Category: Dining

  • Atlanta seafood restaurants
    Dining – June 20, 2019

    Sea Yourself in These Midtown ATL Seafood Restaurants

    Buttery lobster… Crunchy crab legs… Flaky halibut… Is your mouth watering yet? If it is, you’re a seafood fan too! Lucky for you, we are surrounded by top notch seafood restaurants right here in Midtown. Whether you are an occasional seafood consumer or a full on fish fanatic, there are plenty of opportunities to indulge […]

  • Georgia wine tasting
    Activities & Recreation, Drinks – June 12, 2019

    Relax and Re-wine With a Georgia Wine Tour

    When most people think wine, their minds automatically go to California, Oregon, or even New York. But Georgia is one of the hidden treasures of the wine world. And what better way to spend a weekend than exploring the rich flavors of our native wineries! Just a couple hours’ drive North, Georgia wine country is […]

  • Atlanta hotdogs
    Dining, Midtown – April 21, 2019

    The Best Places to Grab a Hot Dog in Midtown ATL

    America and hotdogs go together like ketchup and mustard. Or hot dogs and buns? For the sake of the blog, we’ll continue without settling on a hot dog simile. As an expanding trend, hot dog carts and shops are popping up everywhere here in Atlanta. That’s why we wanted to give you a quick guide […]

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