Eat & Drink at Hotel Clermont: A great meal should make you feel just a little insane, like new love or a sleepless night… exhausted, but happy. You’ll find that feeling here, at the café, in Tiny Lou’s, or on the rooftop. We feel it, too. Coffee, Lunch, Brunch, Late Night eats, drinks and rooftop…..PLUS the legendary CLERMONT LOUNGE, SEE HERE: - Atlanta's oldest and most popular dive bar and strip club. The hottest club in Atlanta.
McCoughtry’s is A Happy Place! We offer a range of ice cream flavors, Vegan Options Available, Italian Ice, Homemade Waffle Cones, Waffles, and Sandwiches with Icecream!! McCoughtry's icecream is the dream of WNBA super star Angel McCoughtry.
Amélie’s was born in 2007 from a collaboration of three certifiable foodies who love what the French brought to the world of French cooking. While we’re known for our salted caramel brownies and array of French macaron flavors, we also take pride in our soups like our Spinach Asparagus Leek soup, available year-round; sandwiches like our Croque Monsieur; seasonal salads; and our coffee, tea and specialty beverage offerings.
  • Java Jive
    790 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast Atlanta, Georgia 30306
BREAKFAST! “What a gem! I recently moved down the street and decided to walk over one morning. Breakfast is my all time favorite meal, especially getting to have it out. Java Jive didn't disappoint. It's retro decor added to the charm, but most importantly the food was good and the service great. Honestly I don't think I've had a more polite and attentive server. The prices were fair and the portion just right. Not sure what brand of coffee they serve, but it was really good! Come early to beat the crowd and you'll enjoy yourself.”
Kevin Rathbun Steak features Prime steaks from Allen Brothers in Chicago. The incorporation of local produce and a completely chef driven menu with organic meats and heritage bred animals has continued to keep this restaurant as one of the top new steakhouses in the United States. Since opening, Kevin Rathbun Steak has received worldwide food accolades.
Inspired by the famous Southwestern artist, Georgia O’Keeffe, the Georgia Grille in Atlanta intermingles the flavors of the Southwest, the hospitality of the South and our signature Key Lime Margaritas! For over 17 years, Karen Hilliard and her staff have been serving her unique interpretation of Southwestern fare in a casual, kicked-back style. From the aroma of her famous Lobster Enchiladas, to the old wormwood bar where top shelf margaritas and a thoughtful wine selection are poured, to the signature Coca Cola cooler, you know exactly where you are when you step into the Georgia Grille, and you can’t help but smile… and stay awhile.
Authentic Georgia-style barbecue, Smoke Ring offers a unique twist on typical barbecue dishes. Signature starters include our BBQ Deviled Eggs and Smoked and Fried Gator Tail. The BBQ joint offers a seasonally driven menu and a drink menu featuring Southern elixirs, Georgia wines, a wide variety local and domestic beers, and moonshine.
SUSHI+BURGERS+COMFORT COCKTAILS: located in downtown Atlanta in the Historic Art District Castleberry Hill. Offering up the best sushi in Downtown Atlanta as well as great items from our grill. Want sushi? We got that. In the mood for a burger and a beer? We got that too. You can even sign up to take a Sushi making class on the website!
No Mas! Cantina serves delicious Mexican fare in a delightful atmosphere created from artisan crafted decor. The menu combines richly flavored favorites and unique regional dishes with a special flair, like the skewered Shrimp Alambres or the best Fajitas, tender and juicy. Wondrous desserts include Cuatro Leches cake, cinnamon-sugary Sopapillas, and the creamiest caramel sauce topped Flan. Scrumptious Brunch items are available Saturday and Sunday from 11 to 2, in addition to the regular menu. In our own ADios Cafe, breakfast is available 7 days a week, 8-11am.
  • Paschal's
    180 Northside Drive Southwest Atlanta, Georgia 30313
Paschal’s Restaurant, an historic and soulful dining experience, features southern specialties such as fried chicken, braised short ribs, smothered pork chops and our famous peach cobbler. Located downtown Atlanta, in the Castleberry Hill Arts District, Paschal’s has a rich history that dates back to 1947 when the Paschal brothers, James and Robert Paschal opened their first location at 831 West Hunter Street in Atlanta, Georgia. The brothers decided ‘Fried Chicken’ would be the specialty of the house, and with that mandate, Robert created his ‘secret recipe’. Paschal’s Restaurant became the ‘meeting place’ for some of the most notable entertainers, politicians, and business people.
