Make the most of your overnight with this handy guide, curated by your fellow pilots. Restaurants, entertainment and other must-see attractions are shown on the map below to help you plan your stay. Save this map to your phone or other mobile device, and get walking or transit directions. Missing a must-see venue? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with suggestions.
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Restaurants & Cafés
Ray’s In the City
Seafood, prime cuts & an extensive wine list, plus live jazz Thursday-Saturday.
Aviva by Kameel
Easygoing counter-serve cafe & juice bar providing locally sourced, classic Mediterranean meals.
Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken
Long-running chain serving spicy fried chicken & comfort sides in a low-key setting.
Max Lager’s Wood Fired Grill
This grill and brewery housed in a 1913 building combines handcrafted beers with wood-fired meats.
Southern comfort food, a rocking chair lounge, & a full bar with mint juleps in a quaint space.
Bar, Pubs & Breweries
Twenty Two Storys
Regional beers & gastropub food are highlights of this polished hotel lobby bar with TV sports.
Crazy ATLanta Travel Spot Restaurant
Eclectic bar/eatery with graffitied walls making tacos & other familiar bites from around the world.Lumen – Lobby Bar
Hotel bar serving up cocktails & contemporary American fare, with music, in a luxe, modern setting.
Georgia Beer Garden
Locally focused bar featuring regionally made brews & spirits plus an expansive outdoor patio.
Breakfast & Coffee Shops
Contemporary coffee shop also featuring local pastries & sandwiches in a hip, historic space.
Jittery Joe’s Coffee
Hip coffeehouse chain serving microroasted brews from around the world, plus baked goods
National Coffee Chain
National Coffee Chain
Trails & Fitness Centers
Centennial Olympic Park
Location of 1996 Olympic Games with statues, walking trails, and a ferris wheel.
Freedom Park Trail
Over 100 miles of running and biking trails. Nearly entirely off street. Access to Atlanta Beltline, and Stone Mountain Park.
Theaters & Sports Venues
Home of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United FC
Home of the Atlanta Hawks. Live music concert venue.
Bobby Dodd Stadium
Home of Georgia Tech Football
Museums & Tours
World of Coca-Cola
Memorabilia, films & exhibits (some interactive) about soft drink that debuted in Atlanta in 1886.
One of world’s largest aquariums, with permanent exhibits, interactive galleries & animals galore.
CNN Studio Tours
Popular tour providing a behind-the-scenes look at the CNN TV news network & how it operates.
College Football Hall of Fame
Sleek modern museum offers exhibits on famous college football players & an indoor field for events.
Center for Civil and Human Rights
Cultural attraction presents artifacts, art & photos from the Civil Rights Era & about human rights.
Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site
National Park encompassing King’s birth home, Ebenezer Baptist Church & his final resting place.