List Of Brookhaven's Top Restaurants
When the weekend rolls around and you’re mentally and physically exhausted from the work week, a night out is in order. In the past, residents of Brookhaven and other North Atlanta areas had to brave Buckhead or Midtown traffic to find suitable places to enjoy their evenings. Not anymore. With the recent real estate boom in Brookhaven came an influx of new restaurants and gathering places. From sushi to Southern, what follows is a list of the best restaurants in Brookhaven.
Noche Tequila & Tapas Bar
If you’re looking for a restaurant that can easily transition from cool winter to hot summer, look no further than Noche. Originally a Virginia-Highland staple, Noche opened in Town Brookhaven a short while ago and has garnered rave reviews.
Open for lunch, dinner, and beyond, Noche boasts a large menu of tapas including tacos, salads, and plenty of Spanish favorites. Their margarita is famous, as well, and pairs well with any small plate.
Perhaps one of the best features of this Brookhaven restaurant is the large outdoor area, complete with an indoor/outdoor bar. If you find the weather too cold, however,...
A City With Great Events Year Round
Atlanta has been called the New York City of the south, but Atlanta residents prefer to think of it as something a little different, a city unique unto itself. Tradition reigns, which means there are dozens of annual events in Atlanta that need to be seen, visited, and explored. Whether you’re a longtime resident ready for a new adventure or someone looking to buy their first home in Atlanta, keep reading for some of the city’s top annual events.
Peach Drop - New Year’s Eve
Billed as the largest New Year’s Eve celebration in the southeast, the Peach Drop is one of Atlanta’s favorite ways to spend the last night of the year. People come from all around the city and suburbs, as many as 100,000 in recent years.
The Peach Drop has been around since 1989 and has only increased in popularity and size since. What began as a small event with only a few entertainers has grown to include national acts such as Collective Soul, Sister Hazel, Miranda Lambert, Julianne Hough, and many others.
With the large number of restaurants, bars, and other spaces in Underground Atlanta, the party begins early and lasts until the wee hours of January 1. Contrary to popular belief, however, families are welcome. The day begins at 11:00am with children’s activities and entertainment, including live music, an arcade, and carnival rides. New Year’s Eve is a time to celebrate, and there is no better place to do so than in Underground Atlanta, watching the Peach Drop.
Atlanta Dogwood Festival
For more than 80 years, the ...