The city's oldest tavern is a great place to sip a cold one, watch the game, or take in a delicious weekend brunch. A ... More
Atkin's Park Restaurant
The city's oldest tavern is a great place to sip a cold one, watch the game, or take in a delicious weekend brunch. A favorite with the Emory and young professional crowds, the place really moves most nights, but never loses its laid-back tavern atmosphere. The menu includes Georgia Mountain Trout, Rusty's Creole Jambalaya, as well as a host of other pasta, seafood, steak and vegetarian choices. The bar also has a light late-night menu with appetizers and sandwiches.
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The most expansive and popular of Atlanta's city parks was originally laid out for the Cotton States and International Exposition
of 1895. It now attracts more than 2 million visitors annually. Dog owners, sun seekers and sports enthusiasts flock ...
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