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Free Fun: Second Sundays at the High
The High Museum of Art decreased ticket prices to $14.50 last October, but it’s most accessible on the second Sunday of every month, when the doors open from 1 to 4 p.m. for free.
Second Life: Redefined Home Boutique
This local retailer and design firm, with shops on the Westside and in Brookhaven, has redefined itself.
Local Furniture Store: Matthews Furniture and Design
This isn't your grandmother's Matthews. Although the 35-year-old, family-owned Buckhead business still carries traditional reproductions (yes, even Stickley's Mission furniture), its current mix of classic and contemporary styles would impress any millennial.
Free Fun: Atlanta Streets Alive
In a city dominated by gridlock, these afternoons provide a rare opportunity to ditch your car and explore Atlanta’s neighborhoods on two wheels (or feet).
Free Fun: Party With the Past
Brush up on local history at these bimonthly shindigs, hosted by the Atlanta History Center at notable venues like the Fox Theatre or Westview Cemetery.
Personal Endorsement: Steven Alan
I have been obsessed with Steven Alan, which is not good for my bank account. They have the right amount of clothing; it’s not overwhelming.
Luxury Shop: Tom Ford
This marbled shopping sanctuary is more approachable than you might expect.
Bike Repair: Loose Nuts Cycles
Grant Park’s Loose Nuts combines the vibe of a biker bar (a mural by Swampy, bottle caps in a bucket) with the customer service of your local ice cream parlor.
Reupholstery: Bjork Studio
Top residential and commercial designers visit this nondescript Westside warehouse to have custom upholstered furniture built and vintage pieces repaired or recovered.
Hand Cleaning: June’s
Metro Atlantans will drive for miles to this low-slung building on Piedmont in Morningside for the most detailed, delicate hand cleaning around.