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  • Atlanta’s Stone Summit Rock Climbing
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    Check out the nations largest indoor rock climbing facility here in Atlanta.  Whether you are a beginner or a world-class athlete, they have a climb for you. Stone Summit has walls extending 25 feet to 60 feet high to challenge both your strength and mind, a bouldering room that will not bore even the most fanatical gym rats, and a Continue Reading...

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  • Wrecking Bar Brew Pub
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    Wrecking Bar Brewpub picked Best Brewpub in Atlanta 2012!! Brewery tours every Saturday at 4:30 pm! A 20th-century Victorian-style home, a Methodist Protestant church, a dance school, and most recently an architectural antiques store, the charismatic Victor H. Kriegshaber House was christened the Wrecking Bar Brewpub on June 19, 2011 when Bob and Kristine Sandage began a new legacy in this historic Continue Reading...

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  • Silver Comet Bike Trail
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    The Silver Comet Trail is located 13 miles northwest of Atlanta, Georgia. It’s free of charge, and travels west through Cobb, Paulding, and Polk counties. This quiet, non-motorized, paved trail is for walkers, hikers, bicyclists, rollerbladers, horses, dog walkers, and is wheelchair accessible. The Silver Comet Trail is 61.5 miles long, and starts at the Mavell Road Trailhead in Smyrna, Continue Reading...

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  • Murphy’s | Atlanta Eats
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    With locally sourced, farm-fresh ingredients and a menu inspired by grandma’s cooking, this “casually-sophisticated” country kitchen in Marietta will have you coming back for seconds…and thirds. The restaurant — whose name represents the cycle of life and sustainability — places tremendous emphasis on its impact on the planet. But, as great as that is, its impact on your taste buds Continue Reading...

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  • Revolution Doughnuts | Atlanta Eats
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    We hold this truth to be self evident: There are many ways to get creative when it comes to the pastry with a hole in the middle. Sugared, glazed, chocolate glazed, jelly-filled. Those flavors are for the unimaginitive. Those are for the big chain donut shops. Revolution Doughnuts will overthrow any notions you have of what you can top or Continue Reading...

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  • Bhojanic | Atlanta Eats
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    When the locals, as well as students and professors from Emory University, claim a restaurant to be the best Indian food in Atlanta; I think it’s safe to say the food at this ethnic paradise is worth the trip. This casual-yet-hip Decatur favorite has mastered the art of “Indian Tapas.” Bhojanic has found its niche in the art of small Continue Reading...

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  • Community Q BBQ | Atlanta Eats
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    “When it comes to ‘cue, Community Q BBQ in Decatur is doing something right. Actually, they’re doing a lot of things right: their meats melt in your mouth, the side dishes leave nothing to be desired (aside from another visit!), the climate is cool and casual, and the service is friendly. Their food — much of which is locally sourced Continue Reading...

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  • Rathbun’s | Atlanta Eats
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    Kevin Rathbun is a bona fide rock star chef. Since he defeated Iron Chef Bobby Flay in 2008, his reputation as one of the best chefs in the country has sky rocketed and his restaurants are perennially mentioned among the best in the country. Along with Krog Bar and Kevin Rathbun’s Steak, Rathbun’s is the third of the chef’s eateries Continue Reading...

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  • Serpas | Atlanta Eats
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    When first opening up Serpas wasted little time garnering national attention. GQ magazine knew what they were doing placing this instant classic well inside their top ten list of best new restaurants. Industrialized design clashes perfectly with southern inspired American Nouveau to make this old industrial space shine with brilliant “true food.” In 1917, Atlanta was ravaged by fire, and Continue Reading...

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  • Bocado | Atlanta Eats
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    What looks like fine dining but tastes like classic burgers? You know you are dealing with something special when the regulars admit to coming in every day for the burger. Yes, you heard that right…every day! This truly organic and innovative space located in the heart of West Midtown utilizes reused materials reimagined in distinctive ways. The design mixes flawlessly Continue Reading...

