With Convergence less than a month away, we thought we’d lend a hand in planning some places to eat, and things to see in Atlanta. We’ve ask our consultants who’ve done the most work and spent the most time in Altanta to duke it out and come up with a list. Here goes:
This restaurant came in unanimously at the top of everyone’s list, and with good reason. Famous for their breakfasts, ask any Atlanta native, the Flying Biscuit is by far the best place to enjoy a hearty Georgian style breakfast. The one closest to Convergence, is actually in Midtown, and a short cab ride away.
A little known, restaurant, run by the same folks who brought you Fellini’s Pizza, in Atlanta. La Fonda Latina offers an incredible taste of Latin cuisine, with a variety lending from Cuban, to Mexican dishes. It’s a little bit of a hike, but ask any of our team members at the show this year, we’ll gladly make the drive for you.
One of the most interesting corners of Atlanta, Little Five Points is a melting pot of culture, with unique boutique stores featuring clothes from all over the world, Little Five Points is also home to some of Atlanta’s finest bars and restaurants. Definitely call ahead if you plan to dine here, and save plenty of time for parking.
What trip to Atlanta would be complete without a stop to one of their most famous and time enduring staples? The Varsity has been serving customers since 1929, and we’re told one of the best burgers in Atlanta.
The Georgia Aquarium, is steps from the World Congress Center, where Convergence 2015 is hosted this year. Home to over 100,000 animals, plan to spend a good few hours here, as you’re sure to see some amazing marine life.
These are just a few of the places we’d recommend visiting in Atlanta. If you’d like to explore more, our team members are hosting nightly events to some of Atlanta’s most unique venues. Give us a call, or send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) , and we’ll be happy to play tour guide for you!