Eating his way across the South and beyond, John T. Edge has logged more time in restaurant than just about anyone. Here, his top ten dishes of the year -- from lardo-wrapped fish to one hell of a tomato sandwich.
Merriam-Webster somewhat vaguely defines a “hipster” as “a person who is unusually aware of and interested in new and unconventional patterns.” While what exactly qualifies someone as a hipster may be up for debate, to compile our list, we took a quantitative approach to determining the 20 places in which hipsterdom is most likely to flourish.
The Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport was particularly busy on the Labor Day holiday as more than 20,000 people arrived to the city for the National Baptist Convention’s 132nd Annual Session.
Like the blossoms that brighten this Southern belle's landscape every spring, Atlanta is a perennial rejuvenator, infusing her classic charm with modern style and welcoming visitors to her unique blend of history, dining, shopping, and adventure.
"Sweet Georgia Brown," "Ramblin' Man," "Rainy Night in Georgia," "Midnight Train to Georgia," "Back to Georgia," "Chattahoochee" -- whatever your music taste is, Georgia just might be the perfect place for your group's next meeting.
From towering Atlantic Ocean waves rolling into pretty white sand to cities rich in history to country music to the glitzy casino hotels of the Gulf Coast, America's Southeast offers an amazing array of meeting venues.
Established in 1913, Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau is the official destination marketing organization for the city and serves to favorably impact Atlanta's economy through conventions and tourism.