Tag: Things to Do in Atlanta
Atlanta Magazine’s 7th Annual Whiskey Festival begins on Thursday, October 6 at Guardian Works, Atlanta and this is an event you do not want to miss! To read more about the festival and how you can purchase your tickets, click here.
Fall is quickly approaching and there is nothing like a weekend getaway or a short museum visit to make the cool breeze feel like autumn. The essential guide to 58 fascinating museums, historic sites, thrilling rides, lovable animals, inspiring artisans, tasty restaurants, quirky inns, and roadside curiosities! To read more, click here.
What do you get when you combine a perfect September weekend, an impressive lineup of top chefs, tables of gourmet bites, scores of fine wine, hand-crafted cocktails, and entertainment? Easy, Atlanta Food and Wine Festival! Happening from September 15-18, a four-day culinary experience like no other, and sure to check all your boxes for a […]
Monday Night Garage, the West End location of Monday Night Brewing, recently launched a menu of seven Neapolitan pizzas made in-house using beer yeast. Available Wednesday through Sunday each week, these wood-fired pies are the result of a pandemic project “A lot of the time, you show up to a brewery and it’s chicken wings […]
Nice weather, a beautiful skyline, and a terrace with stunning views of Atlanta’s skyline. Take the time to visit Drawbar this weekend! To learn more about the restaurant or plan your visit, click here.
Royalty is coming to Atlanta! Shondaland, events company Fever, and Netflix have partnered to bring a proper ball—like that oft-held in the show—to Atlanta. Attendees can expect an immersive experience, the Queen’s Ball is a mishmash of Instagramable photo ops, museum-style costume viewing, character parades, line dancing, and branded gift shops. Running Wednesday to Sunday […]
Frequenters of the Atlanta BeltLine may have noticed brightly decorated shipping containers popping up alongside both the Eastside and Westside trails. Starting in August, these containers will begin selling food and drink as part of the BeltLine MarketPlace, a six-month pilot program designed to give minority-owned small businesses a leg up in the competitive retail […]