Welcome to West Midtown, where artsy shops, home furnishing stores and award-winning restaurants line the sidewalks, and old industrial buildings have become loft and work spaces.
Whether you normally travel solo, in groups, with kids or senior citizens, a train ride to New Orleans feels less stressful than getting there through the air.
A decade ago, no one had any serious doubts about Charleston, S.C.’s, reputation as a hub for refined Lowcountry cuisine. But no one could have predicted that the annual Charleston Wine + Food Festival (March 4-8) would become an international attraction that exposes the world to all of the city’s charms.
Selling itself as a “destination for Atlanta’s intown culture,” the Krog Street Market pairs retail with restaurants, claiming to be a “West Coast-style market.”
Thirteen metro eateries and their chefs took home prizes from the 2014 Taste of Atlanta.