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The famed Marburger Farm Antique Show comes to Atlanta in July

The famed Marburger Farm Antique Show comes to Atlanta in July

The highlight of the mammoth Round Top market is coming to Peachtree Street—its first-ever sale outside Texas. Shoppers can expect Marburger’s signature high-low mix, which ranges from fine Continental antiques and oil paintings to midcentury collectibles, Americana, African and Asian imports, industrial artifacts, and more.
Photos: Bad Bunny performs at State Farm Arena

Photos: Bad Bunny performs at State Farm Arena

Bad Bunny played to a sold-out crowd at State Farm Arena on the first night of his two-night run in Atlanta. Here, check out the scenes photographer Perry Julien captured at the show.
Stir House downtown

Stir House, a vegan and gluten-free stir fry-spot, opens Downtown

Stir House, a casual stir fry restaurant serving all vegan and gluten-free food, is set to open Downtown May 3 in Fairlie-Poplar. The menu includes both both chef-designed and build-your-own options, with 15 vegetables, five house-made sauces, and several proteins.
Flaky Not Flaky

Flaky Not Flaky introduces sconuts to Atlanta

First there were doughnuts, then cronuts, and now . . . sconuts? Husband-and-wife team Miguel and Anna Caraballo invented this sweet fluffy treat as a happy mistake. Owners of Flaky Not Flaky bakery and chocolates, they were intent on developing a less dense and crumbly scone recipe. What they came up with is a cute name for a product that sounds like a gimmick but is quite tasty.
The Masquerade celebrates 35 years of live music in Atlanta

The Masquerade celebrates 35 years of live music in Atlanta

With three rooms of varying capacities—named Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory—the Masquerade has always been a unique venue where up-and-coming groups and more established bands can both find a stage. Now, the Masquerade is opening a fourth room, Altar, which has a 250-person capacity and food available for purchase.
A couple of serial entrepreneurs just bought up a bunch of historic South Downtown. Now what?

A couple of serial entrepreneurs just bought up a bunch of historic South Downtown. Now what?

What Newport had toiled for seven years to accumulate took David Cummings less than two months to purchase, through deals with seven different lenders. As of this writing, Atlanta Ventures’ new LLC, SoDo Atlanta, now owns all of Newport’s former holdings, save one. Cummings isn’t disclosing yet what he paid for such a hefty chunk of downtown, but says he’s pleased with the sale price: “You never know what something’s worth, [but] it feels good right now.”

7 restaurants and bars, 1 hotel: What you’ll find at the new Signia in downtown Atlanta

It’s not often that a new attraction appeals to sports fanatics, foodies, and travelers alike. But a new 976-room downtown hotel promises to do just that. Built on the repurposed foundation of the Georgia Dome, the Signia by Hilton Atlanta overlooks Mercedes-Benz Stadium with a walkway to the Georgia World Congress Center. From homestyle breakfast to Italian fine dining, grab-and-go salads to seasonal cocktails by the pool, Signia’s seven restaurants and bars feature something for every occasion. Here's a quick rundown of what to expect.
Surprises and snubs from the inaugural Atlanta Michelin Guide ceremony

Surprises and snubs from the inaugural Atlanta Michelin Guide ceremony

By now you’ve certainly heard the news: five Atlanta restaurants boast one Michelin Star, with nearly 40 others receiving other distinctions from the prestigious international dining guide. Atlas, Bacchanalia, Hayakawa, Lazy Betty, and Mujo won big, while other longtime favorites like Aria, Kyma, Rumi’s Kitchen, and Umi were skipped over altogether. Here's what some Atlanta chefs and restaurateurs had to say about the awards and a few other observations and interesting tidbits from Tuesday's ceremony.
Underground Atlanta Renaissance

Notes from Underground Atlanta’s DIY arts scene

Atlanta’s long-neglected subterranean corridor is having yet another renaissance, this time as a DIY arts destination. But as redevelopment looms, the creative community wonders: how long can it last?

A Parisian-style theater and speakeasy opens at Underground Atlanta

A 6,000-square-foot theater and speakeasy, Pigalle will bring the sexy, whimsical, bohemian vibes of Paris on Ponce with unique entertainment and decor. “Almost every Atlanta native has a story that begins with Underground Atlanta,” owner Nicolette Valdespino says in a press release. “Our destination has been a staple in Atlanta for more than 25 years. To us, there was no better setting for our next location than Underground Atlanta—a place that fosters unique synergies between creatives and artists.”

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