Arts & Entertainment
Fortunately for Johns Creek’s four-legged residents, there’s the Newtown Dream Dog Park, opened in 2011 after a local won the first Beneful Dream Dog Park contest.
Oakland was a nineteenth-century hot spot; couples cruised the grounds in spiffy carriages and families picnicked near their forebears’ final resting places.
The Plaza’s fortunes have risen and fallen over the decades, and this year marked another rebirth for the 1939 movie house.
While many still think of the contemporary art gallery as a place to view new work and sip free wine, Poem 88 has moved beyond such a limited interpretation to embrace a variety of creatively augmented events.
Michael Gidewon, the man behind Vision, opened up Reign and Vanquish, side by side. The Peachtree complex has marble floors, strobe lights, and VIP areas everywhere.
At Little Five’s Star Community Bar, some of Atlanta’s best comics use the open mic to hone their chops.
Executive and artistic director Brian Clowdus deftly taps the theater’s bucolic Chattahoochee Hills landscape to dreamy effect.
There is nothing quiet about this genre-defying blockbuster, the sister restaurant of Twist.
Most customers come here to slurp a dozen raw oysters, sourced from the Gulf and both coasts, and follow with a thick grilled cheese sandwich in a dozen variations.
Wednesday-night Church Organ Karaoke is your chance to partake in some not-so-sacramental wine (or beer or booze) and sing as loudly as you want.
This futuristic sports bar has more than seventy flat-screen TVs throughout three levels of a gorgeous building within walking distance of the Dome and Phillips Arena.
Doug Turbush, along with chef de cuisine Brendan Keenan and manager/sommelier Jason Raymond, has done it again with this sophisticated wine bar.
The verdant vista from atop Stone Mountain (just a 1.3-mile climb) enables hikers to forget the crazy traffic bustling under the treetops.
This local brewery has single-handedly put the Southeast on the map for beer lovers.
A restaurant by day and a nightclub after—you guessed it—ten. Ten offers everything from poker on Monday to a DJ on the weekend, Falcons tailgating, and a patio-packing Sunday cocktail social.
Westside’s King Plow complex once housed a foundry and shipped farm implements all over the United States and Latin America.