Another landmark dating back to '29, Henri's has been the sweet tooth indulgence of choice for generations of ATL families.
The Clermont Inn: kind of decrepit, in need of a fix up, a little rough around the edges, but still timeless. Not unlike the dancing ladies you'll find 'round back.
The Plaza might have a fancy new digital projector, but it's still the oldest operating cinema in Atlanta. (And it's definitely haunted.)
The creepiest place to catch a rock show in ATL, the Masquerade has survived a fire, a couple of Gwar shows and plenty of ghostly spectres.
Many times we've driven past this glowing ice cream cone on Ponce in the wee hours; very few times have we been able to resist the lure of a Nut Brown Crown.
A mere glimpse of this glowing logotype is enough to cause instant cravings for a pad Thai burrito.
Perhaps one of the most iconic pieces of signage in Atlanta, this one belongs to the congregation of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s church in the Sweet Auburn district.
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