There is plenty to explore in Atlanta!

Hop on the beltline and walk north towards the 189 acre piedmont park, which includes the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Going south, you can explore Ponce City Market (don't miss Spiller Park, David's favorite coffee), the restaurants of Inman Park, the slightly grnugy neighborhood of Little Five Points, Krog Street Market, the funky neighborhood of Cabbagetown (you get the point...)

Check out some of the street art along and under the beltline and along Wylie Street (Rising Red Lotus a local favorite)

Just a bit off the beltline is the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Park, and nearby is Edgewood Avenue, a mecca of African American culture. All along the beltline there are bars, restaurants and other fun things to check out.

Please ask us for specific recommendations if needed...

Restaurants, Bars, Coffee

Old Forth Ward/Inman Park/Beltline Area

Victory Sandwich Bar

El Super Pan (Cuban Sandwich)

Pizza Jeans

Amazza (Pizza)

Varuni Napoli (Pizza)

Field Day

Guac Y Margy's (Margaritas)

Yalla (Israeli)

Rina (Israeli)

Spiller Park (Coffee)

Dancing Goats (Coffee)

Lady Bird (great outdoor space)

Bread and Butterfly (French Bistro)

The Porter (beer and gastropub)

Lotta Frutta (fresh fruit cocktails, Sandwiches, etc)

Carroll Street Cafe

Sweet Green (salads)

Many options in Ponce City Market and Krog Street Market

Vinoteca (wine tastings, would be a great activity before welcome drinks!)

Buford Highway

Snackbox Bistro (Lao)

Shoyo Izakaya (Japanese)

Mamak (Malaysian)

Food Terminal (SE Asian)

Lan Zhao Ramen (Hand pulled Chinese noodles)

Buford Highway Farmers Market (endless international grocery)

Canton House (Dim Sum)

Supermercado Chicago (Taco stand in back of grocery)

Lee's Bakery (Ban Mi)

Ding Tea (bubble tea)

Pearl's tea (bubble tea)

East Atlanta Village/Other

OK Yaki (Japanese bar food)

Gaja (Korean)

Patal Plaza (authentic Indian)

Chai Pani (Fancy Indian)

Wild Haven Brewery