Event Spotlight: Concrete Jungle’s Fruit Ramble

  Bikes, booze, and berries – yes, you heard that right. This Sunday, Concrete Jungle is hosting their Second Annual Spectacular Fruit Ramble. I know what you’re thinking – a fruit ramble is having it’s second annual event? Slightly surprising. However, when you hear a little more, you might be hooked. The Skinny on Concrete Jungle Concrete…

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4 Group Date Ideas Around Atlanta

You know the feeling. It’s Saturday afternoon – you want to hang out with friends, or get a few couples together and hang out (I wouldn’t know anything about the couple part, but you catch my drift), but no one can decide on what to do. Here are 4 of my favorite Atlanta activities for…

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Your Guide to Hiking Sweetwater Creek

You don’t have to get out of town to enjoy nature – Atlanta is chock-full of gorgeous hiking spots just minutes from the middle of the city, including Sweetwater Creek State Park. One of my favorite newly discovered hiking spots, Sweetwater Creek is a Georgia state park encompassing over 2,500 acres of land. Feast your…

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Can’t Miss April Atlanta Events

  Spring is here, and Atlanta is buzzing with April events! The next few weeks are packed with food, fun, and enjoying the sunshine – get your fix below! Join the conversation with me on Instagram by tagging #atladventurer in your posts – don’t forget to follow the contest I have running as well! You…

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Dinner at The Capital Grille with Happily Eating

  I first met Milla at a media tour that I was invited to in Asheville this past fall (read the recap here), where I connected with her and some fellow Atlanta bloggers. With a background in hospitality and a love for food tourism, Milla has worked with tons of local and national brands through her…

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An Insider’s Guide to the Atlanta BeltLine

  The Atlanta BeltLine is one of the most buzzed-about urban developments in the Southeast. With comparisons to the High Line in NYC, as well as features in the Wall Street Journal and New York Times, the BeltLine has drawn national attention for its popular walking trail dotted with art installations, restaurants, and parks. If…

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Where to Eat in Inman Park

  Inman Park is one of my favorite neighborhoods in Atlanta – it’s super walkable with easy access to the BeltLine, has fantastic coffee shops and restaurants, and is trendy without feeling stuffy. This community loves good food – which is probably why I like it so much. I live just down the street from…

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The Best Restaurants in Little Five Points

  Little Five Points is a foodie hub – there are more than 20 bars, pubs, and restaurants in less than a half mile radius. You won’t find any five-star fare in L5P; expect big portions of elevated comfort food, multiple pizza joints, and more varieties of beer than you know what to do with….

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Can’t Miss Atlanta Events – March 2016

  March is notoriously a dead month in Atlanta, with post-holiday celebrations long over and summer festivals just out of reach. Despite a lack of noteworthy events, there are a few worth mentioning to tide you over until the festival madness begins in April. Atlanta Events – March 2016 Atlanta Brunch Festival My most anticipated…

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Where to Find the Coolest Street Art in Atlanta

  The days are long gone of Atlanta being perceived as a bland, sprawling metropolis. Venture to the heart of the city to find a vibrant community of living, breathing art. Organizations like Living Walls perpetuate this street culture, with a mission to turn uninteresting, underutilized spaces into visual testaments to Atlanta’s thriving artist scene. As an…

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