With 138 acres to explore, Atlantic Station is more than any one thing. And that’s on purpose. Like any destination, there are countless ways to make it your own and experience something new. Get inspired and see how Atlantic Station will capture your heart next.

Wine & Dine Discoveries

For adventurous eaters and foodies to those in search of the best burger in town, here’s how you can explore new tastes from dawn until dusk.


The Pig & The Pearl takes weekend brunch to the next level with a pulled pork or turkey sausage burrito. It offers a twist on southern flavors in all the right ways.


Eaters will love the classic pub fare at Atlantic Grill with famous burgers, soups and hearty portions. Foodies and fans of spicy fare and international tastes should seek our Naan Stop fast Indian cuisine or Pho 24 for house pulled noodles. And veggies lovers will rejoice at the options at Salata and envegan.


Get things started with a beer flight tasting at Yard House where you can build your own taste experience with any four beers on the menu. And if you’d rather wine down, the bar at The Pig & The Pearl offers premium cocktails and an extensive wine list.


Sample house-made pasta dishes, hand-made flatbreads, and fresh salad from culinary master-mind and Executive Chef, Robert Anello Maher. Allora, tucked in the chic lobby of the 12 Midtown Autograph Collection Hotel, will transport your taste buds to all the finest flavors of Italy.


Go Big And Don’t Go Home

Atlantic Station hosts some of the biggest events in the city. So why not make a day (and night) of it, avoid the traffic and take a little extra time to enjoy.


Beat the traffic and check in to the Embassy Suites (coming soon). With complimentary breakfast and free parking, you can easily walk to your venue and be steps from your luxurious suite.


Sri Thai can satisfy your craving for spicy Pad Thai noodles or Trum Tad, a papaya salad with noodles and crispy pork rinds. This Atlantic Station new arrival has two outlets outside the city that townies drive 30 minutes to enjoy.


Local favorite, fab’rik, is a fashion boutique for women. Founded by Dana Spinola she and her team curate luxury of shopping for less than $100 while staying on top of the latest fashion trends.


Feel like a kid in the candy superstore, IT’SUGAR. From the newest fad candies to old favorites, pick up something sweet for yourself or to take home to your dog walker.


Keep it in the Family

No need to drive all over town to have a family fun day. Park once and set out on a journey that starts and with fun, incorporates learning, and ends with cookies!


At Bowlero, bowling is incredibly fun again. The décor alone mixes retro style with modern fun and eye-popping arcades and black light “glow in the dark” bowling takes it to the next level.


Millennium Gate Museum houses the one of the largest collections of Georgia history and is housed in a 100-foot tall Romanesque arch.


Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ. Getting in on the BBQ action is easy with grills at every table, prime and wagyu meats and plenty of veggies and sides to share. Plus, special kids pricing is available on all meals.


The Great American Cookie Company offers dozens of soft, freshly baked cookies. Go classic with original chocolate chip or get creative and add icing to make it a double doozie.


A Breath of Fresh Air

Take a moment for yourself to breathe. Make the most your outdoor mindset and take in the al fresco spaces and views.


atl kula is a serene spot for yoga and pilates in the heart of the city. Founded by husband and wife Corey and Kiara Johnson, their daily classes are a part of the practice of devoted fans.


Athleta has a global commitment to sustainability and the empowerment of women and girls. Browse leggings and try on their performance women’s fitness apparel with the help of fitness-minded associates.


Azotea Cantina’s (coming soon) rooftop bar will show you alfresco dining at its best. Situated in Atlanta’s newest greenspace, you can sip a pure agave tequila margarita and take in the skyline views.


Atlantic Green is at the center of the main 138 acres of Atlantic Station. With nooks for you to curl up with a coffee and a book or spaces for groups to gather, it is the perfect place to chill.


Slay Your Morning

Crush your to-do list, a workout, and get your coffee fix all before work with this power morning routine.


Make a quick stop and drop of clothes at Liz Cleaners & Alteration. Get same-day service on drop offs before 9am and enjoy getting an item off your to-do list early.


Hit the gym at LA Fitness for some cardio, lifting, or a group class. This location features a sparkling clean indoor pool, too.


Keep the to-do list momentum going and grab a healthy lunch and other items on your grocery list from Publix. Choose a fresh, pre-made salad from the deli if you’re running short on time.


Pick up your favorite coffee from the Starbucks inside Target to add just the right amount of flavor and pep to your step. Keep crushing your day!


This one’s for the Lovers

For an impressive first date or to keep the romance going, follow your heart (and this plan) and make a special night of it.


Your romantic evening starts with a craft cocktail or a glass of wine while sampling a few freshly-shucked oysters at The Pig & The Pearl.


Slip into a cozy table at Allora nestled in the lobby of the sleek 12 Midtown Autograph Collection Hotel. Share some house-made pasta dishes and a fresh salad from culinary master-mind and Executive Chef, Robert Anello Maher’s extensive menu. Now, that’s amore!


There’s nothing like a romantic hand-in-hand walk through the park to keep the conversation going. Atlantic Green has nooks for relaxing and sitting and paths to explore.


Finish the evening by speaking the language of love: chocolate. Share a few silky crème-filled chocolate candies or cacao-dusted truffles from Kilwins Chocolates and Ice Cream. There’s no better way to show your partner you’re totally sweet on them.