Atlanta Your Way
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This month, our tailored travel tips help ladies, solo explorers and business travelers make Atlanta their own.
At (1) Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall, you can grab some fresh air on the patio or in the lanai, chat over mimosas at the bar or grab a table inside. The tasty brunch menu features everything from a loaded skillet to breakfast tacos to bacon pancakes. www.ladybirdatlanta.com. Bring your favorite bottle of wine and channel your inner Picasso at (2) Sips N'
Strokes. An instructor guides everyone step by step as you create a colorful work of art to take home. Classes last two to three hours in group settings and cost $25-$35. www. sipsnstrokes.com. With live jazz, craft cocktails and a killer dinner menu, (3) Two Urban Licks makes for one epic girls night out. Enjoy wood-roasted meats, fish prepared in a wood-pit rotisserie tower and an impressive wine program. www.twourbanlicks.com
(1) Highland Bakery is one of Atlanta's most famous breakfast stops thanks to pastry chef/owner Stacey Eames' frequent appearance on TV baking competitions. HB's menu serves mouthwatering classics all day—try the massive peanut butter french toast or opt for the delicious cilantro corn pancakes. www.highlandbakery.com. Zip around with (2)
ATL-Cruzers on one of the city's best tours. By Segway, guides lead small groups through eclectic neighborhoods while detailing the city's history, revealing hidden locales, and showcasing local culture. www.atlcruzers.com. Stroll through (3) Inman Park (Atlanta's first planned suburb) to view historic, Victorian homes that date back to the 1800s while perusing the plethora of fantastic restaurants (like Bartaco, pictured) and trendy boutiques.
Within (1) Jeju Sauna lies a refuge for your mind, body and soul. This 24-hour Korean spa offers saunas, healing rooms, mineral pools and spa services, including body scrubs, acupressure massage, foot massage and more. www.jejusauna.net. (2) The Plaza
Theatre is Atlanta's longest-operating and only independent movie theater. You'll find a slew of independent films not screened anywhere else in Georgia. Squeeze in a matinee between meetings or catch the weekly midnight showing of "Rocky Horror Picture Show" on Fridays. www.plazaatlanta.com. Enjoy a menu of USDA Prime steaks at whimsical and elegant (3) Marcel (open late). Try the exceptional 14-ounce bone-in filet monsieur and flavorful sides like spinach gnudi and pommes dauphinoise. www.marcelatl.com