This 300-year cultural history goes a lot deeper than colorful beads, costumes and debauchery.
Much has changed since Margaret Mitchell compared Savannah and its coastal companion Charleston to “aged grandmothers sunning themselves placidly in the sun.” Here are a few of those changes.
What makes Asheville’s food scene different from, say, Atlanta’s or Charleston’s, is the number of spots that have been certified by the Green Restaurant Association.
There’s no downtown to speak of, but Sandy Springs doesn’t need one. It knows who it is — the first municipality to break from Fulton County.
“There’s wine in them thar hills!” That tagline from Three Sisters Vineyards perfectly captures the excitement and surprise you might feel when discovering that the foothills of Blue Ridge are home to more than 15 wineries. That’s right. You can enjoy a weekend in wine country just 90 minutes north of Atlanta.