A guide to Ponce City Market in Atlanta

Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward is undergoing a transformation, thanks in large part to Ponce City Market, the largest adaptive reuse project in Atlanta’s history. Housed in a historic Sears, Roebuck & Company building, Ponce City Market in Atlanta is a 2.1 million-square-foot development – the … Continue reading

Eat around Atlanta with Chef Fuyuhiko Ito

Umi is arguably Atlanta’s best sushi spot, and at the helm of this swanky, dimly lit Buckhead sushi house is Tokyo-born chef and partner Fuyuhiko Ito. With more than three decades of culinary credentials under his belt, including experience with both traditional Japanese and classic … Continue reading

Exploring the Chattahoochee River in Atlanta

In landlocked Atlanta, you sometimes need a respite from the concrete jungle. Luckily, the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area is nearby to answer the call. Running through the northern suburbs of the city, it’s is a top destination for running, walking and biking on shady … Continue reading

A culinary tour of Atlanta’s Buford Highway

Set out on a culinary tour that takes you around the world in one street to see why food lovers rate Buford Highway so highly. Discover Vietnam’s deeply rooted culinary influences, find out why Taiwanese food is making waves worldwide, and taste truly authentic Mexican … Continue reading

The top events in Atlanta in 2016

Georgia’s capital city loves to host festivals, events, and openings year round. And in 2016, the cultural calendar is looking more promising than ever. For those travelling to Atlanta (or looking for an excuse to visit), we’ve selected the top 10 events in Atlanta in … Continue reading

Exploring Atlanta’s Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area

When you need a break from the city, hop in your car and drive 30 minutes east of Atlanta to Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area, home to the Davidson-Arabia Nature Preserve and a haven of exposed granite fields, wetlands and forests. Visit the Preserve for … Continue reading

A neighbourhood guide to Atlanta’s Little Five Points

Quirky, art-centric Little Five Points in Atlanta has long been a favourite neighbourhood for locals and travellers seeking an edgy place to shop, eat, and explore. This district sits at the busy in-town thoroughfares of Moreland Avenue, Euclid Avenue, and McLendon Avenue and supports a … Continue reading

Party with the past: Five Atlanta neighbourhoods, then and now

Atlanta‘s historic ties are too abundant to be ignored. With its designation as a capital city, and proximity to railroads and neighbouring port towns, Atlanta has long played a pivotal role in various key moments in American history, from the Civil War to the 1996 … Continue reading