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  • Highland Bakery | Atlanta Eats
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    Highland Bakery, with locations on the corner of Sampson and Highland in the Old Fourth Ward, and on the corner of 14th and Peachtree, is one of Atlanta’s favorite brunch spots. Serving up muffins, cookies, and all manner of beads, along with a full menu of breakfast, brunch, and lunch items, you can eat at home or spend a relaxing Continue Reading...

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  • The Optimist | Atlanta Eats
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    The Optimist turns the tide on seafood restaurants in Atlanta. The Optimist, Chef Ford Fry’s upscale seafood restaurant and oyster bar in Midtown West, recently caught Esquire Magazine’s Best Restaurant Award for 2012, and continues to reel in the accolades. Everything about The Optimist lives up to the high expectations we have for a Ford Fry restaurant. Like No. 246 Continue Reading...

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  • Antico Pizza | Atlanta Eats
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    Pizza is no joke at this joint. And that’s why they’ve won, like, every award. Ever. This could be the most decorated pizza on the planet! But when you take pizza as seriously as owner Giovanni Di Palma does, you’re bound to win a few awards. Di Palma didn’t sacrifice one detail of his family’s age-old Pizza Napoletana recipe when Continue Reading...

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  • Taqueria Del Sol | Atlanta Eats
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    Few things say “fresh” quite like a good taco does, and that’s what Taqueria del Sol offers. With locations in West Midtown (in the Westside Provisions District), Cheshire Bridge, and in Decatur, you can feast on some of the tastiest guacamole in the city, order up tacos or enchiladas, and if it’s cold outside, get yourself a bowl of chili. Continue Reading...

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  • Gio’s Chicken Amalfitano | Atlanta Eats
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    Glancing at the minimalist façade and industrial interior, you wouldn’t expect the dishes at Gio’s to be vibrant, complex and explosive; which is exactly what they are. The menu at Gio’s offers bold flavors showcasing their bone-in, moist, lemon infused chicken that is artfully used in a select array of dinner options. Gio’s also serves fresh pastas, which they call Continue Reading...

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  • Barcelona | Atlanta Eats
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    Barcelona. For soccer-lovers, it’s the team that plays the most breathtaking, sublime game in the world. For art and culture-lovers, it’s the home of dozens of museums, including the Museu Picasso (which houses an extensive number of Pablo Picasso’s early works). For the residents of Inman Park, it’s a stylish tapas restaurant with a fantastic collection of Spanish wines, a Continue Reading...

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  • Bistro Niko | Atlanta Eats
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    In the beating heart of Buckhead is a French restaurant like no other in the city. With decor that’s reminiscent of the classic dining rooms of the 1920s, all that’s missing to make the place feel like burlesque Paris is a stage and Josephine Baker. Of course, if that’s what you’re missing, Atlanta has other places for you, you just Continue Reading...

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  • Bone Garden Cantina on Atlanta Eats
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    There is a place for “Amexican” food. There is a place for fajitas. For combo plates piled high with beans and rice. That place, however, is not Bone Garden Cantina. Tucked away in a vibrant west midtown neighborhood, Bone Garden is a truly authentic Mexican restaurant, tequila bar, and Dia de los Muertos art gallery. The ingredients are fresher-than-fresh and Continue Reading...

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  • Atlanta Botanical Garden
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    With more than 30 acres of gardens, forest, wildflower trails and the 10,000-square-foot Fuqua Orchid Center, the Atlanta Botanical Garden is one of Atlanta’s most beautiful attractions. The Canopy Walk, a 40-foot high suspension bridge creating a treetop walking trail, is the garden’s latest addition. Visitors will also enjoy the Edible Garden Outdoor Kitchen and soothing sanctuary of the Cascades Continue Reading...

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  • Atlanta Braves & Turner Field
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    The Atlanta Braves play from April through September at Turner Field. All season long, fans can enjoy post-game entertainment including dazzling fireworks and a summer concert series. The Braves Museum & Hall of Fame features more than 600 Braves artifacts and photographs that trace the team’s history from its 1871 beginnings in Boston to Atlanta. The field and museum are Continue Reading...

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