area remains preserved. Here are ten reasons to love this ever-evolving neighborhood." - National Geographic
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Old Fourth Ward
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"One of Atlanta’s most desirable neighborhoods in the late 19th century before falling into disrepair in the 1960s, the Old Fourth Ward is also where Martin Luther King, Jr., grew up (you can visit his boyhood home) and honed his preaching style, delivering sermons at Ebenezer Baptist Church. In recent years, the “O4W” has become a striking symbol of intelligent gentrification in the Georgia capital, a place where abandoned warehouses are being converted to lofts and small businesses are thriving–while the authentic flavor of this historic area remains preserved. Here are ten reasons to love this ever-evolving neighborhood." - National Geographic
Leafy streets, beautiful homes and a great selection of restaurants.
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Inman Park
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Leafy streets, beautiful homes and a great selection of restaurants.
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Cabbagetown
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Our house is located in Poncey–Highland, an intown neighborhood on the east side of Atlanta, Georgia, located south of Virginia–Highland. It is so named because it is near the intersection of east/west Ponce de Leon Avenue and north/southwest North Highland Avenue. This Atlanta neighborhood was established between 1905 and 1930, and is bordered by Druid Hills and Candler Park across Moreland Avenue to the east, the Old Fourth Ward across the BeltLine Eastside Trail to the west, Inman Park across the eastern branch of Freedom Parkway to the south, and Virginia Highland to the north across Ponce de Leon Avenue. The Little Five Points area sits on the border of Poncey–Highland, Inman Park, and Candler Park." - Wikipedia
Poncey-Highland
Our house is located in Poncey–Highland, an intown neighborhood on the east side of Atlanta, Georgia, located south of Virginia–Highland. It is so named because it is near the intersection of east/west Ponce de Leon Avenue and north/southwest North Highland Avenue. This Atlanta neighborhood was established between 1905 and 1930, and is bordered by Druid Hills and Candler Park across Moreland Avenue to the east, the Old Fourth Ward across the BeltLine Eastside Trail to the west, Inman Park across the eastern branch of Freedom Parkway to the south, and Virginia Highland to the north across Ponce de Leon Avenue. The Little Five Points area sits on the border of Poncey–Highland, Inman Park, and Candler Park." - Wikipedia
Restaurants Worth Driving To
Atlanta's #1 Restaurant. “Steven Satterfield’s menu shows off the best of the South’s okra, field peas, turnips and tomatoes in a style that would make Alice Waters weak in the knees. Perfect for a date night or lunch at the counter, where one can explore an innovative wine list with pours by the glass.” - New York Times
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Miller Union
999 Brady Avenue Northwest
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Atlanta's #1 Restaurant. “Steven Satterfield’s menu shows off the best of the South’s okra, field peas, turnips and tomatoes in a style that would make Alice Waters weak in the knees. Perfect for a date night or lunch at the counter, where one can explore an innovative wine list with pours by the glass.” - New York Times
You can walk - it's 1.5mi* "In this endearingly dark little room in the corner of Krog Street Market, Greg Best and Paul Calvert—two of the city’s most ingenious bartenders—mix and stir and shake and dazzle; their concise cocktail list is reason enough to endure the weekend wait. But even those drinks can’t upstage executive chef David Bies’s nostalgia-inducing menu—including the city’s best clam roll, best steak tartare, and best Cobb salad. That’s a lot of bests, and we have one more biggie: best brunch, at which you’ll find a similarly clever high-low mix. 99 Krog Street, 404-458-4534, ticonderogaclub.com" - Atlanta Magazine
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Ticonderoga Club
99 Krog St NE
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You can walk - it's 1.5mi* "In this endearingly dark little room in the corner of Krog Street Market, Greg Best and Paul Calvert—two of the city’s most ingenious bartenders—mix and stir and shake and dazzle; their concise cocktail list is reason enough to endure the weekend wait. But even those drinks can’t upstage executive chef David Bies’s nostalgia-inducing menu—including the city’s best clam roll, best steak tartare, and best Cobb salad. That’s a lot of bests, and we have one more biggie: best brunch, at which you’ll find a similarly clever high-low mix. 99 Krog Street, 404-458-4534, ticonderogaclub.com" - Atlanta Magazine
"Bruce Logue is a new breed of pasta royalty. Instead of confining himself to narrow traditions, he creates cult favorites: black spaghetti with red shrimp, hot Calabrian sausage, and scallions; 20-yolk tagliatelle with mushrooms and kale kimchi; and pan-fried white lasagna with creme fraiche and jalapeño pesto. BoccaLupo’s appetizers are creative and smart (think octopus and mortadella spiedino or wild calamari in brodetto), its scene intimate yet lively (tucked away in a calm corner of an otherwise oversaturated Inman Park), and its beverage program as accomplished as everything Logue sets his mind to. Head for the covered patio or the minuscule bar, both among the best spots in the city for conversation. 753 Edgewood Avenue, 404-577-2332" - Atlanta Magazine
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BoccaLupo
753 Edgewood Avenue Northeast
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"Bruce Logue is a new breed of pasta royalty. Instead of confining himself to narrow traditions, he creates cult favorites: black spaghetti with red shrimp, hot Calabrian sausage, and scallions; 20-yolk tagliatelle with mushrooms and kale kimchi; and pan-fried white lasagna with creme fraiche and jalapeño pesto. BoccaLupo’s appetizers are creative and smart (think octopus and mortadella spiedino or wild calamari in brodetto), its scene intimate yet lively (tucked away in a calm corner of an otherwise oversaturated Inman Park), and its beverage program as accomplished as everything Logue sets his mind to. Head for the covered patio or the minuscule bar, both among the best spots in the city for conversation. 753 Edgewood Avenue, 404-577-2332" - Atlanta Magazine
