By day a quiet, Wi-Fi-friendly coffee shop (the name means "coffeehouse" in Czech), by night a small music venue and tavern. Nice sandwiches and snacks. Singer/songwriters perform regularly.
Relocated from Peachtree Road to a stylish new home in the still-growing Lindbergh City Center, Buckhead's long-running nightclub for grown-ups parties on.
Though the architecture of this city-within-a-city is a bit sterile, there are some interesting shops, street events, occasional free music and a 16-screen megaplex.
The cinematic chaos and glamour of Two Urban Licks draws a decibel-shattering crowd eager for rambunctious dining and willing to sit out the long wait just for the youthful exuberance that fills the restaurant. For the best dining experience, stick to the appetizers and small plates. The consistent pleasures include the salmon chips and meaty baby back ribs. The daring can venture into the inconsistent entrees, like the beef brisket or the roasted duck. You might get lucky and have a fabulously prepared meal.
Atlanta's premier art museum features paintings by artists that range from Claude Monet to Howard Finster. The Richard Meier-designed museum recently was expanded with a stunning addition by another famous architect, Renzo Piano. Upcoming exhibitions include Salvador Dali's later works, European design since 1985, and a Henri Cartier-Bresson retrospective.
Movie theater showing the latest films in North DeKalb Mall.
Small, family-run establishment, big flavor. Extra special: tamales made every day by the owners' mother, an unbelievably moist grilled tilapia with black olives in white wine sauce, and the incredible bread pudding with tequila sauce.