First We Feast: "Try this: The Blind Pirate—a well-crafted double IPA —is MNB's first brew sold in a bomber, which hop heads will gladly spend their booty on. A limited coffee version is on deck, too."
Samir Gillani: "Hands down the best restaurant in Atlanta! Get the She Crab Soup, Peel and Eat GA Shrimp (messy but worth it!), the duck fat swordfish (holy it's good!), and fish & chips (huge!). Valet is only $3."
Atlanta: "With more than 800 beers, The Porter, in Atlanta’s Little Five Points neighborhood, will give you plenty of reasons to return. Find your new favorite brew and don’t miss their famous Belgian Fries."
Chad Elkins: "Meat takes the spotlight at this world famous BBQ joint, but vegetarians can enjoy a terrific meal here as well. Try the griddled pimento cheese sandwich paired with one of many delicious side items."
Kaitlin T: "Cool shops and restaurants, and lots more coming in. Plus it's right off the Beltline. A very cool addition to ATL, much like NYC's Chelsea Market, Boston's Public Market, and Seattle's Pike Place."
Men's Health Mag: "Block out an hour or two for an important history lesson: Visit the civil rights leader's childhood home, the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church where he served as pastor, and his gravesite."
Sara Friedman: "A great path for sights, art, exercising, and getting around town by foot! Caveat (for runners): on the weekend it gets a bit tricky to go running on the trail while navigating through the crowds!"
Greatist: "What you’ll see: Wall art, sculptures, & trees planted by Trees Atlanta. There are also several shops and restaurants along the way. The trail leads into Piedmont Park, one of Atlanta's largest parks."