Category: Drinks

  • Atlanta juice bars
    Dining, Drinks – July 19, 2019

    Fresh Squeezed Goodness: Juice Bars in Midtown

    Juice has come a long way since we were young. As kids, it was all about Hawaiian Punch or Sunny Delight or whatever sugary nectar we could get our hands on. These days, we know that real juice is all natural and contains vitamins, antioxidants, and other nutrients that can kick your body’s natural processes […]

  • 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 Irish pubs
    Drinks, Midtown – March 7, 2019

    Lovely Day for a Guinness: Atlanta’s Best Irish Pubs

    With St. Patrick’s day fast approaching, it’s time to be on the lookout for opportunities to break out your green clothes and celebrate the rich culture of the tiny emerald isle of Ireland. One of the best ways to do that is to seek out your local Irish pub and mingle with other shamrock seekers and […]

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