I've spent the majority of my time in Atlanta living on Peachtree Street, from Downtown to Midtown to Buckhead. This certainly isn't an exhaustive list, but just a couple of my faves along Atlanta's main drag
Designed by Renzo Piano, the High serves as the premiere art museum in the city worth a stop on any travel itinerary to Atlanta.
Check out the Street Food Thursdays truck event every Thursday from 11-2
Just get the crunch grouper, trust me. Grab the brown rice for a healthier option.
The farm to table concept is so passé at this point that Ecco kicks it up a notch with their own rooftop garden for fresh apps & cocktails.
Known for the 10pm burger, the Nashville-style Hot Chicken is their next big thing. The cocktails are king but give the beer list a spin.
Easily one of the largest beer lists in Atlanta - the beers change frequently and feel free to ask a bartender for a taste if you're curious. Taco Mac has TV's throughout the large multiple-level space which make it an ideal bar for watching your favorite team.
James Beard winner Hugh Acheson's Atlanta outpost is a Midtown favorite & its menu changes daily. I'm a fan of the superfood plate at lunch and you never know what will be on the dinner menu. The wine & cocktail program are killer & don't forget to leave room for dessert
Parking is free but tricky to fine. Swing behind the building to Peachtree Center Avenue and ring the buzzer after hours.
Fun, modern seafood restaurant just steps away from Peachtree Street. Inspired by Buford Highway & Vietnam, the octopus and pork lettuce wraps are a must try
Not your typical office building cup of joe, experienced baristas provide handcrafted espresso drinks to the Dilbert set
Leave the brown & beige in the past and step into the colorful future of Bobby Berk Home. The latest styles will put some pep in your step.
STG Trattoria's got a new chef, Sean Telo, and now serves lunch. In addition to the fine margherita pie, dig into sandwiches including my favorite, the pork sausage with fig mustard & Vidalia onion jam