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The Tabernacle
152 Luckie Street
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 659-9022

The Tabernacle is Atlanta’s own, completely unique downtown concert and special event facility. This historical landmark is Atlanta’s must see entertainment complex. "The Tabby" hosts an immense variety of events from top international musical talent to Fortune 500 corporate events.
The Tabernacle was built in 1911; at the time it was the Southeast’s largest Baptist Tabernacle. In the 1950’s, the Baptist Tabernacle boasted a congregation of over 5000 members. Over the years, as Atlanta’s population left the Downtown district for the greener suburbs, the Baptist Tabernacle lost its congregation and in the late 1980’s, it closed. The venue was re-opened during the 1996 Olympic games through an agreement between The City of Atlanta and the House of Blues.

Technology Square (Centergy Plaza)
75 Fifth Street at Spring Street

Ted's Montana Grill
133 Luckie Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 521-9796

Terraces Restaurant and Lounge
(Georgia World Congress Center)

285 International Boulevard., NW
Atlanta, GA
(404) 223-4539

Fine cuisine and wines from around the world and close to home. Located inside west entrance of the Georgia World Congress Center.

Thai Gourmet
54 Broad Street
Atlanta, GA
(404) 588-0303

This buffet offers authentic Thai cuisine with the conveniece of fast food.

Theatrical Outfit's
Balzer Theatre at Herren's

84 Luckie Street
Atlanta, GA
404-571-5257, x13

The House
(Underground Atlanta)

50 Upper Alabama Street
Atlanta, GA 30303

Underground Atlanta is pleased to announce the opening of The House Nightclub in Kenny’s Alley on New Year’s Eve. Kenny’s Alley, home to eight bars and restaurants, is the only entertainment district in the city where drinks are poured until 4:00am and patrons can stroll from club to club with drinks in hand. Owner Krista Gable stated, “I am thrilled to be able to bring The House to Atlanta’s hottest entertainment district and am excited about having the Peach Drop kick off our week long grand opening.”

The House, an exact replica of a home, has all the characteristics of a nightclub, dance club, and lounge. House guests can hang out in the living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, and patio while listening to Atlanta’s hottest DJ’s spin. The themed bedrooms, located on the second floor, are accessible to VIPs only. Every night will feature a special happy hour and will host the official “After Hours Party” of Atlanta from 2:00am - 4:00am. The House Party Bus, a forty foot tour bus, will make stops in Midtown and Buckhead on Thursday through Sunday from 1:30am until 4:00am and bring patrons to Underground Atlanta. For more information, including weekly events, visit


Thelma's Kitchen
764 Marietta Street
Atlanta, GA
(404) 688-5855

Thelma's is the traditional cafeteria, chalk board menu meat-and-three. Here's where the homesick will find okra cakes, fried chicken and coconut pie, and feel much better when they've finished.

Thumbs Up Diner
573 Edgewood Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30312-1935
(404) 223-0690

Offering French toast, scrambled tofu and other breakfast items, this New Age diner does the urban pioneer gig on Edgewood Avenue. Known for its breakfast options, the line is often out the door but the wait seems worth it since guests frequent this restaurant option.

Tivoli Coffee Bar
(Westin Peachtree Plaza)

210 Peachtree St, NW
Atlanta, GA
(404) 659-1400

Self-serve gourmet coffee, espresso drinks, fresh pastries, biscotti and sandwiches in a sidewalk cafe atmosphere. Dine in or take items to go.

Trader Vic's
255 Courtland Street (inside the Hilton Atlanta)
Atlanta GA, 30303
(404) 221-6339

Though others have stepped forward to try to appropriate his legend, there was only one Victor J. "Trader Vic" Bergeron, Jr. - inventor of the Mai Tai and founder of the world-famous series of fine-dining establishments that bear his name. 

Travelodge - Downtown
311 Courtland Street, NE
Atlanta, GA

Turner Field
755 Hank Aaron Drive
Atlanta, GA 30315
(404) 522-7630

Turner Field combines the nostalgia and the atmosphere of old-time baseball with state-of-the-art family entertainment unlike that of any other park.

Ty Stokes Gallery
261 Walker St
Atlanta, GA

Ty Stokes Gallery is located in Castleberry Hill and focuses primarily on contemporary art.


Underground Atlanta
50 Upper Alabama Street, Suite 007
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 523-2311, ext. 7025

Visit the spot where Atlanta sprouted up around the railroad and where it first rose from the Civil War ashes. Initially, Atlanta thrived because of the railroads, until the tracks threatened to choke the city like steel Kudzu. But Atlanta rose above the problem, literally. Viaducts were built over the tracks, and virtually all the traffic and commerce moved upwards, the original center of the city was all but forgotten. Now fully restored, Underground is the most popular visitor attraction in Georgia, where this year, millions of people will receive a true Atlanta experience.

