The Brasserie at Bazati Atlanta

I heard recently from an Atlanta native that almost a half a century ago, Atlanta was a small town just like Birmingham. The only thing that helped us grow into the city that we are today is that the city of Atlanta decided to invest in building our airport. Which is how we were able

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Full Commission ATL

Whenever I have a morning where I can work a bit slower on projects, I like to check out a new coffee shop that’s opened in town and work from there. It seems like a new beanery is opening monthly and each time one does, I excitedly add it to my ever-growing “restaurant bucket list”.

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Taste in Travel with Liberte Yogurt

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #LiberteTasteOfItaly #CollectiveBias Thank you for supporting the brands that help Darling Down South provide top-quality content year round.  and a chance for you to win a vacation! It seems like everyone around me this summer was having a

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Making a Spring Bouquet with Le Jardin Francais

Le Jardin Francais is one of the most gorgeous floral shops I’ve ever stepped foot into. One day when I get around to finishing my Atlanta Guide, I’m going to include it in the list of places that you absolutely must visit on a trip into town. Walking into Le Jardin Francais is like walking

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Best Farmers Markets in Atlanta

The onset of Spring means the return of my favorite leisure pastime: visiting Farmer’s Markets. I am happy that throughout the past 23 years of me living in Atlanta that there has been a resurgence in popularity for the slow food and “know your farmer” movements. As a self-proclaimed farmers market aficionado, I’ve explored almost

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5 Unique Atlanta Parks to Have a Spring Picnic In

I am so excited that today is the first day of spring. It means we can shed off the dull gray of winter and start prepping for all sorts of fun warm weather activities, like picnics, kite flying, road trips and more. To help you get in the spring frame of mind, I’m sharing 5 unique

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Atlanta’s Prettiest Coffee Shops

I can’t believe there was a time when I didn’t like coffee. Fast forward 20 years and one of my favorite weekend pastimes is visiting new Coffee Shops in Atlanta. With more than a handful of local coffee shops popping up in each of Atlanta’s neighborhoods, it’s impossible to showcase them all but I have

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Toyota XSP Choose Your Own Adventure

Being an equestrian my attraction to trucks is greater than the average girls would be. Country music boasts their love for trucks for muddin’, off roadin’, “checkin’ girls for ticks”, but I feel like growing up riding horses has given me the most appreciation for trucks. They were the reason I was able to take my horse

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Fall Escape to Mercier Orchards

As autumn peaks over the horizon and the humidity starts to evaporate from Atlanta like a steamy shower would dissipate when the door is left open, Atlantan’s start craving all things cool weather. We found ourselves in a position to escape the sweltering heat of late summer and headed north up I-75 to the mountains,

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