Exiting the Decatur MARTA station puts you smack dab into the street recently recognized by Southern Living magazine as a great place to grab a bite to eat and more. From bars to eateries to brew pubs, Church Street has a got a lot going on, no Bible needed.
Java Monkey provides a relaxing atmosphere for suitable for studying by day with Counter Culture coffee & sandwiches & unwinding with wine by night. The patio is popular and JM hosts popular poetry nights.
Twain's is a restaurant and bar that serves beer brewed on site. Multiple bars serve the hungry crowd and billiard tables are popular all day.
Mingei is the place to find handcrafted gifts, home decor and art from around the world.
Candy & Beer proves to be a popular combo at this shop in Downtown Decatur. In addition to a wide array of sugar-high inducing treats, they've added a growler shop to fill up on craft brews.
Best cocktails in Decatur! Miles is a rock star behind the bar. The French Frues are a must and don't miss the craft beer list
Yogurt Tap is an independent frozen yogurt shop with a variety of constantly rotating all natural flavors. It's surprisingly nonfat and samples are available prior to purchase
Intown BBQ fans hold fiercely to their favorites and swear that pork or beef is the only true BBQ - Burnt Fork is offering non meat eaters a choice with their vegan, yes vegan BBQ. Don't worry, they have plenty on the menu for meat eaters and even have Cheereine on tap
Not to be confused by the diner by the same name, HomeGrown sells a nice variety of gifts & apparel by area artists. The store is a co-op and staffed by artists work that line the shelves
Inman Park's famed cheap sandwiches, ping pong, and jack & Coke slushies have found a home near Decatur Square
Come for Paul Calvert's cocktails and stay for delicious food from the nimble kitchen it shares with Victory Sandwich Bar