Historic Fourth Ward Skatepark

The arrival of Atlanta’s first public skatepark was greeted with great excitement – with a real life skateboard legend breaking it in. Located alongside the Atlanta BeltLine corridor in the shadow of Freedom Parkway, the park offers world-class skateboard amenities as well as a playground and multi-use athletic field. Opened in spring 2011, it has…

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Jake’s Ice Cream

Jake’s Ice Cream is an Atlanta cult favorite featuring flavors like Chocolate Slap Yo Mama, Brown Shugah Vanilla, Nutter Nanner Elvis, Key Lime Piescream, Diesel Fuel and Sin-Oh-Man! There are 100 flavors and counting. Jake himself still invites folks in to make ice cream with him always in search of the next great flavor. There…

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Jackson Street Bridge

This is the go-to vista for Atlantans and tourists alike when it comes to capturing the iconic Atlanta skyline. While its popularity has spiked in recent years due to its feature on AMC’s The Walking Dead, the bridge has always been a popular destination for tourists. With its moderate mid-day and mid-evening traffic, the Jackson…

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The Sound Table

The Sound Table was started by the people that brought Atlanta Top Flr; a slick little midtown restaurant that reinvented the Atlanta grand dining experience back in 2007. Since 2010 The Sound Table has been the Old 4th Ward outpost for Darren Carr’s and Jeff Myers’s vision of a restaurant experience built around small plates…

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Old 4th Distillery

Come take a tour at Atlanta’s first legal distillery since the temperance movement kicked them all out of Atlanta in 1907. While you won’t taste any bourbon, you’re sure to be impressed by their one-of-a-kind Lawn Dart made with their cane sugar vodka, lemon peel, and cold-pressed ginger juice. Old Fourth Distillery was started by…

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The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum

The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum is the only Presidential Library in the southeast. Its archives offer a wonderful source of information for researchers. Its museum, which re-opened Oct. 1, 2009 after a $10 million redesign, showcases the life and career of the 39th President. The library sits in a beautifully landscaped 35 acre…

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Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Park

The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site represents the lives and legacies of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his wife, Mrs. Coretta Scott King. Contributing features include Dr. King’s birthplace and childhood home at 501 Auburn Avenue; a portion of the surrounding neighborhood, including an 1894 Fire Station, The King Center complex, the…

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Jack’s Pizza & Wings

Jack’s is Atlanta’s current reigning king of alternative pizza shops. It’s a dive, and owner/cook Jack couldn’t be more proud. They’ve got live DJs, super-popular trivia nights, dirty bingo and silly specials that really show their irreverent personality, i.e. “If it’s 40°F or below sit on the patio and get 40% off food!” As you…

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Georgia Beer Garden

Drink amazing local craft beers in an enchanting garden atmosphere at one of Atlanta’s best kept secrets. Selection and locality are the main points of pride for the guys at GBG; there’s 110 varieties of beer to prove it. The passion doesn’t stop with the suds, though. From BBQ Eggplant to Thai Tofu Tacos, Georgia…

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Deep End

At our cocktail bar in Atlanta, GA, we provide food, drinks, and good times to those looking to experience the best things in life. Whether you want a tasty cocktail, filling quesadilla, or a relaxing, casual atmosphere, we deliver all this and more.  At our bar, we host a variety of events such as comedy shows,…

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Sweet Auburn Historic District

Stroll down Sweet Auburn Avenue, the heart of African-American commerce and culture in Atlanta at the turn of the century. Discover landmarks of the Civil Rights Movement, and several historic African-American churches including Big Bethel AME Church, the first African-American church in Atlanta, and Ebenezer Baptist Church, the spiritual home of Dr. Martin Luther King,…

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Krispy Kreme on Ponce

If you’ve never been to a Krispy Kreme, I mean a real Krispy Kreme with all the cogs and belts exposed — this is the one to go to. Most Atlantans can’t remember or imagine a time where this building did not exist, and to that fact this location is often mistakenly credited as the…

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