Match Bamboo Lounge is your island-inspired getaway located in Atlanta, Georgia – a chill destination featuring premium food and drink that accentuates the themed-setting’s comfort and enhances the experience in general.
A southern eatery. The Old Lady Gang (OLG) was conceptualized in 2016, when husband and wife team, New York City native Todd Tucker & Atlanta, Georgia native Kandi Burruss-Tucker had the great idea of sharing some of the delicious downhome Southern recipes, that Kandi was raised on as a child and has come to love as an adult, with the public. Although Kandi may credit herself for mastering some of the traditional family recipes, she also gives credit where credit is due; to her mother Joyce Jones, aunts Bertha Jones & Nora Wilcox, affectionately known as the “Old Lady Gang,” for teaching her a few things in the kitchen.
Ria's Bluebird is the best of them all. It's a little off the beaten path, but you'll be glad you made the journey. Items of note on the menu for breakfast, which is served all day, include the biscuits and gravy, shrimp and grits, and sweet potato cake. The "Brisket Breakfast" with Angus beef that's been slow-roasted for 14 hrs. might be the most filling dish. "The New York Times" makes the bold claim that Ria's has "the world's best pancakes." While the South as a whole may not cater to vegetarians, Ria's certainly does.
Home grown offers creative and delicious breakfast options and a hearty brunch menu on the weekend. Home grown has already become a favorite neighborhood hangout spot for residents nearby and a mandatory stopping point for just about anyone else passing through the east Atlanta area by car, bike, scooter, motorcycle, or on foot.
Nuevo Laredo Cantina was opened in Summer of 1992 by owner Chance Evans. A lover of Mexico, its food and culture, he first brought authentic Mexican fare to Atlanta in the 1980s with the sole intention of offering authentic, home-cooked Mexican food. It only took a year before Nuevo Laredo Cantina won it’s first “Best of Atlanta” award by Atlanta Magazine. The restaurant has won this award (among others including the coveted “Zagat Award of Distinction”) every year to date since then. The formula is simple: serve the best, fresh, authentic Mexican fare at a reasonable price by an attentive staff in a casual environment.
Miller Union, the restaurant, was founded in 2009 by James Bear award-wining chef Steven Satterfield and his co-owner Neal McCarthy. They created a rustic, yet modern atmosphere. Satterfield cooks in an organic way by reacting to the ever-changing harvest of the seasons. The restaurant embodies an authentic approach to farmstead-inspired cooking, in which ingredients drive the menu with a lean on Southern history. McCarthy’s acclaimed wine program complements the style of Satterfield’s cooking with a dynamic wine list that focuses on small producers with sustainable farming practices.
If you want to “impress the pants off your foodie date”, fans recommend chef-owner Robert Phalen’s Inman Park American showcasing his “well-thought-out” menu of “unforgettable” fare made with “farm-fresh” ingredients; though “nice and dressy”, it’s “not fussy or pompous”. And if you want one of the best burgers on the planet, get `The Meatstick’ (not on the menu).
At Baraonda, tradition is a way of life that is relished & often celebrated with good friends, great joy and exceptional food. Baraonda transports guests to Italy while embracing the warmth & southern charm of Atlanta.
In a nondescript building on the Westside of Atlanta, Giovanni Di Palma built his pizzeria from scraps and stones. Within weeks of opening Antico Pizza Napoletana, lines of locals, visitors and celebrities formed around the block. Antico is now a name synonymous with pizza greatness. Little Italia is the best place to be – in the heart of it all – with Antico Pizza Napoletana, Gio’s Chicken Italiano & Maccheroni, Caffè Antico and Bar Amalfi recreating the magnificent energy of the classic Italian street scene.
Thai Sushi Sake Bar Full bar draft beer happy hours. Delivery.
