Atlanta Your Way
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(1) Mary Mac’s Tea Room has been a local classic since 1945. Dig into Southern dishes like country fried steak and chicken and dumplings. www.marymacs.com From Cars to Frozen, The Little Mermaid to Toy Story, watch your family’s favorite movie moments come to life at (2) Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment. April 20-23. www. infiniteenergycenter.com At (3) LEGOLAND
Discovery Center, kids enjoy interactive play areas, a 4-D cinema, LEGO-building classes and thrilling rides. Don’t miss MINILAND, which features Atlanta landmarks made out of LEGOs. atlanta.legolanddiscoverycenter.com James Dean’s best-selling book Pete the Cat! comes to the Center for Puppetry Arts with handcrafted puppets and talented puppeteers. April 4-May 21. www.puppet.org
(1) Little Five Points is the city’s alcove of the eclectic—from record stores and restaurants to music venues and theaters—this tiny neighborhood packs one funky punch. www. littlefivepoints.net (2) Chastain Park offers 260 rolling acres dominated by a golf course, an arts center, a horse park, an amphitheater, ball fields, and walking and running paths. www.chastainpark.org (3) Krog Street Tunnel is home to Atlanta’s most famous graffiti. The tunnel’s walls burst with ever-changing murals painted by some of the city’s most talented artists. An 85-second ride in a glass elevator takes you up 71 stories to the tri-level
Sun Dial Restaurant, Bar & View, which includes a revolving restaurant, a revolving bar and a viewing deck atop the Westin Peachtree Plaza. www.sundialrestaurant.com
Thanks to its 18 percent butterfat content, (1)
Jake’s Ice Cream is the creamiest, dreamiest ice cream you’ll find in Atlanta. The unique flavors change weekly and are made with all-natural, farm-fresh ingredients. www.jakesicecream.com At (2) Empire State South, celebrity chef-owner Hugh Acheson and executive chef Josh Hopkins serve up delectable Southern fare, alongside stellar cocktails, an extensive coffee bar and a bocce court. www.empirestatesouth.com Dozens of stalls at the (3) Grant Park Farmers Market sell organic produce, handmade skincare, artisanal goods and more. Each week, local chefs present free demos and workshops. Sundays 9:30 am-1:30 pm from April 3-Dec. 18. www.
cfmatl.org/grantpark The massive Ponce City Market offers modern shops and dining concepts from top chefs. www.poncecitymarket.com