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Looking for a fun place to take your pet? Here's a roundup of Atlanta's pet-friendly hotels, restaurants, coffee shops, bars and breweries, dog parks and trails, and shopping districts.
Rejuvenate winter-weary skin with these 3 luxe facials from Atlanta’s top spas—or their DIY counterparts
We asked Aviary Beauty & Wellness Collective, the Spa at the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta, and Exhale Spa at Loews Atlanta Hotel about the best facials to rejuvenate your skin after a cold winter—and products you can use at home.
With the abundance of holiday bar pop-ups in Atlanta this year, it's pretty easy to find a place to drink this holiday season. But if you're looking for a hearty meal, check out these metro Atlanta restaurants that are open and offering specials on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
For instant glamour in a room, add a little sheen—or a lot. When interior designer William Peace of Peace Design was tasked with updating this circa-1992 condo at the Four Seasons, he layered glossy pinks and warm silver tones in the homeowner’s master bathroom for an ultra-feminine, Hollywood-style result.
Rejuvenate your nails at some new spas (including Nouvelle Nail Spa and Woodhouse Day Spa), pamper yourself with massage therapy at Delta Asanda Spa Lounge, and try out new skincare treatments at iwi Fresh, Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta, and all over the city this summer.
Relax. These spa treatments will help fix itchy, dry skin, relieve frustrating congestion, and more.
Eight restaurants strong and at least four more in the works, chef Ford Fry is quickly growing one of the largest restaurant empires in the city. His latest announcement has him partnering with long-time Four Seasons chef Robert Gerstenecker on Bar Margot, opening September 28.
If it seems that the buzz around bees has picked up volume, that’s because it has. According to the USDA, bees help pollinate one-third of all our food, but recently, a mysterious and destructive honeybee disease called Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) has been wiping out record numbers of hives across the U.S. Although CCD is a common phenomonom, scientists can't explain why it's increasing at such a devastating rate.