Explore our nearby favorites.

  1. Ponce City Market
  2. City Winery
  3. 8 Arm
  4. Megan Huntz
  5. Highland Row Antiques
  6. Old Fourth Ward Park
  7. New Realm Brewing
  8. The Carter Center
  9. Lotta Frutta
  10. MLK Historical Park
  11. Sweet Auburn Market
  12. The Varsity
  13. Georgia Aquarium
  14. Piedmont Park
  15. Botanical Gardens

1. Ponce City Market

Located in the renovated Sears, Roebuck; Company building, Ponce City Market is filled with local and national stores, restaurants, offices, and apartments.

 

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2. City Winery

Enjoy wine, food, and music at City Winery. Next-door to Ponce City Market, this venue brings the wine country to you with tastings, classes, concerts, and private events.

 

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3. 8Arm

8Arm is an eclectic restaurant and bar with a Japanese focused menu and award winning cocktails.

 

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4. Megan Huntz

Over in Poncey-Highland, Megan Huntz is a women’s clothing and accessory shop. The products are all ethically designed and made in Atlanta.

 

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5. Highland Row Antiques

Highland row has a wide range of vintage furniture, art, and clothing. Browse the 9,000 sq. ft. basement and you’ll find tons of mid century gems.

 

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6. Old Fourth Ward Park

Take a stroll through Old Fourth Ward Park — a lovely greenspace in the heart of the neighborhood, just off the Beltline. Have a picnic, rent a bike, and enjoy this urban oasis.

 

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7. New Realm Brewing

Open since 2016, New Realm Brewing is right on the Beltline. Enjoy a craft beer with a bite to eat on the rooftop and admire the surrounding views of Atlanta.

 

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8. The Carter Center

Founded by former President Carter and Rosalynn Carter in partner with Emory University, the Carter Center is a non-profit organization that works to enhance democracy and improve lives. The center also provides venues for meetings, conferences, other events.

 

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9. Lotta Frutta

Lotta Frutta is an exotic hole in the wall in the Old Fourth Ward. Offering fruit cups, smoothies, sandwiches, and more, you’ll feel refreshed after enjoying this Latin American fruity cuisine.

 

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10. MLK Historical Park

The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park spans several buildings and monuments related to the life of Martin Luther King Jr. Visit the birthplace of Dr. King or see the historic church where he served as pastor.

 

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11. Sweet Auburn Market

The Sweet Auburn Market (also known as The Municipal Market) was founded in 1918 in the aftermath of the Great Atlanta Fire. Today, it has dozens of local bakeries, butchers, and eateries.

 

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12. The Varsity

“What’ll ya have…” A well-known Atlanta venue, The Varsity has been around since the 1920s and retains its retro vibe. Grab yourself a chili dog and frosted orange.

 

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13. Georgia Aquarium

The Georgia Aquarium in Downtown is one of the largest aquariums in the world. Experience the dolphin show, hang out with the penguins, and say hello to a beluga whale.

 

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14. Piedmont Park

Piedmont Park is a 200 acre Midtown spectacle with bike paths, trails, playgrounds, and more. Access this green space directly from the East Beltline.

 

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15. Botanical Gardens

The Atlanta Botanical Gardens is a beautiful oasis in Midtown. Explore the Canopy Walk, the Skyline Garden, and the permanent art collection throughout.

 

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Faces of Old Fourth Ward

Martin Luther King Jr.

John Lewis

Emily Inman

Jesse B. Blayton

Madam C.J. Walker

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