We’re all excited for the new year and all the new experiences it can bring! As we lay out our New Year’s resolutions and design our “bucket lists” for 2022, we wanted to share...
If the proliferation of Christmas music is any indication, the holiday season is upon us and ‘tis the season of gift-giving. From ice cream subscriptions, cookbooks and home goods to adventure experiences and game ready apparel, The Battery Atlanta has something for everyone on your list.
If the idea of a book cafe conjures for you a certain notion of coziness—perhaps with a side of muffins—then the exquisite new Lucian Books and Wine may upend your expectations.
In South Atlanta, artist and activist Quianah Upton finds fertile ground for her “greenhouse eatery”
Quianah Upton knows her vision for Nourish Botanica is a little ambitious. To start, the place will do the things restaurants do—in this case, serve vegan food with Caribbean and Southern influences. Upton also envisions Nourish Botanica as a nursery that will sell plants while providing gardening education; the herbs and flowers grown on site, meanwhile, will be used at Botanica Bar, where they’ll go into juices, teas, and zero-proof cocktails.
Old names, new restaurants; and pop-ups going permanent—those are the major themes of 2022’s most anticipated restaurants. Here's what to keep an eye out for this year.
Treats on Storied StreetsAt the heart of the city, Lafayette Square is the epicenter for culture, history and commerce. Featuring a gorgeous circular fountain and statue of Marquis de Lafayette, a Revolutionary War...
Atlanta’s hospitality landscape, once dotted with convention-friendly high-rises and cookie-cutter chains, is rapidly diversifying, thanks to a wave of more intimate, experiential properties popping up from Alpharetta to College Park. Here are 10 of the newest hotels—and what makes them unique.