Foursquare ti aiuta a trovare i luoghi perfetti a Atlanta dove andare con gli amici:

  • 9.6

    The Optimist

    Ristorante di pesce 914 Howell Mill Rd NW Atlanta, GA

    La gente dice anche (185consigli):

    • Samir G.
      Samir Gillani: "Hands down the best restaurant in Atlanta! Get the She Crab Soup, Peel and Eat GA Shrimp (messy but worth it!), the duck fat swordfish (holy it's good!), and fish & chips (huge!). Valet is only $3."
  • 9.6

    Piedmont Park

    Parco 400 Park Dr NE Atlanta, GA

    La gente dice anche (274consigli):

    • Sara F.
      Sara Friedman: "Great place for running after a long day or to relax with friends on the weekend. Go exploring and check out the wooded walkway through the Six Springs Wetlands near the dog park!"
  • 9.5

    Wrecking Bar Brewpub

    Birrificio 292 Moreland Ave NE Atlanta, GA

    La gente dice anche (141consigli):

    • Eater
      Eater: "The food at Wrecking Bar has been unbeatable since executive chef Terry Koval came over from Farm Burger. Try the kale ale fondue or the three pigs skillet with its crispy pig ears to start."
  • 9.5

    Monday Night Brewing

    Birrificio 670 Trabert Ave NW Atlanta, GA

    La gente dice anche (47consigli):

    • First We Feast
      First We Feast: "Try this: The Blind Pirate—a well-crafted double IPA —is MNB's first brew sold in a bomber, which hop heads will gladly spend their booty on. A limited coffee version is on deck, too."
  • 9.4

    Ponce City Market

    Mercato 675 Ponce de Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA

    La gente dice anche (63consigli):

    • Kaitlin T.
      Kaitlin T: "Cool shops and restaurants, and lots more coming in. Plus it's right off the Beltline. A very cool addition to ATL, much like NYC's Chelsea Market, Boston's Public Market, and Seattle's Pike Place."
  • 9.6

    The Fox Theatre

    Teatro 660 Peachtree St NE Atlanta, GA

    La gente dice anche (135consigli):

    • Fodor's Travel
      Fodor's Travel: "One of a dwindling number of vintage movie palaces in the nation, the Fox was built in 1929 in a fabulous Moorish-Egyptian style. It's crowning glory is its ceiling, complete with moving clouds."

La gente parla di questi luoghi a Atlanta:

  • La gente dice anche (45consigli):

    • Men's Health Mag
      Men's Health Mag: "Block out an hour or two for an important history lesson: Visit the civil rights leader's childhood home, the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church where he served as pastor, and his gravesite."
    • Atlanta
      Atlanta: "The footprints of Rosa Parks, Thurgood Marshall and Medgar Evers are among a collection of granite-embedded footprints of 17 civil rights leaders on display at the MLK National Historic Site."
  • 9.5

    Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail

    Sentiero 1551 Piedmont Ave NE Atlanta, GA

    La gente dice anche (22consigli):

    • Sara F.
      Sara Friedman: "A great path for sights, art, exercising, and getting around town by foot! Caveat (for runners): on the weekend it gets a bit tricky to go running on the trail while navigating through the crowds!"
    • Greatist
      Greatist: "What you’ll see: Wall art, sculptures, & trees planted by Trees Atlanta. There are also several shops and restaurants along the way. The trail leads into Piedmont Park, one of Atlanta's largest parks."
  • 9.4

    The General Muir

    Deli / Bodega 1540 Avenue Pl NE Ste B-230 Atlanta, GA

    La gente dice anche (118consigli):

    • Creative Loafing Atlanta
      Creative Loafing Atlanta: "There's a long list of things it does as well as (or better than) anyone in town: burgers, espresso, cheesecake, bagels, lox, sticky buns...Shall we go on? 2013 Best of Atlanta Critics pick."
    • Eater
      Eater: "This upscale Jewish deli concept from Ben and Jen Johnson and Shelley Sweet of popular breakfast spot, West Egg, and executive chef Todd Ginsberg has been winning hearts since it opened in early 2013."

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