Yes I named this guide Park Atlanta. No, this guide has nothing to do with the evil meter maids that troll the city the second your parking meter expires. I've profiled the many establishments where you can get a nice meal, and then stroll over to the park to walk off a few calories, or continue on with your date night.
On the edge of Piedmont Park, skip the burgers & make a bee-line to the salt block menu for sushi flown in from Hawaii & mouthwatering wagyu. Beers are only $1 when it rains!
At the top of one of the world's tallest hotels, the Sun Dial offers a great view to go along with dinner & cocktails
Atlanta's front yard - a great place to exercise, relax, and just enjoy the outdoors.
An Atlanta original - I'm a fan of the breakfast-dinner combo, their pasta, sausage & eggs. Don't forget the dreamy grits on the side
They didn't have IMAX in the 1800s, but they did their best with paint. History buffs love this panoramic Civil War painting in Grant Park.
Jay's BBQ short rib with spiced chocolate molé is a Southern-Mex mash up that can't be beat
Newly reopened with a whole new vibe! Check out the expertly prepared espresso drinks with Counter Culture beans.
Tucked into Inman Park you'll find a wildly creative menu by culinary rebel Robert Phalen. From offal to octopus, the choice is yours.
Parking is free but tricky to fine. Swing behind the building to Peachtree Center Avenue and ring the buzzer after hours.
There's a new chef in town! Check out Chef Todd Richard's housemade lamb sausage & hot smoked salmon & grits
Fro-yo steps away from the park using Johnston milk & organic yogurt - the watermelon flavor should not be missed.
Try one of the sampler platter specials to try a number of tapas at a fair price & be sure to try something new from the eclectic wine list