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By: Emily D.
King of Pops
My favorite place to grab a popsicle in Atlanta is King of Pops! I personally love going to the Elizabeth St one while I’m biking the Beltline. King of Pops makes innovative pops and also locally source the ingredients! The popsicles typically cost $3 and there are so many flavors to try. I recommend getting the Strawberry Lemonade, Chocolate Sea Salt, or Raspberry Lime one!King of Pops offers cocktails now too! The cocktails are too expensive in my opinion at $9.99 but I will say they are fairly strong. I tried the Raspberry Lime one and if you like fruity, sweet flavors, I think you’d like it!
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By: Judy N.
Estate Gallery
I had seen a picture that I liked, and the gallery held it for me. When I went back to look at the picture, I wasn't totally sure I wanted it. Plus, it was large, and I didn't know if it would fit into my car. The man who was working there ( I think he's Roger) helped me get it into the car, and after we made the tight fit, I decided I did not want the picture. Roger was so very, very nice and patient. He took the picture back out and treated me so well - even though I had just wasted his time and made no purchase. The gallery has great items and a wonderful staff.
By: Mtngirl S.
Woodruff Arts Center
Every Sunday, from 1-4pm, the Woodruff Arts Center offers free family programming as part of their CREATE series. It involves activities with the theaters at the Woodruff Arts Center and the High Museum. My family and I have attended several this year and they’re always a lot of fun. It’s a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon-theater, music, and art-all geared for kids. So far we’ve seen a kid-friendly version of the opera Pirates of Penzance and an interactive Eric Carle storytelling experience in addition to making lots of fun art projects. My kids love it!
By: Abby B.
King of Pops
I hope someone will desire me the way I crave these Popsicles haha! Is it worth the money? Hell yes! I love the experimental ingredients infused in one bar! It's a party in my mouth when I treat myself to a popsicle. The texture is amazing, there's a flavor sensation in every bite, and it's local! I'm done, you need no more convincing. Oh, and try the Poptails too. They're better than any crafty, highbrow cocktail I've tasted. Thank me later, and you're welcome!
By: Tiffany B.
Dip 'n Dab Art Studio
Perfect date night or night out with the girls. Grab your favorite beverage, alcoholic or non alcoholic, some appetizers and your paint brush. The instructors are great and make the atmosphere fun. Doesn't matter if you're Van Gogh or not, the idea is to have fun. The studio provides everything you need, including paint brushes and canvas. There are even blow dryers to dry your masterpiece if you are little heavy handed with the paint!
By: Janice D.
Montessori Intown
Our daughters attended MIT for 6 years (primary through lower elementary). This is a wonderful school - the teachers are incredible, the environment is great, and the administrators make this a place where it just works. We both work so we need a school that makes it easy for us - this fit the bill. Our older daughter went from here into public school where she is thriving. Nice to see the transition and how easy it was for her.
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By: Bethany S.
Showcase Food Gallery
Wow! This restaurant has such a vintage, unique and warm atmosphere. The service is great! Our waitress, Meka, was amazing and could describe any and everything on the menu. The food... My husband and I split something called the Breed Love Delight. OMG! It was made up of some of the best shrimp over rice, rib eye steak, snapper, and chicken over pasta and vegetables. It was ABSOLUTELY delicious and I will definitely be back.
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By: Kristen H.
King of Pops
King of Pops is the absolute best! An Atlanta staple at its finest. The window on Elizabeth is the best place to get them, too - they've always got a variety of flavors and it's fun to eat your pops while people-watching on the beltline. I recommend the chocolate sea salt, the thai iced tea and the banana cinnamon if they have it!
By: C T.
Sarah Brown Studio Gallery
Sarah's painting classes are intimate, attentive, and personal enough to engender the most effective change and growth possible in an artist's personal development. Her own work may be an influence, but she encourages individualism.Sarah Brown Studio Gallery, 2947 Lookout Pl NE, Atlanta, GA 30305
By: Janice D.
King of Pops
Super fun to go to the source of the king of pops popsicles. The window slides open and you place your order right there and walk across the street to eat it at the picnic tables in the park. Definitely a must do with your out of town friends - then take a walk on the beltline.

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