Arts & Events
Gold closed her gallery in 2009 but returned this summer with a new space in the Westside Cultural Arts Center, the exterior of which showcases a commissioned mural by HENSE and the 3,000-square-foot interior of which carries a mix of established and emerging talents.
This paved, mostly shaded route offers a glimpse of the city without the crowds of the BeltLine’s Eastside Trail.
As the official state museum of art, the Georgia Museum houses a notable permanent collection and hosts significant exhibitions.
Even in the toughest economic times, Georgia Shakespeare has never sacrificed artistic credibility. But this year, the company tried a summer without Shakespeare—and it didn’t play very well. People complained. The theater listened.
This BeltLine-adjacent park is more than a greenspace with pathways and an outdoor theater; it’s a linchpin in the Old Fourth Ward’s revitalization.
The latest in equipment offers kids hours of entertainment, and the compact layout makes it easy for parents to keep a watchful eye.
There is, of course, that famous burger, served at 10 p.m. and at Sunday brunch. But at its essence, Holeman and Finch exists to serve you pork.
There is, of course, that famous burger. But Holeman and Finch exists to serve you pork, be it cured, twirled into pasta, or served on the side as bacon. If it isn’t packed, the talented bartenders will devise a libation to your taste.
With its splashy new interactive exhibits, sold-out lectures, traveling shows, and presidential artifacts such as the Nobel Prize, this museum is a local treasure.
This thirty-two-year old spot promises an unforgettable night out of drinks, dancing, and the best people-watching in town.
Karaoke Melody, with two locations on Buford Highway, features individual rooms small enough for duets or large enough for a dozen.
Before slurping through a platter of oysters on ice, order a cocktail from an ace team of bartenders.
Kevin Rathbun’s wine-and-tapas bar promotes communal interaction rather than date-night tête-à-tête. The space is minuscule, and strangers start conversations over finger food such as duck prosciutto tramezzini and cured meats.
Phipps Plaza is home to this indoor playground, a creative 35,000-square-foot space—one of only three so far in the U.S.
Monica Campana presided over this city-as-gallery concept, bringing artists from around the world to create their art throughout Atlanta.
While the top floor of this two-story renovated brownstone in the Old Fourth Ward serves mostly as a dance club, the dim bar below draws its own crowd for righteous pub grub and easygoing cocktails.
With its March 2011 move to Midtown, MODA upped its game to create a twenty-first-century venue—as much social hub as design nexus.