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Atlanta doesn't always get the respect it deserves for being a metropolitan city. Fact is, it truly has much to offer in terms of shopping, dining, and entertainment. Fortunately, for those seeking short term rentals in Atlanta, they'll find plenty of things to do, plenty of places to shop, and lots and lots of dining choices.

Dining:
The culinary highlight of Atlanta is undeniably its southern cuisine. Regardless of whether you seek southern fusion or an authentic throwback to traditional southern cuisine, you'll definitely find what you want at one of Atlanta's many southern restaurants. The most recommended joints for southern cuisine in Atlanta are South City Kitchen, Mary Mac's Tea Room, The Busy Bee Cave, Gladys and Ron's Chicken & Waffles, and The Colonnade. In addition to the popular and much celebrated southern cuisine, Atlanta boasts a slew of diverse eateries that will undoubtedly fulfill the needs and desires of most of you. Some of the most popular non-southern restaurants in Atlanta are: Horseradish Grill, Cakes & Ale, Babette's Cafe, Buckhead Diner, Flying Biscuit Cafe, Restaurant Eugene, Atlanta Fish Market, and Sotto Sotto.

Nightlife:
Atlanta is one of those cities that begins to pick up after six in the evening. The city boasts a number of lounges and nightclubs that are sure to satisfy the nightlife needs of all those of you staying with us in one of our furnished apartments in Atlanta. Some of the most popular spots where you can experience Atlanta's club scene are: The Koo Koo Room, Halo Lounge, Compound, Eclipse di Luna, Blind Willie's, Dante's Down the Hatch, and Eddie's Attic.

In terms of bars and lounges, Atlanta also has much to offer. Some of Atlanta's more popular barhopping destinations are Eleven50, Atkins Park, Buckhead Saloon, the Leopard Lounge, Atkins Park, and Manuel's Tavern. Regardless of whether you prefer clubs or bars, you won't find it difficult to locate great nightlife spots to frequent. To stay on top of exactly what's going on in Atlanta entertainment scene, you can pick up the `Weekend Preview' section of Creative Loafing or the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. These publications will help to keep you well in the loop about the goings on of the city's nightlife.

Shopping:
Atlanta is known for many things, but one thing that we're sure most of our clients will appreciate is the array of diverse shopping experiences. The city contains the following shopping areas which are all quite distinct:

Buckhead is definitely the commercial epicenter of shopping in Atlanta. Those taking advantage of short term rentals Atlanta might want to spend some time in Buckhead with its premiere shopping malls and department stores. The two major malls in Buckhead are Phipps Plaza and Lenox Square.

Bennett Street is a favorite spot for antique hunters and enthusiasts of home decorating. You'll find a number of family owned antique shops as well as some of the best selection of furniture stores Atlanta has to offer.

Much like the aforementioned Bennett Street, Chamblee's Antique Row is the place to go when searching for historic antiques and other hard-to-find items. The largest of the shops there is the Broad Street Antiques Mall where you'll find over 100 dealers all under one roof.

Virginia-Highland is another one of Atlanta's more unique shopping areas. Full of boutique stores, mom & pop businesses, and some of the hippest art galleries in all of Atlanta, Virginia Highland is one great shopping destination where you can easily spend your entire day. It's located along North Highland Avenue, between University Drive and Ponce de Leon Avenue.

Seeing an obvious revival over the last decade or so, The Westside's old warehouses have been converted into retail stores of all kinds over the last decade or so. There are many nice restaurants, bars, boutiques, and art galleries. This can be a nice area to hit as you're winding down your shopping day, since there are several top restaurants and cafes you can choose from to have dinner at.

Little Five Points is often referred to as the hipster shopping district of the city. It's not far from Virginia-Highland, so you can easily hit both areas in a single afternoon. Home to many small boutiques and eclectic shops, those looking for this type of shopping fix will feel right at home in Little Five Points. You can begin your stroll along Moreland Avenue headed towards Euclid. Then you can work your way down Euclid.

Stone Mountain Village, as its name suggests, is a highly desirable shopping destination which is adjacent to Stone Mountain. It has been a popular retail destination since its inception in the 1800s, and has thrived ever since. If crafts and collectibles are your thing, then Stone Mountain Village is not to be missed. There's a Village Visitor Center there which will help to inform you on special sales and local events.

 
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