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  1. Atlanta Botanical Garden

    1345 Piedmont Avenue Atlanta, GA 30309 See Map
    This urban arcadia has augmented its plant collections with the gorgeous Kendeda Canopy Walk, an edible garden, and outdoor kitchen.
  2. Blind Willie's

    828 North Highland Avenue Atlanta, GA 30306 See Map
    The legendary blues club has hosted the likes of Francine Reed, Billy Wright, Grady "Fats" Jackson, and Lazy Lester.
  3. Center for Puppetry Arts

    1404 Spring Street Atlanta, GA 30309 See Map
    The internationally renowned Center for Puppetry Arts stages magical shows for all ages, from adults-only experimental shows to family favorites.
  4. Clermont Lounge

    789 Ponce de Leon Avenue Atlanta, GA 30306 See Map
    The real strength of Atlanta’s oldest strip club is that it rejects all attempts to co-opt the hipster scene.
  5. Eddie's Attic

    515 North McDonough Street Unit B Decatur, GA 30030 See Map
    A “listening room” that’s launched a thousand singer-songwriters from a small upper nook in Decatur, including John Mayer, Sugarland, and the Civil Wars.