Best of Atlanta 2015

Affordable Massage: SensAbility

If you relax at the thought of a bargain, book an appointment at SensAbility, the student clinic at the Atlanta School of Massage in Dunwoody, where you can score a 50-minute rubdown for just $40 from a therapist in training.
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.

BYOB: Dish Dive

Calling this place a restaurant almost feels too pretentious, given the bare walls and hand-ful of seats. Still, locals flock to the spare space, where you can BYO beer and wine and order a spread of affordable small plates that include shakshuka with fried egg, Green Goddess tagliatelle, and pork belly on leek grits.
Rawesome Juicery

Juice Bar: Rawesome Juicery

For a neighborhood that has always been short on healthy food choices, the affordable cold-pressed juices and smoothies at this stripped-down Sweet Auburn Curb Market outlet are a refreshing change of pace.
La Perla

Lingerie: La Perla

This minimalist Buckhead Atlanta shop feels like a museum—appropriate, given the price tags befitting works of art. A lace bra will run you up to $700, while basic stretch thongs retail for $28 to $360.
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Best of Atlanta 2015

Literary Geek Gathering: Write Club Atlanta

You wouldn’t necessarily expect a “battle royale” theme at a literary event. But it’s what makes Write Club Atlanta—a spirited competition in which two of the city’s best wordsmiths go head-to-head—so exciting.
Okonomiyaki at Illegal Food

Fries: Okonomiyaki at Illegal Food

Don’t let the intimidating pronunciation stop you from ordering these satisfying Osaka-style fries, festooned with pickled ginger, fermented chili sauce, toasted seaweed, and Japanese mayo—all topped with pencil shavings of bonito flakes (dried and fermented fish).
Little Trouble

New Cocktail Bar: Little Trouble

Inside the Westside's White Provision building, walk through a concrete tunnel towards the wall of neon to find this spacious pad, inspired by Blade Runner and created by the team behind Paper Plane and Victory Sandwich Bar.
Best of Atlanta 2015

Atelier Alley: The Galleries of Peachtree Hills

Throughout the city are many lovely shops that double as design ateliers, but our favorites are at the Galleries of Peachtree Hills.

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