Comcast AeroBalloon @ Underground ATLanta

TIME: Daily (weather permitting)
8:00 am – Noon
4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
(Times may vary depending on wind speed and may stay open later depending on Underground Atlanta’s event schedule)
WHERE: Underground Atlanta Upper Alabama Street; Atlanta, GA 30303
COST: Children (under 12) - $12.00 Adults - $18.00

A giant helium balloon has landed at Underground Atlanta! Atlanta’s newest attraction, the Comcast AeroBalloon will allow locals and visitors to soar high above and admire amazing views within a 20 mile radius of downtown Atlanta including the city’s skyline, Buckhead, and Stone Mountain. Up to 5 people at a time can travel upwards for a 10 minute adventure they will never forget.

Passengers lift off in a wicker gondola to a breathtaking 360--degree panoramic altitude of 350 feet above the ground. The balloon will remain attached to its tether cable and is retrieved back to terra firma via its winch, located at ground level. The balloon, simple and majestic in its appearance, is highly engineered. It is comprised of an outer skin, an internal ballonet, and a fan. Simply defined, it is a sphere shaped blimp. Its outer fabric is identical to the skin of a free--flying blimp seen daily flying over sporting events. The ballonet is a zero--porosity internal membrane filled with the inert gas helium. The ballonet dynamically expands and contracts with changes in altitude, barometric pressure, and/or temperature. The fan regulates this internally displaced air so that the balloon maintains its shape. AeroBalloon passengers will always be under the supervision of a certified AeroBalloon operator.


The Varsity
61 North Avenue, NW
Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 881-1706

An Atlanta institution for over 60 years. World's largest drive-in offering fast-food dining. Hot dogs, hamburgers, fries and onion rings.

The Velvet Underground
(Hard Rock Café Atlanta)

215 Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 688-ROCK (7625)

VSA (Very Special Arts) of Georgia: Arts for All Gallery
57 Forsyth Street, N.W.
Suite R-1, The Healey Building
Atlanta, GA 30303-2226

Virtual Juice
30 Decatur Street
Atlanta, GA

Now open specializing in fruit smoothies, veggie wraps and espresso/cappuccino. Show your GSU identification card and receive 10% off of any drink! Free Internet access with purchase.

The Vortex
878 Peachtree Street
Atlanta Georgia, 30309
(404) 875-1667

Founded in 1992 by three siblings, The Vortex Bar & Grill has become an Atlanta institution. The Vortex Bar & Grill is famous for it's unique atmosphere, no-nonsense attitude, award-winning burgers, high quality bar food, and the city's best liquor.


Weekday Café
14 Park Place
Atlanta, GA
(404) 688-2233
Quesadillas and burritos made to your wishes are served as well as burgers, chicken fingers and more.


Westin Peachtree Plaza
210 Peachtree St, NW
Atlanta, GA
(404) 659-1400

The Westin Peachtree Plaza - Atlanta's landmark hotel - offers an ideal location in the heart of the business and financial district. Outside the hotel, an international city awaits you. Inside, an attentive staff caters to your every need.

Willy's Mexicana Grill
(Peachtree Center)

225 Peachtree Street, NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 524-0821

No microwaves or freezers here and all orders are made to your specifications in front of you with fresh ingredients. Willy's offers a wide variety of Tex-Mex style burritos, quesadillas, tacos, homemade guacamole, salsa, etc. Quick and easy. Open 11am-10pm daily.

Wing Leader
250 Auburn Avenue, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA
(404) 589-9393

A Buffalo Wing restaurant, which delivers to downtown Atlanta. Dining area open until midnight Sunday - Thursday; until 4 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays. They create fabulous salads, Buffalo Shrimp, burgers, sandwiches, onion rings and fried gizzards.

Woodruff Park
Peachtree Street at Auburn Avenue

Woodruff Park is one of Downtown Atlanta’s most significant green spaces, at the heart of the city’s financial, entertainment, and academic districts. Lawn and plaza areas, a bandstand, sculpture and fountains combine to make this a flexible open space.
After several months of construction, Woodruff Park reopens with improvements to the park designed to accommodate large crowds on their lunch hour and for special events. Improvements include increasing electrical power in the park, repairing drainage systems and removing overgrown shrubbery which had become a haven for trash.

Woodruff Park is a great place for a special event. If you are interested in hosting an event, press conference or new product demonstration, contact the City of Atlanta Office of Special Events at 404-330-6741 or specialevents@atlantaga.gov

World of Coca-Cola
55 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive SW
Atlanta, GA

Located in a three-story pavilion adjacent to Underground Atlanta, World of Coca-Cola encompasses the rich history and progress of the refreshing beverage that was created here in Atlanta over 110 years ago. While Coca-Cola was first served at a small pharmacy soda fountain near Underground Atlanta, this soft drink can now be purchased in over 200 countries across the globe.


The World Trade Center of Atlanta
(In the Suntrust Plaza)

303 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
(404) 880-1550

The World Trade Center Atlanta is an association of people and their companies dedicated to providing an elegant and pleasant setting for members to exchange ideas and network their way to personal and professional growth.