Unique dating ideas in atlanta
Sure, traffic can be a nightmare, but once you've found a part of town that suits you, park the car and head out on a romantic excursion.
General Sherman's ghost may curse you, but modern romantics won't lack for things to do once they know where they're headed in this sprawling metropolitan area.
Atlanta rose like a Phoenix from the ashes after being burned to the ground in the Civil War to become the capital of the New South in the 20th century.
In the 21st century, it's a dynamic hub of world commerce and fully cosmopolitan but with the best of its Old South charm intact.
It's the city's major public green space, filled with shady walking paths around a lake and large open fields where you can spread out a picnic blanket.
The best time to go is spring when the dogwoods are in bloom.
What could be more romantic than an old-school drive-in theater?
The problem is, those kind of drive-ins are hard to find anymore, but Atlanta has one: the Starlight Six Drive-In.
This legendary fine-dining establishment has won the AAA Four Diamond award more times than you can count on your fingers and toes.
The square is a place made for hand-in-hand strolling and lined with so many hot spots it's hard to choose where to go.
Do stop in at the legendary Brick Store Pub, if only for a drink, and request a table in the cozy environs of the Belgium beer bar upstairs.
Modern nicknames for Atlanta include "the ATL" and the unfortunate "Hotlanta," but one of its oldest is "The City in a Forest." While that moniker isn't used as often as it once was, it still rings true when you're standing on top of Stone Mountain.
This scenic spot provides panoramic views of Atlanta's famous tree canopy and the skyscrapers of the downtown skyline.
Skyscraper-filled Midtown is much larger than Decatur but still walkable and filled with similarly trendy culinary destinations that foodies will love.