  • Buteco
    1039 Grant St SE Atlanta, GA 30315
Located in The Beacon Atlanta, Grant Park's transformative commercial development, Buteco Coffee & Bar is a Brazilian-inspired, full-service coffeehouse and bar with a comfortable, friendly setting; a unique menu of delicious coffees, teas, soft drinks, beers, wines, ciders, and spirits along with well-crafted, traditional Brazilian street fare and small plates. Buteco's bar emphasizes cachaça-based cocktails (like Brazil's national drink, the Caipirinha), craft beer, cider, wine, and mixed drinks. Buteco's roster of silver and barrel-aged Brazilian cachaças is one of the largest in Atlanta. the fresh lime-based Caipirinha is the house specialty. Buteco's main bar room is a custom-made maple
  • 8ARM
    710 Ponce De Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30306
See Hours HERE: A “unique take on a local coffee shop”, this “hip” Virginia Highland kitchen has an “airy”, crisp design that reflects its modern approach to New American cafe fare, with smart but more casual breakfast and lunch service easing into a seasonal dinner menu with “lots of fresh items”, especially local veggies; bonus: a “tiki-themed” patio bar slings “creative” cocktails.
  • Octopus Bar
    560 Gresham Avenue Southeast Atlanta, Georgia 30316
Octopus bar was opened in 2011 by Chefs Angus Brown (RIP) and Nhan Le. They come from different culinary backgrounds and after collaborating on a supper series realized they each emphasized seasonal, market-driven ingredients, sourced locally and from Asian and European markets. Octopus bar represents the intersection between a local eatery and punk rock fine dining. As one of Atlanta’s most notable food critics mused, `Le and Brown are serving food specifically geared toward the passions of chefs. The menu is a collection of international oddities…..and is also the next step in our city's evolution, an evolution that broadens the definition of dining — how it works, when it happens, and who
The Landmark Diner is a true NY Greek Diner. Offering a large menu of almost anything your heart desires 24/7.
NOTE: In true Georgia style the eponymous Waffle House has many locations near The Elliott Inn. You can find your preferred location on their website at
•Food Tours Atlanta- *Choose from several different food tours and book online! Or call: 404-800-5796 Food Tours Atlanta is a boutique culinary, history, and art experience. All of our restaurants are locally owned and operated, and are the very best at what they do. Prove it? Food Tours Atlanta has more James Beard award-winning chefs than any other food tour in the state. So, book a tour and skip breakfast. You’re going to be glad you did. Food Tours Atlanta is a 2 time TripAdvisor Award of Excellence winner.
Centennial Olympic Park not only serves as a legacy of the 1996 Olympic Games, but is the center of a thriving tourist district with neighbors that include the College Football Hall of Fame, the Center for Civil & Human Rights, the World of Coca-Cola, Georgia Aquarium, CNN Center and Imagine It! The Children’s Museum. This downtown Atlanta park is an urban oasis offering an abundance of activities and things to do for visitors, families, convention attendees and locals.
Georgia Aquarium is an entertaining, intriguing and educational experience for guests of all ages. While promoting a fun and enjoyable learning experience, the Aquarium instills in its guests a new appreciation for the world’s aquatic biodiversity. One of the Georgia Aquarium’s major goals is to be the leading facility for aquatic animal conservation and research. On a global scale, the Georgia Aquarium supports, conducts, and leads research on environmental and conservation issues.
  • Piedmont Bark
    501 Amsterdam Avenue Northeast Atlanta, Georgia 30306
One of the great features of Piedmont Park is that it accessible from countless entry points reachable by walking, bicycle, MARTA or car. Piedmont Park is surrounded by Piedmont Avenue, Monroe Drive and 10th Street. Visitors can enter from multiple entry points such as the 12th or 14th Street gates off Piedmont Avenue, or the Charles Allen Gate off of 10th Street. A popular way to get to the park is the Atlanta Beltline which comes into the North end of the park near the Piedmont Commons, and into the South end at the intersection of 10th Street and Monroe Drive. Piedmont Park is filled with a multitude of recreational events and activities.
The Atlanta BeltLine is a loop of 22 miles of modern streetcar (an expansion of the Atlanta Streetcar), 33 miles of multi-use trail, and 2,000 acres of parks. As of 2016, the Atlanta BeltLine consists of four open trails; two trails under construction; seven parks; intensive planning for modern streetcar expansion; more than $3 billion in private economic redevelopment; hundreds of affordable workforce homes; free fitness classes; a linear arboretum; and urban farm; and the largest temporary public art exhibition in the south.
