There is something cosmopolitan about sipping cocktails high above the city on patio rooftop bars. Atlanta has a growing list of rooftop bars with amazing views from the classic Sun Dial at the Westin Peachtree Plaza, to the game changing 9 Mile Station at Ponce City Market, and newcomers like the Clermont Hotel and soon to be renovated Whiskey Blue at the W Hotel. We even list some OTP favorites like Brine Seafood and BarleyGarden, as well as a few surprises.
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We’ve searched high and low within the city and around the Metro to bring you a list of Atlanta’s most essential breweries. From rich heady porters in a modest setting, to sours and ales in repurposed spaces, this is your definitive bucket list of breweries in Atlanta and the Metro.
Six Flags Fright Fest at Six Flags Over Georgia is not for the faint of heart. Gory haunted attractions, freaky scare zones + some kid friendly attractions too. Ready to be scared?
The quirky Little Five Points Halloween Parade is the best part of the Little Five Points Halloween Festival in Atlanta. It’s held earlier in October than you might think, so read on for the date, then come early for the festival to get in the spirit and for great photos!
In my family, you would be better off trying to skip Christmas dinner than one minute of the Stone Mountain Highland Games. Every October we pilgrimage in our kilts and tartans to our beloved Stone Mountain Park for the annual Highland Games and all the Scottish festivities. This year’s event will be held in October. Over the years, I have seen these games grow into one of largest Scottish heritage events in the United States. Don’t be fooled by the name though; there is so much more than just the traditional Scottish games, as if that were not enough!
Fall Festivals in Georgia fill late August, September, October and November.. with events galore. Whether you enjoy time in the city at Chastain or Piedmont Park, or you prefer to head into the mountains and watch the leaves change, we’ve got a festival for you!
The Atlanta DragonCon parade, is the largest and one of the best parades in the city. It doesn’t matter how old you are or even if you’re a Sci-Fi fan, there is something for everyone at the Dragon Con parade, Klingons, Harry Potter characters, pirates, stormtroopers, Mad Max back from the ThunderDome, even princesses.
Visit the Stone Mountain Yellow Daisy Festival to see more than 400 artists and crafters display their works for your appreciation and purchase.
It’s Fall Ya’ll! Looking for the best-of-the-best things to do in Atlanta and all of Georgia this season? The weather is just perfect, the leaves are putting on a show, the holiday season is coming…Here are dozens of my favorite ways to celebrate this time of year in and around Atlanta, and throughout Georgia.
Culling the 200+ restaurants in Alpharetta, Ga. to a manageable list isn’t easy, but lots of food choice means lots of great Alpharetta restaurants to fit any craving or occasion.
Wondering, “Where can I watch the football game tonight in Atlanta?” Here’s a list of restaurants and the college/professional football teams they show on TV.
It is possible to have fun without spending a dime. Are you up for the challenge? Here is a collection of 50+ FREE things to do with in and around Atlanta with kids.
From classic rock to dance music, hip-hop to jazz, there are music fests for every taste, and as you’ll see, one for every season too. Each event has it’s own personality. We’ve pulled out Metro Atlanta’s best music festivals and given you the scoop on what to expect.
The Atlanta Zoo is a special place for families – both human and animal. Here are the 26 reasons you will love the Zoo like we do – from A to Z!
There are so many wonderful things to do in Alpharetta, Ga …exciting things for date night or for family time… Whether you are looking for a way to play with the kids, explore as a family or re-kindle the romance with the one you love, here is a fantastic Alpharetta Bucket List for your family!