The internationally renowned Center for Puppetry Arts stages magical shows for all ages, from adults-only experimental shows to family favorites.
The verdant vista from atop Stone Mountain (just a 1.3-mile climb) enables hikers to forget the crazy traffic bustling under the treetops.
This local brewery has single-handedly put the Southeast on the map for beer lovers.
Kevin Rathbun’s wine-and-tapas bar promotes communal interaction rather than date-night tête-à-tête. The space is minuscule, and strangers start conversations over finger food such as duck prosciutto tramezzini and cured meats.
There is nothing quiet about this genre-defying blockbuster, the sister restaurant of Twist.
This futuristic sports bar has more than seventy flat-screen TVs throughout three levels of a gorgeous building within walking distance of the Dome and Phillips Arena.
In their lovably scruffy Little Five Points digs, husband-and-wife owners Nick Rutherford and Molly Gunn preside over the city’s largest selection of beer.
There is, of course, that famous burger. But Holeman and Finch exists to serve you pork, be it cured, twirled into pasta, or served on the side as bacon. If it isn’t packed, the talented bartenders will devise a libation to your taste.