"Giovanni di Palma makes a damn good Neapolitan pie. Since he opened Antico in 2009, crowds have lined up for pizza with charred, swollen edges and superlative toppings like spicy salsiccia sausage and puffy bufala. A Frank Sinatra soundtrack plays at an ear-splitting decibel, so it’s best to just shut up and eat. 1093 Hemphill Avenue, 404-724-2333"
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Antico
1093 Hemphill Avenue
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"Giovanni di Palma makes a damn good Neapolitan pie. Since he opened Antico in 2009, crowds have lined up for pizza with charred, swollen edges and superlative toppings like spicy salsiccia sausage and puffy bufala. A Frank Sinatra soundtrack plays at an ear-splitting decibel, so it’s best to just shut up and eat. 1093 Hemphill Avenue, 404-724-2333"
"If you’re beach-starved and want somewhere that will make the city feel a little less landlocked, Watchman’s in Krog Street Market is the place. The entrees on their seafood-heavy menu can get pricey, so stick with the small plates like grouper tartare and a shrimp roll, and definitely get the hush puppies. Bring a group to test out their impressive oyster selection, and make sure to get a spritz or daiquiri, too." - Infatuation
Watchman's
99 Krog St NE
"If you’re beach-starved and want somewhere that will make the city feel a little less landlocked, Watchman’s in Krog Street Market is the place. The entrees on their seafood-heavy menu can get pricey, so stick with the small plates like grouper tartare and a shrimp roll, and definitely get the hush puppies. Bring a group to test out their impressive oyster selection, and make sure to get a spritz or daiquiri, too." - Infatuation
"The handmade pasta's front-and-center on the menu of this Old Fourth Ward Italian, which draws on classic preparations and local, seasonal ingredients. Set in a cozy renovated home, the space features a moody bar and an outdoor patio with string lights." - Zagat
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a mano
587 Ralph McGill Blvd NE
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"The handmade pasta's front-and-center on the menu of this Old Fourth Ward Italian, which draws on classic preparations and local, seasonal ingredients. Set in a cozy renovated home, the space features a moody bar and an outdoor patio with string lights." - Zagat
*Must Go* Best local Mexican.
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El Tesoro
1374 Arkwright Pl SE
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*Must Go* Best local Mexican.
One of our favorites. BYOB. DISH DIVE located in Kirkwood, "is a real gem" and serves "food that is as inventive as it is affordable." "DISH DIVE is the kind of restaurant that Atlanta has long needed." -John Kessler Zagat's 10 Most Important Restaurants to Open in Atlanta 2015 Creative Loafing's Best of Atlanta- Best Breath of Fresh Air 2015/ Critic Pick Atlanta Magazine's Best of Atlanta 2015- Best BYOB Creative Loafing's Best of Atlanta 2016- Best Under The Radar Restaurant/ Reader Pick
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Dish Dive
2233 College Avenue Northeast
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One of our favorites. BYOB. DISH DIVE located in Kirkwood, "is a real gem" and serves "food that is as inventive as it is affordable." "DISH DIVE is the kind of restaurant that Atlanta has long needed." -John Kessler Zagat's 10 Most Important Restaurants to Open in Atlanta 2015 Creative Loafing's Best of Atlanta- Best Breath of Fresh Air 2015/ Critic Pick Atlanta Magazine's Best of Atlanta 2015- Best BYOB Creative Loafing's Best of Atlanta 2016- Best Under The Radar Restaurant/ Reader Pick
Sightseeing
Stone Mountain Park features 15 miles of hiking and walking trails, including the 1 mile trail to the top of the mountain.
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Stone Mountain
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Stone Mountain Park features 15 miles of hiking and walking trails, including the 1 mile trail to the top of the mountain.
The Carter Center is a nongovernmental, not-for-profit organization founded in 1982 by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter. He and his wife Rosalynn Carter partnered with Emory University.
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The Carter Center
453 Freedom Parkway Northeast
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The Carter Center is a nongovernmental, not-for-profit organization founded in 1982 by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter. He and his wife Rosalynn Carter partnered with Emory University.
The Center's exhibits tell stories in ways that promote empathy and understanding. This fledgling cultural institution has already SUCCEEDED IN EXPANDING ATLANTA'S ETHICAL FOOTPRINT."
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National Center for Civil and Human Rights
285 Andrew Young International Blvd NW
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The Center's exhibits tell stories in ways that promote empathy and understanding. This fledgling cultural institution has already SUCCEEDED IN EXPANDING ATLANTA'S ETHICAL FOOTPRINT."
“This isn’t your typical museum.” That’s Trap Music Museum general manager Krystal Garner, telling Curbed Atlanta about one of the Westside’s hottest new attractions. And she’s right; the Trap Music Museum, located on English Avenue’s Travis Street, in “the Bluff,” doesn’t welcome patrons with pamphlets or maps. There are no prehistoric curators droning on about days past.
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Trap Music Museum
630 Travis St NW
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“This isn’t your typical museum.” That’s Trap Music Museum general manager Krystal Garner, telling Curbed Atlanta about one of the Westside’s hottest new attractions. And she’s right; the Trap Music Museum, located on English Avenue’s Travis Street, in “the Bluff,” doesn’t welcome patrons with pamphlets or maps. There are no prehistoric curators droning on about days past.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History, in Atlanta, 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.
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Fernbank Science Center
156 Heaton Park Drive
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Fernbank Museum of Natural History, in Atlanta, 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.