Category: Midtown

  • Farmers' Market
    Midtown – October 8, 2019

    Atlanta Farmers Market Guide | Broadstone Midtown

    It’s harvest season, which means it’s also prime time to visit the bountiful farmers’ markets Atlanta has to offer! Sure, the grocery store might have everything in stock, but there’s nothing like buying fresh cut kale from the person who grew it. Shopping local produce is often the best way to find fresh fruits and […]

  • Atlanta Southern restaurants
    Dining, Midtown – September 13, 2019

    The Best Southern Eats in Midtown Atlanta

    When it comes to homestyle, classic Southern grub, nobody does it better than A-Town! From banana pudding to sweet cornbread to buttery grits, the finger licking goodness of Southern cuisine is on full display in Atlanta restaurants. When you’re missing mama’s cooking or just want a heaping helping of comfort food, try one of these Midtown […]

  • Atlanta bowling alleys
    Activities & Recreation, Midtown – August 7, 2019

    Bowling Over the Competition: Atlanta Bowling Alleys

    There are a lot of life lessons you can learn from bowling. Stepping over the line can lead to trouble. Be careful or you may end up in the gutter. Accuracy is more important than brute force. But the most important lesson is: bowling is a ton of fun! Whether you bowl in a league […]

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