Presidential Library system and museum with special exhibitions and a permanent collection that features photographs and historic memorabilia from the Carter administration. $6-$8.
Ice cream, burgers, chili dogs, and more.
Jason Hill and his crew have crafted a solid neighborhood gathering spot with a confident menu that includes sharp Southern touches such as beef tenderloin paired with mac-and-cheese flecked with greenc, and skate wing over grits.
Neighborhood bar with patio serving Tex-Mex favorites and Margaritas.
Walk through the giant skull for big drinks, juicy burgers, and more.
Among the best local sources of real, hand-thrown, honest-to-Palermo pizza, this slightly bent independent in L5P is notable for fresh ingredients, homemade sauces and clever, knowing service. Wide selection of toppings and calzone fillings. Good for takeout.
Going out to breakfast should be relaxing, and this is one of the few places left in Atlanta where jockeying for a table isn't a professional sport. The space is cozy, but not cramped, and the funky art on the walls could perk up even the most bleary-eyed night owl. Don't miss the hearty buckwheat pancakes and the giant breakfast burrito topped with spicy salsa, black beans, and a drizzle of sour cream.
Suburbanites weary of schlepping to Midtown for a little scenester action can now trot over to their very own hot spot. The concise menu is a close fusion of Mexican tradition and American inclination: hone in on the guac, the queso fundido with chorizo, the beef cheek tacos and ceviche. Even gringos with little fondness for Mexican will be dazzled by the gloriously goopy hamburguesa Sedgwick.
New Orleans-inspired menu, drinks, and live music.
Despite problems with consistency, Fox Bros. serves up super-smoky ribs, pork, chicken and brisket that inspires passionate barbecue love on good days. The atmosphere the brothers have created is admirable, turning the space into what feels like a genuine Texas shack.
Bar food (chicken fingers, fries, sliders,) shots (PB&J), and trivia (Wednesdays, 8 p.m.) in Inman Park.
From Docs to Chucks and Vans to Fluevogs, if it's trendy and you can put your foot in it, chances are they've got it.
Long-lived indie shop boasts new/used offerings focusing on leftist politics, Beat writers, and art/music/underground lit. Hosts author signings and live music events.