Since the Garden opened its doors in 1976, it has become the emerald jewel in the crown of Atlanta culture. The Garden is an ever-evolving destination where the horticulturally-minded, nature-inspired and fun-seeking families come together to feel human again. Renowned plant collections, beautiful displays and spectacular exhibitions make the Atlanta Botanical Garden the loveliest place in the city to visit. An urban oasis in the heart of Midtown, the Garden includes 30 acres of outdoor gardens, an award-winning Children’s Garden, the serene Storza Woods highlighted by a unique Canopy Walk, and the picturesque Skyline Garden.
As early as the 1960s the Georgia Department of Transportation began to draw up plans for a toll road that would link the Stone Mountain Freeway with Downtown Atlanta and extend Georgia 400 south to I-675. This crisscross of interstate-like toll roads had what are now some of Atlanta’s most desirable neighborhoods in its path – Inman Park, Candler Park, Druid Hills (designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, father of landscape architecture and designer of New York’s Central Park), Poncey-Highland, Virginia-Highland, Morningside, and Lake Claire. The Park now connects the many revived in-town neighborhoods whose residents fought to stop the roads.
Now more than 125 years removed from its historical origins, Zoo Atlanta has evolved from a quaint picnic stop where people visited wild animals to a conservation organization seeking to engage the public in the lives of its animal ambassadors and the preservation of their counterparts in the wild. The long journey from Victorian curiosity to national leader has not been without its challenges, but the mission, animals, programs and people of Zoo Atlanta will ensure that history will continue to be made.
Get exclusive, behind-the-scenes access to the world headquarters of CNN, only with CNN Studio Tours. Take a 50-minute walking tour with your very own guide through the halls of CNN Center and get an inside look at how a live broadcast is produced and sent to viewers all over the world. You will also get a more in-depth look at how the world’s largest news organization operates. From the historic first newscast to the now living legacy, learn how CNN became the worldwide leader in news. For more information or to make a reservation, please call 1-877-4CNNTOUR or visit us online at
World of Coca-Cola at Pemberton Place® celebrated its Grand Opening on May 24, 2007. It’s the only place where you can explore the fascinating story of Coca‑Cola® – the world’s best-known beverage brand. Learn a little more about us before your visit.
Atlanta Movie Tours was born from the many (Many) movies and television shows which have been shot in Atlanta and Georgia over the past 10 years. The tour company (located just in Castleberry Hill) features a multitude of entertainment tours for every film and tv buffs taste! Check out their website and `Get in and Geek Out!’
Pin_tourism_without_shadow.png|33.751612,-84 Buy tickets online or call us at (888) 503-5662 Atlanta is a city of heroes. A city steeped with block after block of historic buildings and places where Black people struggled and prospered to make Atlanta the citadel for Black America & the cradle of the Civil Rights movement. Civil Rights Tours Atlanta is about you — taking you to the places where history was made by those who made history. Tours start from in front of the grave of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the King Center, 449 Auburn Avenue NE, Atlanta Georgia 30312 (MAP)
Towering nearly 20 stories above Centennial Park, the SkyView Ferris wheel features 42 climate-controlled gondolas providing guests with breathtaking panoramic views of downtown Atlanta and the surrounding metropolitan area. Those looking for an even more enhanced experience will enjoy our VIP gondola boasting Ferrari style seats, glass floor and a longer flight time. With our convenient location just steps from many of Atlanta’s most popular attractions, SkyView Atlanta is the perfect compliment to your downtown adventure.
The state of Georgia is full of incredible parks featuring the best that nature has to offer, many as a day trip from downtown Atlanta. Whether hiking, cycling, canoeing or picnicking among waterfalls you’ll find something in Georgia’s state parks. READ MORE HERE:
Pin_tourism_without_shadow.png|33.624833,-84 Within one block of The Elliott Inn and many more around, you will find a station for Atlanta’s Bike Share Program, RELAY. This is a fun and easy way to get around town.
