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You heard right, we said, "Waffle House Museum." In 1955, neighbors Joe Roger Sr. and Tom Forkner embarked on a plan to smother and cover the world (or at least Avondale Estates) with 24-hour dining. More than 50 years and 1,600 restaurants later, the chain's original location still stands as a testament to late-night egg sandwiches. Want to visit? You'll have to make an appointment.
This Stone Mountain landmark, owned by the Stone Mountain Historic Society, is available to host community-based activities, events, exhibits and educational programs.
Any journey into Atlanta art should begin — but certainly not end — at the Woodruff Arts Center. Look to the Woodruff's High Museum for blockbuster traveling exhibitions, look to the two stages of the Tony-brandishing Alliance Theatre for everything from flashy musicals to pared-down drama, and look to Symphony Hall for a world-class season led by conductor Robert Spano.
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