Sometimes it's refreshing to visit a divey spot with faded white-and-red-checked plastic tablecloths whose menu still refers to sun-dried tomatoes and artichokes as "gourmet." The "Italian Special" pizza with sausage, mushrooms, onions, green peppers and pepperoni is a fundamental, garden-variety concoction, but it's mighty tasty.
With Newcastle on draft and a bright red telephone booth in the front, the only thing missing is London's fog.
Red Baron’s bills itself as “The World’s Best Antique Store” and they might just be right. From 19th-century nautical equipment to vintage cars and antique firearms to old statuary, the store’s rotating stock rivals many museums. If you need a 1920s Parisian cinema ticket booth, a mahogany bar from an English pub or the complete art deco interior of an old pharmacy, this is the place.
Scope out the glossy head shots that line the walls of this barely OTP comedy institution and you’ll see that everyone from John Stewart to Jeff Foxworthy has performed here. It’s an excellent place to take a date, but don’t sit too close to the stage — lest you be heckled by the talent. Reservations are required, and every Wednesday is open-mic night.
Fishing, boating and walking trails along a 48-mile
stretch of the Chattahoochee River at Abbotts Bridge,
Highway 20 and Medlock Bridge.
Metro Atlanta's oldest jazz club hosts live music seven nights a week, usually until 2 a.m., ranging from local jam sessions to national acts.