Pin_tourism_without_shadow.png|33.7522,-84 All across Atlanta, Bird droppings are upon us. As of today, the Bird system of dockless, electric, lightweight scooters is lifting off in Atlanta as a means of “last mile” trips that link commuters between transit and home—or to anywhere too far to walk, or too close to drive, to. You can find Bird drops all over Atlanta. Check out the website and download their App to begin.
  • Wine Shoe
    339 Nelson St SW Atlanta, GA 30313
Known for their `walk-in wine tastings’ the average Wine Shoe wine is not going to be found at any area grocery store. But that doesn’t mean every wine has a high price point. The shop offers standbys and surprises, affordable options, and bottles for special occasions. There’s something for everyone. Host an event or take a wine class too!
Exclusive provider of handmade bath and body products to The Elliott Inn, Iwi Fresh offers organic handmade products and comfort services. Manicures, Pedicures, Facials, Massages, Waxing, Threading and Hair Care.
Visit the Artisan Market in No Mas for gifts or for yourself! Hacienda, featuring the work of over 500 artists and artisans from Mexico.
We believe in providing you with something special - delicious gourmet popcorn that you can feel good about eating! The guiding concept of our business is to provide a product made from all natural, non-GMO ingredients, without sacrificing flavor or texture. Our popcorn is always fresh, made with high quality ingredients, integrity, and love. This is a new venture for our family, we're putting our hearts and souls into it in hopes that you'll become our happy customers! Amy and Carl Tyler
Founded in 2008, Iridium Clothing Co. is a lifestyle brand with three locations – our flagship location in Chicago’s Wicker Park, Iridium 77 Lab inside Block 37 Chicago and our Atlanta store. We feature our in-house label Iridium along with other premium streetwear brands such as Nike, Supreme and Bape.
Great service, easy drop off and pick up.
Pharmacy and drugstore which fills prescriptions and sells health products, snacks, and basic groceries.
Ponce City Market breathes new life into the historic Sears, Roebuck & Co. building in Atlanta. The classic structure, which is the area’s largest adaptive reuse project, has been reinvented as a vibrant community hub housing the Central Food Hall, various shops, flats and offices, all while pointing back to the roots of its inception. The market infuses vigor and excitement into this historically-significant structure, located in one of Atlanta’s most cherished neighborhoods.
The Nation’s No. 1 Product Destination. AmericasMart Atlanta is a leading wholesale marketplace housing the nation’s largest gift product mix complemented by a broad selection of home accents, décor, tabletop, gourmet, area rug and fashion apparel merchandise. Its 16 annual markets and shows serve specialty retailers, designers and major buying groups from every U.S. state and more than 70 countries.
Everything you need for essentials and supermarket food.
Everything you need for essentials and supermarket food.
Arts and Entertainment
The 2nd Friday of every month, the Castleberry Hill Art Stroll is held throughout the neighborhood! It is a self-guided tour and is completely FREE of charge! Come Stroll and shop through Castleberry Hill, Atlanta’s Historic & Arts District, during the next installment of the 2nd Friday Art Stroll, the Best Art Stroll in Atlanta and just named One of the Top 10 Arts Districts in the Country! *NOTE: For the Spring/Summer/Fall periods of the year, guests staying at the Elliott Inn will be treated during the CHNA Monthly Art Stroll to the Elliott Street Pub’s world famous `molten iron pour’! Check with us on dates for these events!
Art paintings, sculptures photography and art frames. Step into a 1885 building with the art and flair of a European Salon. This evening in the Castleberry Hill Gallery where owner Massoud Besharat mixes business with pleasure, you will meet a collector whose calling card reads 'Saint and Poet'.
Calvin Lockwood is an Atlanta-based commercial photographer specializing in food, beverage, still life, product, editorial, advertising and catalog photography. He has more than 20 years of experience on location or in his studio in downtown Atlanta.
In Castleberry since 2005, founded in 1995. International and regional contemporary artists of exceptional merit.
  • ZuCot Gallery
    100 Centennial Olympic Park Dr NW Atlanta, GA 30313
Zucot Gallery is the largest African-American owned fine art gallery in the Southeast. Located in the historic Castleberry Hill district of downtown Atlanta, our 3,500 sq. foot space offers an eclectic decor and features some of the most prolific contemporary artists of our time.
