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Historic Fourth Ward Skate Park

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Atlanta's first public skate park was christened by the legendary Tony Hawk, who awarded $25,000 toward the project's completion. This section of Historic Fourth Ward Park also includes practice fields.
Ponce City Market

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Towering over Ponce de Leon Avenue in the 2 million-square-foot former Sears building, this market represents the city’s continual thriving to preserve what’s old yet make it undeniably modern. It’s directly connected to the Beltline, will house top-notch eateries in its food hall — including the coveted H&F Burger — and is home to regular art installations. With all this, no wonder the apartments are some of the most in-demand residences in town.
Condesa Coffee - Old Fourth Ward

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Condesa Coffee features Counter Culture coffee, hot tea, and a menu of light bites including bagels, quiche, lunchtime sandwiches, and small plates like hummus or a cheese plate. Condesa is also known for easygoing craft cocktails, beer, and wine, and is strategically located off the Freedom Park Path.

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Downtown bar and nightclub.
Mother

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Beep Beep Gallery's Mark Basehore and James McConnell joined forces with two Brooklynites to open this gastropub. The back patio is an excellent place to hang out, if you can elbow your way through the crowded bar area and find a table. Regular DJ nights and dinner specials, including $2 tacos, tequila shots, and Tecates on Tuesdays.
Cafe Circa

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Elegant urban setting for a menu that is kind of international and kind of Caribbean. The chocolate chicken wings are spicy, slightly hot and not too sweet. For an entree the jerk chicken with pineapple and mango salsa and side of rice and black beans will have you cleaning your plate.

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Located along the southern section of the Beltline's Eastside Trail, Ladybird offers "modern campfire cuisine" in a relaxed, casual environment. Dishes include Navajo fry bread, country-fried ham steak, and hearty entrees served in cast iron skillets.
The Masquerade

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This former mill hosts a variety of events, from punk and heavy-metal shows to goth and retro nights. The venue features three music rooms (Heaven, Hell and Purgatory), and the Masquerade Music Park, an outdoor space for music festivals and other events.
Miso Izakaya

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The menu of small plates at this Japanese pub, almost all $5-$10, begs exploration and encourages sharing among friends. Miso's menu spans a variety of mini-genres: Japanese standards, Mantou-style steamed buns, fusion-y salads, Chinese veggie dishes, Korea-by-way-of-Japan grilled meats, and typical sushi bar maki. Great cocktails.
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