While Atlanta magazine will always remain dedicated to delivering compelling stories in print, we are excited to bring you digital editions as a complement to our print issues.
This Month's Issue
Our March issue is your go-to for spring vacation plans with destinations tailored to any need. With family-friendly activities, natural retreats, and chill getaways for adults, you can make this year’s spring break memorable.
You may have noticed that in the last few years, brunch has become more…glamorous! In our February issue, we will explore the loud, boozy, and colorful evolution of Atlanta’s seemingly favorite meal.
A new year means new possibilities, and the city of Atlanta is undergoing a transformation of downtown. Exciting artist renderings depict new real estate developments and litter-free streets. But who will be included in this polished image of the city’s core? This issue will explain what is up next for downtown, who is paying for it, and how it could possibly change Atlanta.
We are thrilled to bring you one of our favorite annual issues, Best of Atlanta! In this issue, we collected over 300 amazing things we have loved within our city in 2022. This is your one-stop shop for the best places to eat, drink, shop, and play in Atlanta.
Georgia’s wine industry has evolved, and wine producers are turning out record bottles of award-winning offerings. Atlanta magazine’s November issue provides an in-depth overview of Georgia’s wine country.
Atlanta has long been a culinary hotspot, being able to seamlessly blend southern comfort food and cuisines from all over the world. In our delectable October issue, and back by popular demand, we present to you our list of the city’s 75 best restaurants both old and new.
Our September issue will help kick start your plans for the upcoming season with some fun, and surprising, outdoor activities. From exploring new parts of the Beltline to spending the night in a tree house, our comprehensive outdoor guide has diverse options for everyone to get some fresh air in Atlanta and beyond.
Our August issue Cover Feature “These Streets” highlights the diverse personality of Atlanta through some of the most notable streets that make up our city.
One of the most popular issues of the year, our Annual Atlanta Magazine Top Doctors issue, is here! This year’s list of Atlanta Magazine Top Doctors includes over 1,000 doctors in 69 specialties; this is our largest selection yet.
We hope you are ready to eat your veggies…with a fresh and flavorful twist! To embrace the season of summer gardening and farmers’ markets, we invite you to celebrate food from the soil in our June issue.
We are proud to give you our May issue for this year, providing an all-encompassing look into our multifaceted city. This issue includes an illuminating, yet candid look into how Andre Dickens is tackling the learning curve of being the new Atlanta mayor.
The April issue of Atlanta magazine explores where and how Atlantans are living now. The issue looks at how what we call “home” has changed over the past two years as we have redefined the term “nesting” during the age of COVID.
As the weather gets warmer, we have you covered for all your upcoming Spring and Summer travel plans! Our March issue will highlight some easy travel getaways that are just across state lines, yet still provide a fulfilling vacation experience.
For the month of February, we are thrilled to bring you our sweetest issue yet! To celebrate some of the best bakers Atlanta has to offer, we bring you all things glazed, whipped, frosted, layered, and sprinkled.
To welcome in a new year of change and possibilities, we are delighted to bring you our January issue which celebrates Atlanta’s upcoming, influential entrepreneurs. This issue provides a first look at all the thrilling initiatives taking place in this ever-evolving city and state.
We’re pleased to introduce you to one of our favorite issues of the year, our annual Best of Atlanta issue! This year’s Best of Atlanta takes on new meaning as the city is making a comeback from nearly two years of battling the pandemic.
Whether you are new to Georgia or a longtime resident, this November issue will surprise and delight you with over 50 ideas for places to visit. Entertain the entire family with memorable road trips. Be a tourist in your own State – discover “Hidden Georgia”. From the mountains, to the barrier islands of our coast, to small towns in between – there’s something for everyone on this list of great places to see, great places to stay and hidden dining treasures along the way.
Previous 2021 Issues
This October issue of Atlanta magazine is well overdue! Our Annual Best New Restaurants issue is here as the cover says – “FINALLY”. Few industries have been impacted the way restaurants have and we’re pleased to celebrate these new favorites who have endured and prospered. And, we pay homage to restaurants that we simply can’t live without – hint, one of them includes waffles.
Welcome to your complimentary September digital edition of Atlanta magazine. In this issue we provide our readers with a preview of the Atlanta Fall Arts Scene, a review of Atlanta’s growing influence in the world of female hip-hop artists, and a complete guide to the top-performing Real Estate Agents in our annual Real Estate All Stars feature – plus, much more.
The August issue of Atlanta magazine celebrates those furry and fluffy family members we call our pets. The August cover alone will have you saying “Awwww”.In this perennial favorite, we introduce you to just about any and all kind of pet – from alpacas to lizards – along with the people we call their owners. Enjoy the photo gallery of owners and their “pandemic” pets. Yes, that’s right, during the pandemic more people have adopted (that’s good) and brought home adorable new pet family members than during any other time in recent history.
Atlanta magazine is pleased to offer you a complimentary link to the digital edition of our July issue. Clearly one of our most popular issues of the year, July’s Top Doctors issue includes our most comprehensive list yet of the metro areas leading physicians (as voted on by their peers) and across 64 specialties. You’ll want to bookmark this edition for sure and refer back to it throughout the year whenever you, your family or friends, are looking for expert medical care.
This June issue is packed full of Summer dining fun, complete with a list of our favorite places in and around Atlanta that include: great beer pairings, grab and go snacks, outrageous charcuterie plates, perfect walk-up window service, best patios for skyline views, adult-friendly + kid-approved outdoor dining, and much more.
For six decades, Atlanta magazine has been “Atlanta’s Authority” as one of the nation’s oldest and most-awarded city/regional magazines. The 60th Anniversary issue offers a unique perspective on this landmark occasion through the voices of sixty diverse Atlanta residents.
The Atlanta real estate market is hot! In this April issue of Atlanta magazine we talk about the metrics behind Atlanta’s residential real estate market, look into what’s driving record home prices and low inventory, and spotlight some of Atlanta’s most popular new developments.
Whether you are new to biking, rediscovering it for the first time since childhood, or seeking the thrill of trails, mountains, gravel, or even mud, this issue is for you. From navigating the Beltline, various greenways, and the Silver Comet Trail to going “off road,” our editors provide a definitive list and guide for every biking interest.
The February issue of Atlanta magazine presents an authoritative round up of 50 of our Favorite Meals for Takeout. This is one that you’ll definitely want to keep handy for when you and the family need a great resource for takeout.
This issue includes a curated collection of the most impactful stories we’ve produced over sixty years. You’ll want to hang on to this issue for a while as it’s sure to be something you’ll want to refer back to and share with family and friends.
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