At­lanta Your Way

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This month, our tailored travel tips help ladies, solo ex­plor­ers and busi­ness trav­el­ers make At­lanta their own.

For the

Gals

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

Solo Ex­plorer

(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.

Busi­ness Trav­eler

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

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