Atlanta City Guide
Hi guys! I just got back from a quick trip to Atlanta with my roomie! It's such a fun city and there are so many fun things to do! I'm adding in the basic things you should do if you've never been to the ATL, but I'll also throw in a few of my favorite spots too!
ATlanta city guide:
Things To Do
The Beltline Murals
I planned an afternoon based on going to see the pretty spotted mural at the Beltline, but the mural on the opposite wall was STUNNING. I want to go back with my camera and a color-coordinating outfit immediately.
Places to eat
I might be biased, but I think the Flying Biscuit is one of the most charming spots in the city.
Category: Southern Comfort
1001 Piedmont Ave NE – 404.874.8887
3027 Bolling Way, Atlanta – 404.869.9944
299 N Highland Ave., Inman Park – 678.732.0360
We ate here during a baseball game, and it was so fun! They have a great beer selection, the food was fantastic, and we felt so much a part of the excitement of baseball without paying for tickets.
825 Battery Ave SE – 770.675.7640
This one could seem a little touristy, but the Varsity is a MUST VISIT on a trip to Atlanta. This past trip was my first time to visit this city staple, and I can't believe I hadn't been before! I got a hamburger AND a hotdog and they were both delicious. My friend got the triple bacon burger and also said it was great!
61 North Avenue NW – 404.881.1706
Places to Drink:
840 Marietta St. NW – 404.921.0276
1394 N Highland Ave NE – 404.872.6000
1645 McLendon Ave NE –404.474.1402
745 Edgewood Ave NE – 470.428.2023
670 Trabert Ave NW – 404.352.7703
1440 Dutch Valley PL, NE
1738 MacArthur Blvd NW
So this was a bit of a splurge, but it was such a cool experience!! everything was so nice. The rooms were baseball inspired but not "on the nose" and they were stunning. The pool & poolside bar felt so fancy. And the crowning gem was the view of Suntrust park from the pool deck!! We went to the Braves/cubs game on S