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Road Map to Market :: Atlanta {Round Up}

Mon, July 14, 2014


Market is coming to a close, but not without few more stops to our favorite spots. Follow us on our final round up of great Atlanta go-to’s for fun, food and flair!


887 Howell Mill Road
Atlanta, GA 30318

Located in Atlanta’s industrial westside, the contemporary-meets-eclectic cuisine at Bocado offers an ever-changing menu based on the seasonal availability of local produce. The always fresh flavors and clean warehouse vibe have landed them atop the best restaurants of Atlanta list. It’s also recently landed them on our “devine dine” list!

You really must: Try the burger. It’s been voted the best in Atlanta by Cosmopolitan Magazine, Creative Loafing and AJC.
May we suggest: Eating the burger stacked with their delicious herb fries. The salty, meaty flavor is beyond tasty… It verges on downright sinful.


A5, 349 Peachtree Hills Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30305

Built over 50 years ago by renowned architect John Portman, the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC) boasts over 55,000 square feet of residential and contract furnishings in the trendy Buckhead area of Atlanta. From furniture to fabric, flooring to fine art, ADAC is a mecca for style! Whenever we travel to market, this design destination is a must-see. Aside from drawing inspiration to re-decorate our homes, it’s a chance to enjoy shopping without the demands of market.

You really must: Attend with a design professional. Design enthusiast {aka clients} are permitted, but only with trade-approved professional.
May we suggest: An ADAC event! Consumers {aka regular folk} are invited to attend during open door events held throughout the year. Find one here.


250 Spring Street NW, 7floor
Atlanta, GA 30303

We never miss a chance to stop by Golden Stella to stock up on stylish staples for the season ahead. Filled with aisles of baubles and bling, the experience quite literally can be overwhelming for first-timers. Luckily, we have seasoned shoppers, our sales team, to guide newbies and make suggestions.

You really must: Visit multiple times on your trip if possible. There are thousands of options, and what seems fabulous today may not tomorrow. A night to ponder produces the best purchases.
May we suggest: Going with an extremely style savvy friend. They can help to make the final call on what to buy when you’re wishing budget were no issue.


093 Hemphill Avenue NW
Atlanta, GA 30318

A visit to see Laura’s nieces is an essential part of the trip. Three of them live there, and aside from catching up and enjoying family, it’s an opportunity for some furniture rearranging whether they like it or not! Such an outing always demands delicious eats, and take out from Antico Pizza is a cut above. Located in Little Italia, they serve arguably the best pizza in the city.

You really must: BYOB or BYOW. They may not serve it, but they’re certainly happy for you to enjoy it!
May we suggest: Valet parking. It’s $5, but worth every penny. Parking there is always tough. The lot is small and street parking is minimal without a walk.


265 Park Avenue NW
Atlanta, GA 30313

What used to be a run-down block in Atlanta is now a glorious park for the community to enjoy, thanks to the 1996 Olympics and the vision of the Atlanta Olympic Games Committee. Located just a block from our hotel, we love to stroll through the 21-acre urban oasis. The fountain of rings is amazing, the donor bricks are inspiring, and the overall feel is family fun yet fabulous.

You really must: Visit the park at night and enjoy a view of the fountain from the ferris wheel. It’s simply majestic!

May we suggest: Coming to one of the amazing park happenings held annually. From the July 4th fireworks to one of the numerous concerts or festivals, each offers a uniquely energetic flair all its own. See upcoming events here.

Next stop on our road map to market… Vegas! We can’t wait to place our bets and maybe hear some Brittany. Don’t miss a mile.


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