Great Gift Shop! Very large selection and very unique gift ideas! Highly recommend stopping by if in the area!
I enjoyed the beauty of the building. There was a huge amount of seating which was comfortable. The popcorn was great.
King of Pops is the absolute best! An Atlanta staple at its finest. The window on Elizabeth is the best place to get them, too - they've always got a variety of flavors and it's fun to eat your pops while people-watching on the beltline. I recommend the chocolate sea salt, the thai iced tea and the banana cinnamon if they have it!
This is a really unique spot to Atlanta - I love that they have ciders, as well as local Georgia beers, wines, and liquors. There is a ton of selection, and the staff is super knowledgeable to help you pick something you'll definitely like. They don't typically have any food (they'll sometimes have food trucks on the weekends), but you're able to bring in your own food, which is awesome.
I hope someone will desire me the way I crave these Popsicles haha! Is it worth the money? Hell yes! I love the experimental ingredients infused in one bar! It's a party in my mouth when I treat myself to a popsicle. The texture is amazing, there's a flavor sensation in every bite, and it's local! I'm done, you need no more convincing. Oh, and try the Poptails too. They're better than any crafty, highbrow cocktail I've tasted. Thank me later, and you're welcome!
Fox Theatre is not only overflowing with history, but an exceptionally beautiful venue. It is by far our favorite indoor venue ever. There are no bad seats, the acoustics are wonderful and the "stars" in the sky are rather amazing.
King of Pops is one of my favs and I love that you can find a pop up stand almost anywhere in the city. My favorite is the cookies and cream.
My favorite place to grab a popsicle in Atlanta is King of Pops! I personally love going to the Elizabeth St one while I’m biking the Beltline. King of Pops makes innovative pops and also locally source the ingredients! The popsicles typically cost $3 and there are so many flavors to try. I recommend getting the Strawberry Lemonade, Chocolate Sea Salt, or Raspberry Lime one!King of Pops offers cocktails now too! The cocktails are too expensive in my opinion at $9.99 but I will say they are fairly strong. I tried the Raspberry Lime one and if you like fruity, sweet flavors, I think you’d like it!
I love Village Theater! It is one of the smaller and more intimate comedy theaters in Atlanta, but that's what makes it so great. Awesome comedians (there are a few regulars that are my favorites) and normally a great crowd. It's an improv theater, and they also teach improv classes that anyone can sign up for. You can purchase beer/wine and some snacks in the lobby before the show and at intermission - the alcohol is pretty cheaps, so load up! You can also purchase whole bottles and share with your group which is nice. Easy, free parking behind the theater as well!
Great location just off of Howell Mill close to west midtown. Urban Tree is great because they carry local cider from the farm in Georgia, and they also carry a variety of other local brews and spirits from Georgia as well! If you're looking for a truly local experience, check this place out!