More

Atlanta

Drinks

An Atlanta Whiskey Upstart

Meet Justin Manglitz, the man who’s helping put ASW Distillery on the national map

Food & Drink

Viva Eddie!

Drummer, firefighter, mayor, chef—Eddie Hernandez has lived more lives than most. But the best way to understand the Atlantan’s past is by way of his South-meets-Mexico food

Arts & Culture

A New Exhibit Takes Flight at the High Museum

Art inspired by Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, the “crossroads of the contemporary South”

17 Slideshow

Arts & Culture

Civil Rights Photography Then and Now

On the fiftieth anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s death, an exhibition at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art pulls together some of the most powerful images of the Civil Rights Movement

Travel

Alton Brown’s Atlanta

A quick guide to food, drink, and more in Georgia’s capital

Food & Drink

The Year in Southern Restaurants: Food Terminal

Chef Amy Wong is bringing the heat back to Atlanta’s Buford Highway

9 Slideshow

G&G Party Pics

G&G at Discover ADAC

A G&G experience at the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center

Fork in the Road

French Bliss: Atlanta’s Bread & Butterfly

Chef Billy Allin offers Atlantans a sparkling Parisian detour

Recipe

Scallion & Fresh Corn Spoon Bread

An updated classic

Drinks

High Plains Margarita

Grilled pineapple gives this margarita from Decatur, Georgia’s Truman Tavern a sophisticated spin

Travel

The Braves’ New World

Five ways to root for America’s team at Atlanta’s SunTrust Park

Drinks

A Spring Bourbon Tonic

Shake up your cocktail routine with a Queen Bee from Atlanta’s One Eared Stag

Sporting

Meet the Entrepreneurs Shaping Southern Motorcycle Culture

In Atlanta, Brother Moto welcomes motorcycle aficionados—and the “moto-curious”

Arts & Culture

The Legacy of Ted Turner’s Superstation

One man and a crazy broadcasting experiment

Drinks

Bufala Negra

An Italian Twist on the Mint Julep

Gardens

A Festive Fall Container Garden Idea

The owners of Pollen, in Atlanta, Georgia, dream up something beautiful and down-to-earth to decorate an entry

Sporting

Remembering College Football’s Most Lopsided Victory

Marking the anniversary of Georgia Tech’s 222–0 win over Cumberland University

Arts & Culture

Must-See Fall TV Shows with a Southern Twist

Three fall debuts that use Southern settings to enhance the storytelling.

Travel

First Look: Ponce City Market’s New Rooftop Playground

Whether you come for date night or a day with the kids, there’s plenty of fun to be had—plus panoramic views of the Atlanta skyline

Home & Garden

Home Sweet Home

When the author heard about a dilapidated cottage overtaken by weeds and kudzu in an Atlanta neighborhood, she knew it would become her family’s home. So she bought it – sight unseen