Best of Atlanta 2013
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.
Michael’s most unique specialty is zheng gu tui na, a Chinese acupressure treatment. “Tui na” means “push-pull,” and Michael performs a rolling action with her fist that unwinds the muscles, though the overall effect is energizing.
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.
As the tongue-numbing spices of Sichuan cuisine become more and more popular, this family-owned hot spot is an Atlanta standout that will soon expand with Gu’s Dumplings in the Krog Street Market.
Leave everything you know about traditional restaurant service at the door of Kevin Gillespie’s new Glenwood Park playground.
Classic and newfangled concoctions are made with equal care at Jerry Slater’s handsome bar and restaurant, housed in a former train depot in Reynoldstown.
Among the scores of flavors that Keith Schroeder and his colleagues have dreamed up, we’re partial to the High Road ice creams and sorbets designed to seduce the Southern palate.
The latest in equipment offers kids hours of entertainment, and the compact layout makes it easy for parents to keep a watchful eye.
The spacious brick-and-mortar store near North Point Mall narrows down the website’s inventory to the most popular items and lets customers sit in chairs or inspect finishes in person.
If you’re a casual cruiser—especially the style-conscious sort who pedals the BeltLine, cappuccino in hand, organic produce in wicker basket—this is your place.
Kelly Wolff (Atlantan by way of New York) opened this East Andrews shop in October, offering upscale baubles and gems, many lines exclusive in the city.
This California-based company brought Hollywood glamour when it opened a light-filled showroom in ADAC West, filled with sophisticated outdoor chaises, benches, tables, and weather-friendly textiles.
Jeffrey, now in its twenty-third year, is as relevant as ever. Front and center in the window this fall were embellished pumps by of-the-moment Belgian designer Dries Van Noten, whose footwear can be hard to find in Atlanta. Inside, plenty of the old standbys, from rock-stud Valentinos to patent Louboutins, but also less ubiquitous labels […]
We knew something was up when it seemed every photographer and fashion editor we work with mentioned the same name: Jenn Jones.