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.
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  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.
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  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.
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  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.
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  5. Zoo Atlanta

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