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5 holiday-themed foodie festivities in Atlanta
Roast marshmallows at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, drink hot cocoa at the St. Regis's skating rink, and more.
Marietta’s Pilgrimage vs. Madison’s Holiday Tour of Homes
Marietta marks a milestone this year with the 30th incarnation of the Pilgrimage, a yuletide showcase of the city’s most beautifully preserved historic homes. But an hour east of Atlanta, the picturesque town of Madison has been in the holiday home tour business even longer.
Deck the paws at the Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Reindog Parade
Each year since 2008, pooches have participated in the Reindog Parade—the only day of the year that pets can set paw inside the garden—to compete for awards like best dog-owner dress-alike or best botanical (picture a pup disguised as a poinsettia).
How to make Star Provisions shortbread cookies
This time of year, shortbread cookies at Star Provisions come dressed for the season—as snowflakes, Christmas trees, and whatever else pastry chef Zibaa Sammander might dream up for this versatile, durable dough.
Miracle on Monroe is slinging over-the-top holiday cocktails in Midtown
The Lawrence owners Darren Carr and Eric Simpkins are embracing the Christmas spirit full on this year with the launch of the New York City-based pop-up Miracle in the Midtown Promenade. Open Wednesday through Sunday evenings through Christmas Eve, Miracle on Monroe offers ten Christmas-themed cocktails, Christmas cookies, Christmas beer, wine and tapas.
From Our Family to Yours
Members of Southbound’s staff share their fondest holiday memories and traditions.
King of Pops sends elves to deliver Christmas trees to your door
King of Pops has its own farm, a bar, and of course, numerous pop stands. But perhaps their most fun concept of all is their Christmas tree delivery service, Tree Elves, now entering its fifth year in business.
37 super-duper events for Atlanta families in November
Play in the snow, ooh and ahh at holiday lights, get an up-close look at one of the rarest books in the world, and more
HGTV’s Vern Yip on why decking the halls is serious business
On the scale of ho-hum to ho! ho! ho!, I’m pretty sure my family defines the extreme edge of tolerable holiday enthusiasm. With two kids under the age of six, it’s not hard to get the momentum going—though, truthfully, it’s we adults who need reining in.
Christmas one of the busiest days for Waffle House
Ah, Christmas Day. Wake up and open presents. Spend time with family. Head to your favorite Waffle House?