Liana Delgado creates Contemporary Floral/Still-life Oil Paintings, and Abstract Monotype Prints. Coalescing color and drawing is the signature character of her work. Vibrant hues enrich Liana's floral/still-life compositions. Her palette and design is influenced by ancient Chinese artists' artwork on porcelain, as well as, favored master painters, Georgia O'Keeffe and Janet Fish. Liana's more complex still-life works incorporate Greek mythological stories or Asian symbolism.
Explore the fundamental rights of all human beings in the city of civil rights. Leave empowered to join the conversation in your own community.
A revered cemetery and vibrant park to honor Atlanta’s past and celebrate its future. Gardens, history, art, and architecture fill Oakland Cemetery. The Historic Oakland Foundation partners with the City of Atlanta to preserve, restore, enhance, and share Oakland Cemetery with the public as an important cultural resource and as an island of tranquility in the heart of the city. Great to bring a picnic lunch to.
Established in 1968 by Mrs. Coretta Scott King, The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change (“The King Center”) has been a global destination, resource center and community institution for over a quarter century. The King Center is a 501(c)3. Nearly a million people each year make pilgrimage to the National Historic Site to learn, be inspired and pay their respects to Dr. King’s legacy. Both a traditional memorial and programmatic nonprofit, the King Center was envisioned by its founder to be “no dead monument, but a living memorial filled with all the vitality that was his, a center of human endeavor, committed to the causes for which he lived and died.”
Shortly after taking office as President, Jimmy Carter expressed interest in building a Presidential Library “someplace in Georgia.” After surveying a number of potential areas, today’s thirty-acre location was selected. The facility includes the presidential library (donated to the federal government) and privately maintained spaces such as President Carter’s office, offices for foundations he supports, and The Carter Center of Emory University. The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum was dedicated during the museum opening on October 1, 1986.
The Fox Story: TODAY, The Fox Theatre is a world-renowned concert and event venue like no other, but it began its story in a most unusual way. In 1928, the Fox was originally conceived as a home for Atlanta’s Shriners organization. To create a headquarters befitting the group’s prominent social status, the Shriners looked to the ancient temples of the Far East to inspire a mosque-style structure befitting their stature. Bursting with soaring domes, minarets and sweeping archways, the exterior of the building gave way to stunning gold leaf details, sumptuous textiles and exquisite trompe l’oeil art (an art technique that uses realistic imagery to create optical illusions) inside.
The Rialto Center for the Arts is an 833-seat performing-arts venue owned and operated by Georgia State University and located in the heart of the Fairlie-Poplar district in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. An intimate, cultural centerpiece of the city, the venue is home to the Rialto Series, an annual subscription series featuring national and international jazz, world music, and dance. The Rialto also routinely presents Georgia State University School of Music performances, the annual National Black Arts Festival, and many others.
The High has grown from its origins in a stately home on Peachtree Street to become the leading art museum in the Southeast. Originally founded in 1905 as the Atlanta Art Association, the High Museum of Art received its first permanent home in 1926, when Mrs. Joseph M. High donated her family’s residence on Peachtree Street. In 1955, the Museum moved to a new brick structure adjacent to the original High house. The Atlanta Memorial Arts Center opened in 1968 with the High Museum of Art at its center. With more than 15,000 works of art in its permanent collection, the High has an extensive anthology of significant works in its collection.
Founded in 1995, Dad's Garage is an award-winning non-profit theatre company that brings in over 30,000 people a year at our new Ezzard Street home in Atlanta's historic Old Fourth Ward, public events across the continent, and festivals around the globe. Each season features original plays and world premieres created by our performers; this creates the backbone of our programming. Dad's Garage serves a younger demographic not typically served by traditional arts organizations. We introduce them to other arts organizations—such as The Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Opera, and Atlanta Ballet—through strategic programming collaborations. We have established ourselves as a “Gateway Drug to the Arts”
The Atlanta History Center was founded on the big ideas and relentless fascination of 14 Atlantans who were emphatic about our city’s historical relevance in society. In a sense, our organization was created by Atlanta’s biggest fans, and we love that detail. In 1926, these founding members introduced the Atlanta Historical Society into the world with one mission: to help preserve Atlanta’s history. In 1990, after decades of collecting, researching, publishing and celebrating the early stories of our great Southern community, the Atlanta Historical Society and all of its holdings officially became the Atlanta History Center.
