Best of Atlanta 2011 - Guides - Atlanta Magazine

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  1. Atlanta Bocce League

    Piedmont Avenue at 10th Street* Atlanta, GA 30309 See Map
    This league’s 1,000 players (on 125 teams) drop only $45 each for a season of socializing. The league also rotates through several city bars.
  2. Grant Park Farmers Market

    800 Cherokee Ave. (near the Milledge fountain and the intersection of Cherokee and Milledge avenues) Atlanta, GA 30312 See Map
    9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Sundays. The Grant Park community, along with nonprofit Community Farmers Markets, launched its own weekly event featuring produce and locally made artisan foods.
  3. Living Walls: The City Speaks

    Boulevard at Memorial Drive* Atlanta, GA 30312 See Map
    Monica Campana presided over this city-as-gallery concept, bringing artists from around the world to create their art throughout Atlanta.
  4. The Little Tart Bakeshop + Octane

    437 Memorial Drive Atlanta, GA 30312 See Map
    At this always-packed hangout in Grant Park’s Jane building, baking whiz Sarah O’Brien displays the Little Tart’s ethereal pastries next to Octane’s gleaming coffee bar.
  5. Zoo Atlanta

    800 Cherokee Avenue Atlanta, GA 30308 See Map
    Grant Park's star zoo got some adorable babies in 2011.