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From a popular landmark or attraction to a must-visit restaurant or bar, uncover Atlanta's ultimate top 10 experiences.
Updated: March 26, 2004
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Crowds are the telltale sign that the cozy corner eatery serves up hottest brunch in town.
This opulent Atlanta landmark--built in the 1920s as a Yaarab Temple Shrine Mosque--hosts all sorts of shows, but for a true behind-the-scenes experience take the guided tour.
Go on an international shopping spree at Decatur's massive food emporium. The size of two football fields, it sells everything from pig trotters to turmeric root.
Attend a Braves game on a clear summer night and you've found the perfect Atlanta outing--there's even a Coke bottle that spews fireworks.
Make a Tuesday-night pilgrimage to this quirky Decatur restaurant for Scott Peacock's famous fried chicken. And try to save room for the equally renowned chocolate cake.
Listen to Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have A Dream" speech from the pews of his home church, part of the national historic site.
Skip the tram and hike up the world's largest hunk of exposed granite. Start just before sunset and you'll be rewarded with a stunning view of Atlanta.
Whether you think it's a grease pit or glorious, there's nothing else like this Atlanta treasure. Head to the world's largest drive-in for a frosted orange, onion rings and a chili dog.
Pay a visit to Nico, a male beluga whale, at the world's largest aquarium.
Visit one of the Southeast's premier museums featuring regional and international art.