Nestled against the busy BeltLine Eastside Trail, this sprawling restaurant and hangout spot effectively occupies Atlanta’s hipster epicenter. Its popularity is helped mightily by a high-concept design—expansive screened-in porch, forest mural, woodsy graphics, picnic-style tables—that helps you imagine you’re at a summer camp that serves cocktails but doesn’t make you hike.
Don’t miss The Chasing Summer, using locally sourced vodka, is like a less acidic fruit shrub
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The scene Millennials as far as the eye can see
684 John Wesley Dobbs Ave.