Six Feet Under Pub & Fish House
437 Memorial Dr SE, Atlanta, GA 30312
My husband and I ate here on a Monday night and had a great time! The menu was right my alley..tons of things I would have liked to try. I settled on the taco combo platter with fish, shrimp and calamari. It was HUGE!!! and delicious!! My husband had the shrimp and scallops and loved his too. The refills kept coming on the tea and our waiter was really nice. The prices are a steal for the amount and quality of the food. We tried to come on a Sunday and it was PACKED with a 45 minute wait, so we tried again early on a weekday to ensure a more satisfying experience and we weren't dissapointed. Probably my favorite dining experience while in Atlanta!
West Egg Cafe
1100 Howell Mill Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
I stopped by around 12:30 on a Saturday with a friend. We were seated within 10 minutes but it did take a little while to be seen to by our waiter. We both ordered a menu special that consisted of egg and turkey chorizo. It was very tasty as was our sweet tea. Portion and price were reasonable as well. I was hoping to try the Coca-Cola cupcake but they were all out by the time we got there. Same with the chocolate chip cookies. However, the red velvet cupcake we tried was delicious. The icing was buttery and the cake was moist. I guess next time we'll try to get there a bit earlier so we can try the others before they run out! The only real negative I have is that the parking was valet and I prefer to hang onto my keys if possible..personal quirk. We parked a few blocks away and walked. Maybe after the massive construction happening all around it is over the parking problems with be over, too.
World of Coca-Cola
121 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
Welcome to the advertisement you pay to see! Everything is smartly designed to keep you aware of how internationally loved the brand is. That said, I really enjoyed it. It was fun seeing the art and old memorabilia, I especially liked the Norman Rockwell paintings. There's a cute 3Dmovie and fun international ads. The best part is the tasting area....it's fun to sample products from around the world! And they give you a small bottle of Coke to take from the mini bottling plant on site. Then you have to exit through the gift shop (as most attractions are now designed to do). My husband and I went at the end of the day on a Monday and had no crowds to deal with... which is especially good for the tasting area. It was $17 each and took about 90 minutes for us to see everything. It's next to the aquarium and close to CNN so you could make a day of it as an adult for about $60 to get into all 3.
225 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
I went with three other adults at 11 am on a Monday. It was still busy with school groups but I imagine it's even more crowded on the weekends. There were some nice exhibits. I especially liked the ""river"" above your head in one area and the otters. There are hands-on areas for kids and a few glass ""bubbles"" you can stick your head in to be part of the exhibit. The 4-D movie we paid extra for was in no way worth the price. But what you're really paying for is the HUGE tank with the whale sharks. It really is impressive and probably the reason they say they're the largest aquarium. If you're visiting Atlanta and can avoid the weekends, I think it's probably something to see...but I've been to better aquariums (Chatanooga and Baltimore) that took longer to go through and had more to see.