Anchoring the west end of the Sweet Auburn historic district, the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History opened May 1994 in Atlanta. A special library of the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System (A-FPLS), it is the first public library in the Southeast to offer specialized reference and archival collections dedicated to the study and research of African American culture and history and of other peoples of African descent. In 2001 the library received a Governor's Award in the Humanities.
The Center for Puppetry Arts, located in Atlanta, is the United States' largest organization dedicated to the art form of puppetry. The center focuses on three areas: performance, education and museum. It is one of the few puppet museums in the world. The center is located in Midtown, the city's arts district. It was founded in 1978 by Vincent Anthony.
The Children's Museum of Atlanta is a children's museum located in Atlanta, Georgia. Founded in 1988 as a "Museum Without Walls," the museum opened to the public in 2003. The museum is located Downtown, adjacent to Centennial Olympic Park. The 16,316-square-foot museum, one of four children's museums in Georgia, includes exhibits designed for and geared toward children under the age of nine and hosts field trips from schools and learning centers throughout North Georgia.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History is one of the most popular and iconic cultural attractions in Atlanta. Home to the world’s largest dinosaurs, Atlanta’s biggest movie screen and one of the largest assemblages of urban Piedmont forest in the United States, Fernbank brings science to life through immersive programming and unmatched experiences that encourage a greater appreciation of our planet and its inhabitants. Fernbank Museum’s mission is to inspire life-long learning of natural history through immersive programming and unmatched experiences to encourage a greater appreciation of our planet and its inhabitants.
Within nearly 10,000 square feet of elegant and adaptable exhibition space, SCAD FASH brings a dynamic and distinct schedule of fashion-focused exhibitions and compelling films to the heart of Midtown Atlanta. Beyond its extensive gallery space, SCAD FASH includes a fashion resource room for the presentation of techniques and materials, a state-of-the-art media lounge for educational film and digital presentations, collections storage, and a new grand entrance and lobby.
Owned by the Brothers Jakob, your Elliott Inn hosts, located in the historic Castleberry Hill section of Downtown Atlanta, Elliott Street Deli & Pub is well known for its authentic neighborhood hospitality, mouthwatering sandwiches, yummy cocktails, ice cold beer, and legendary local music and art scene.
A men’s barbershop, we are highly dedicated to making sure each customer looks fantastic. Established in the heart of Atlanta next to the brand new Mercedes-Benz stadium, our barbershop offers the latest amenities to appeal to our international clientele. We will make sure you love the way you look when you leave our shop.
`The Finest Sports & Entertainment Facility In The World.’ -
The all-new State Farm Arena introduced many new amenities, features, and processes to ensure that every guest has an amazing experience whenever they walk through the doors.
Now This is What a Hall of Fame Should Be: 95,000 square feet. A 45-yard indoor football field. More than 50 engaging and interactive exhibits. A shrine to the greatest to ever play or coach the game. All in the heart of downtown Atlanta.
  • Five Points
    30 Alabama Street Southwest Atlanta, Georgia 30303
MARTA- MARTA is Atlanta’s own `metro’ system. It is often a convenient and inexpensive way to get around town to major landmarks. There are both buses and trains within the system. There are 3 MARTA Stops Within 2 Blocks Walking Distance (5 Points, CNN Center, Garnett) of The Elliott Inn. You can find a map of the system on the MARTA website and the MARTA Train will take you Southbound directly into the Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson Airport.
Both Uber and Lyft have full service within Atlanta and catching a ride anywhere in the city is convenient with either the UBER or Lyft Apps.
Both Uber and Lyft have full service within Atlanta and catching a ride anywhere in the city is convenient with either the UBER or Lyft Apps.
  • Zipcar
    161 Peachtree Center Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30303 Need a daily rate stable car to get around town? ZipCar lots are well placed throughout Atlanta and one is very close (about two blocks) from The Elliott Inn on Trinity Avenue.
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Pin_other_without_shadow.png|33.758182,-84 The Streetcar’s current route connects the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site to the east and the Centennial Olympic Park area to the west, with 10 other stops in between.