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5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: February 20-25 (Mardi Gras edition)

How is Atlanta celebrating Mardi Gras? Find out where you can eat crawfish and snag some free beads this weekend.

Explore Elizabeth Ingram and Alton Brown’s curiosity-filled Marietta loft

Star designer Elizabeth Ingram, known for creating stylish restaurant interiors, helped chef and Food Network personality Alton Brown design his Marietta loft. Then she married him and moved in.
Tyler the Creator things to do in Atlanta

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: October 2–8

Tyler, the Creator plays State Farm Arena, Coco + Mischa hosts a slow fashion symposium, and Evil Dead: The Musical opens in Marietta.
BeltLine Lantern Parade

5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: September 19-24

Stop by JapanFest in Duluth for street food and anime, celebrate the 10th anniversary of the BeltLine Lantern Parade, and Curious George arrives at the Children's Museum of Atlanta.

33. Johnnie MacCracken’s Celtic Pub

This remedy to OTP strip-mall bars may seem cramped, but the labyrinthine layout hides pockets of couches and tables perfect for intimate sampling from Johnnie’s 74 full-time taps and hard-to-get bottled and canned brews
Forno Vero

The verdict on 3 new Atlanta restaurants: Forno Vero, Street Taco, and Taqueria Rojas

Forno Vero and Street Taco are the anchor restaurants at new food hall Marietta Square Market, while Taqueria Rojas brings tacos and tamales to EAV's Global Grub Collective.
75 Best Restaurants in Atlanta: Seed Kitchen & Bar

Seed Kitchen & Bar

Back in 2011, Doug Turbush opened a trailblazing restaurant the likes of which East Cobb hadn’t seen—one with a bright-white, modern, Scandinavian aesthetic, a sophisticated cocktail program, and an idiosyncratic menu.
75 Best Restaurants in Atlanta: Spring

4. Spring

In 2016, a clever little restaurant sprang onto the scene and broke all the rules.
75 Best Restaurants in Atlanta: Tasty China

Tasty China

Tasty China was the first restaurant in town to serve undiluted Sichuan cuisine. Back then, in 2006, the kitchen was helmed by the talented and elusive Peter Chang, who ignited a love of ma la (hot and numbing spice) that paved the way for Masterpiece and Gu’s.
142 Forest Avenue House Envy

House Envy: This historic cottage is about as close as it gets to Marietta Square

Once home to a traveling doctor and a law office, this more-than-100-year-old cottage has a storied history. Thanks to an extensive renovation over the past year, it has been restored to its original beauty as a single-family home.

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