Atlanta has plenty to offer during the summer months. This guide is dedicated to showcasing some fun activities between Memorial Day and Labor Day in The A
Blind Willie's has been providing VaHi and surrounding 'hoods with jazz and other tunes for years!
Located adjacent to The Fox Theatre, Churchill Grounds is THE SOURCE for midtown jazz. Good libations and service to boot.
It may bot be as old as Wrigley or as notorious as Yankee Stadium but The Ted is a wonderful stadium to watch MLB.
Cafe 290 is near the Punchline and each offer great OTP entertainment. Cafe 290 is where to go for jazz!
Stone Mountain Park is about as Atlanta as you can get. Get up early and hike to the top for the sunrise!
Not quite Central Park but a darn good reason to venture out to midtown on a nice day in Atlanta.
Not too big, not too small... Lullwater is just right. I love this hidden oasis near Emory University.
Located in North Buckhead, Chastain offers tennis courts, baseball fields and golf in addition to a great run / walk trail.
It may be a trek from Atlanta, but a hike here is like no other. Great views and historic sites.
The Beltline has become a personal favorite. Great re-use of land and urban renewal. Local shops and restaurants along the route.