If you are looking to sweep that special someone off your feet or are looking for new ideas for date night, then do not pass on the hot spots and hidden gems that make Atlanta a garden of experiences.

Canoe –Not too far northwest is one of Atlanta’s renowned farm-to-table, upscale, new American dineries nestled on the bank of the Chattahoochee River, Canoe. Canoe offers a romantic setting with natural, yet manicured, lawns and a tranquil waterfront. Inside, diners settle into overstuffed booths or tables and enjoy an inspired decor that features an exposed kitchen and a ceiling that resembles the inside of a canoe. Located in Vinings, Canoe is one of the area’s most acclaimed restaurants, and diners can feast on such delicious treats as she-crab soup, Australian octopus, oven-roasted duck breast and hand-rolled fettuccine.

Georgia Aquarium– Let yourself get cast away into Georgia Aquarium’s underwater wonderland for your Friday date night. This is no hidden gem in Downtown Atlanta; and in fact, from 2005-2012 it was the largest aquarium in the entire world. The aquarium frequently hosts 21+ events where patrons can enjoy food, drinks, and explore all on their own.

St. Cecilia– In the heart of Buckhead’s financial district is St. Cecilia, renowned Chef-Owner Ford Fry’s coastal European masterpiece. Frequented by the Buckhead’s upscale diners, a visit to St. Cecilia’s swanky bar into a seafood dinner, in a dramatic three-story room with white tile columns and marble bars is sure to go over well with the date.


Skyline Park– If you’re going for that rooftop atmosphere, then Ponce City Market’s Skyline Park is just the destination for two. Fun and old-timey festivities with a scenic rooftop vista are Skyline Park’s vibe. From carnival games, to mini golf, to carnival sweets and adult libations this is truly a destination like no other in Atlanta.

Starlight Drive-In– If you’re in the mood for a classic date-night idea that is sure to create lasting memories, take a night to go to the Starlight Drive-In theatre in south Atlanta. There’s no need to explain the cozy, nostalgic appeal of a drive-in, so come out with your special someone to see films new and old.

Antico– If you’re looking for a change of pace and are trying to keep it authentic (not to say any prior ideas aren’t) then relocate date night to Atlanta’s favorite pizza place near Georgia Tech, Antico. Family run pizzeria known for brick oven pies, could quite possibly be the best pizza in the southeast.

Hidden in the verdurous backdrop of Atlanta, Chastain East, is Buckhead’s nearby haven, a beautiful neighborhood of custom-designed, open floorplan, single family homes. A glimpse from Atlanta’s largest green space, Chastain Park, and absolutely surrounded by world class dining, shopping, business, and entertainment, Chastain East is becoming home to the premier residents of the city.

Immerse yourself in the sought after culture of Atlanta by being at the doorstep to the city, while luxuriating in the exclusivity and quietness of Chastain East’s urban residences.

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