There's no better time than now to plan for a beach date, whether you're going with a group of friends or hanging out one-on-one.
On the way back to central Atlanta, stop by Decatur for live music at Eddie’s Attic. During the summer, visit Dragoncon, Music Midtown, or the Atlanta Film Festival.
When schools are in session, watch the Braves play at Turner Field or the Falcons at the Georgia Dome.
Go ice skating during the winter or attend a free, outdoor concert when it warms up. Admire memorabilia from college football greats, try your hand at the Skill Zone and much more.
Jackson Street Bridge: Admire the view of this iconic Atlanta cityscape seen on “The Walking Dead.” Many area photographers have captured this spot, and now you can have a photo here, too. Attend a Game: Atlanta is lucky enough to be home to major football, basketball and baseball teams.
It’s not only a list of things to do; it’s an attempt to rediscover the hidden and not-so-hidden gems of Atlanta.
When visiting Atlanta, be sure to explore the Virginia-Highlands and Little Five Points neighborhoods.
The former is one of the best areas for shopping and dining.
The latter is known for its indie businesses and hipster lifestyle.
With years of experience as a professional cook, Guthrie also relishes writing about food and beverage topics.