Atlanta City Travel Guide

Atlanta City Travel Guide

Atlanta is one of our all time favorite trade show venues! Centennial Park, the Aquarium, basketball, football within steps — a genuinely great place to have your trade show.

Why should you book Atlanta? With 80% of the U.S. population within a two-hour flight, Atlanta is one of the most accessible destinations in the country. Atlanta’s facilities include five major convention centers and 2.1 million+ gross square feet of total exhibit space. Attendees will want to experience Atlanta’s dining, attractions, even music and nightlife.

If you’re in Midtown to visit the High Museum of Art or to hear the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, you’ll also find an active restaurant scene within a few blocks.

South City Kitchen is where Southern cuisine meets today’s contemporary style. Dine on sautéed shrimp and scallops, buttermilk fried chicken, crispy whole catfish, and desserts of fruit cobbler and chocolate pecan pie.

Guests can almost hear the roar of the surf from Peachtree Road when they step into the Oceanaire Seafood Room a sleek seafood and raw bar restaurant. The art deco dining room in shades of ice and watery blues will get you in the mood for an extensive selection of daily fresh fish. The portions and side dishes (don’t miss the hash brown casserole) are big enough to share. Save room for Baked Alaska, flambéed at your table. This popular Midtown spot is almost as famous for its down home soul cooking as it is for the celebrity owner. The singer who made “Midnight Train to Georgia” a national hit has another hit on her hands, along with her son and partners Ron Winans and Reginald Washington.

Gladys Knight Chicken and Waffles The entree menu changes daily in the casual dining room, but features such favorites as Southern fried chicken, collard greens, and of course, grits. The fresh-baked biscuits and indulgent desserts also draw loud praise. No alcohol.

Learn more about the Georgia World Congress convention center.

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