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Elite Edge Fitness Center

Bootcamps: Elite Edge Fitness Center

In the open workout room at Elite Edge, it’s not unusual to see NFL hopefuls sweating through agility drills on one end while muscle-bound moms perform medicine ball tosses on the other.
Marcel

New Late-Night Menu: Marcel

There’s no better place to sate your late-night cravings than Ford Fry’s upscale steakhouse on the Westside.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Reason to Visit the Bathroom: The Painted Pin

At first glance, you might think the trippy bathrooms at this preppy Buckhead bowling boutique are some sort of illusion. But then you realize that the only thing separating the men’s and women’s restrooms is the line of mirrors suspended above the sinks.
Atlanta hair salons

Atlanta’s Best Hair Salons

A guide to the best hair salons in Atlanta, including Hair Capital, Ambrosia Salon, and more.
Cockentrice

Best of Krog Street Market

The best picks from Krog Street Market, including Superica's short rib, Fred's Meat and Bread's 'Shroom Shire Cheesesteak, and more.
Doggy Dogg

Hot Dogs: Doggy Dogg

Let’s say, hypothetically, that you’ve had one too many cocktails at Kimball House, where the kitchen closes at midnight. Solution? Stumble across the street for one of James Hammerl’s quirky gourmet hot dogs, available until 2 a.m. on weekends.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Butcher: Pine Street Market

With one of the friendliest smiles in town, Rusty Bowers doesn’t look like someone who breaks down animal carcasses for a living.
Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall

Hipster Hangout: Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall

The base camp for the bearded, tattooed masses is this rustic watering hole on the Atlanta BeltLine. That’s not a knock against the place—more like a dress code alert, so you don’t saunter in sporting Vineyard Vines or Jimmy Choos.
Mass Collective

Atlanta’s Best Unique Classes

Our guide to some of Atlanta's most unique classes at the Beehive, MODA, and more.
Emergency Drinking Beer

New Beer: Emergency Drinking Beer, Wild Heaven Craft Beers

Introduced last spring, Emergency Drinking Beer—and its eye-catching yellow can—proved to be precisely what we needed to survive, frankly, everything.

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