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Way before there was a rainbow crosswalk in Midtown, Atlanta’s LGBTQ+ scene was flourishing. Queer history tends to focus on large cities like New York and San Francisco, but Atlanta’s actually been a haven for queer and trans Southerners since the early 20th century.
Interior designer Tanya Lacourse filled this home office with all of the homeowner's favorite things.
Looking for clues about her new clients, interior designer Shelby Adamson noticed some artful coffee-table books, a craftsman-built dining table, and some Jonathan Adler accessories in their Midtown home—all good signs they were on the same page.
Located in the forefront of Colony Square, the modern, 5,900-square-foot space—designed by the Johnson Studio at Cooper Carry—will serve Middle Eastern favorites from its other locations, plus a large selection of unique (yet traditional) items.
The White Bull team is opening an oyster bar near Piedmont Park and a mozzarella bar on the Westside
Pat Pascarella announced plans bring an Italian oyster bar with risottos to the former F.R.O.G.S. Cantina and Ah-Ma’s Taiwanese Kitchen spaces near Piedmont Park. He's also opening a mozzarella bar in the former Bocado space early next year.
The verdict on 4 new Atlanta restaurants: Reverence, Biggerstaff Brewing, Big Boss Chinese, and Tre Vele
A kaleidoscope of flavors at Reverence, which anchors Midtown’s new “culinary” hotel. Plus: Fortify yourself for winter at a Polish pop-up.
In 2017, we had the MARTA bus that blocked the Dome implosion. In 2021, we have the bus that floored it during the Atlanta Braves World Series victory parade.
Featuring three restaurants, themed accommodations, and a 2,000-square-foot theater designed for Food Network-style cooking classes, the hotel targets anyone with a refined palate—be it tourists or locals.
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.
With its location in a historic Midtown neighborhood and an original granite wall around the property, this white brick home fools some people into asking if it’s a renovation, and that pleases architect Jeffrey Bruce Baker. “That question is music to my ears since the house is 100 percent new construction,” he says.