26. Sip a Negroni on a terrace

Or lounge about in a glamorous bar


Okay, so Atlanta’s not Paris, but you can pretend you’re Owen Wilson and travel back to the Jazz Age, when the likes of Clark Gable, Carole Lombard, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tallulah Bankhead, and Charles Lindbergh mingled at the Georgian Terrace Hotel. When the Fox Theatre opened across the street in 1929, the hotel used to roll out a red carpet for visiting stars to cross Peachtree. The lobby’s Livingston Bar is still a glam hangout where you can settle under an umbrella-shaded table, savor a barrel-aged Negroni, and watch the theatergoers.

This article originally appeared in our April 2013 issue.

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  • Voltaire

    Yes, that’s sounds lovely….juxtaposing the glamour of watching the likes of Clark Gable then against the likes of a bunch of hicks from Kennesaw who bringin’ thur kids to see a big fancy show.