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WHAT TO DO WHEN…

YOU HAVE THREE HOURS TO KILL

Best for a bit of culture

Visit the Art Gallery of NSW in the parklands overlooking Sydney Harbour. They have numerous amazing exhibitions throughout the year – our favourite being the Archibald Prize where hundreds of artists enter portraits either of themselves or famous Australians. The museum is also placed in the domain where you can wander through to the botanical gardens and harbour. If you can, visit the iconic Lady Macquarie’s Chair – it’s a sandstone chair carved out of the rock by convicts in 1810 and is said to be one of the best vantage points of Sydney Harbour.

Top Shopping

Visit Paddington and Queen Street in Woollahra for little one-off shops and high-end boutiques, then there’s the Queen Victoria Building in the City which is a building full of big brand and one-off designers. It’s worth a visit just to see the building. Then there’s Pitt Street Mall which has a large Westfield shopping centre for your top brands. We would also visit the Strand Arcade for more one-off shops.

Must check out

The Rocks down by the Harbour Bridge and the Royal Opera House is obviously a must for any tourist. It’s a vibrant pocket of cafes, shops, and weekend market stalls set against a backdrop of historic buildings and passageways.

The walk between Bondi and Bronte is also great especially when Sculpture by the Sea is on.

Jump in a cab to

The Grounds of Alexandria, is a coffee house inspired inner city hub which offers breakfast and an all-day menu from Tuesday – Sunday. The doughnuts are an essential takeaway.

We would also make sure you get out of Sydney central and explore some of the outer suburbs such as Bondi Beach, Watsons Bay, Balmoral, Glebe and Rozelle which are all cute suburbs with something different to offer.

The secret find

Home on Darley in Mona Vale has been described as the ‘Best hidden gem’ in the Northern beaches with amazing homewares from all over the world.

If you are into jewellery 9or you’re with someone who wants to buy you some), be sure to visit Matthew Ely in Woollahra for some incredible gems. Ask to see his pink diamond collection.

YOU ARE LOOKING FOR TASTY, HEALTHY FOOD

Best brunch stop

Make a beeline for Shelly beach in Manly which is a Sydney suburb. The Boathouse has really delicious, fresh food, is in a great picturesque setting and you can walk onto the gorgeous beach or, if you have kids with you, they can play there whilst you eat. Then you can walk off your food with a casual stroll back to Manly. Alternatively try their The Boathouse at Balmoral Beach located in the suburb of Mosman, which is just as picturesque, but there’s a dining room for something a little smarter. They don’t take reservations so just tip up.

Best lunch

The Newport arms on the Northern beaches has a great vibe for lunch – it has a pub type feel with an array of different food options in a great outdoor setting. If you have kids, then the quirky oversized kid games will keep little ones occupied so you can find the time to enjoy your food.

For something smarter, try Cafe Sydney in Custom house or the Quay and Aria , which are both in Circular Quay and look out over the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House . they never fail to impress.

Best dinner experience

Sydney has got a ridiculous selection of incredible restaurants so it’s tough to pick the best but here are some pointers: Potts Point as a suburb has got an amazing selection of places great for dinner, Apollo is an amazing Greek restaurant, then there’s Cho Cho San or Bussshari for authentic Japanese food, Yellow for incredible vegetarian options, and Marta for amazing Italian food inspired by the streets of Rome.

When you want a healthy takeout

Iku for plant based brilliance and tasty poke bowls and Rolld for delicious Vietnamese street food.

WHEN YOU NEED TO IMPRESS YOUR BOSS/ CLIENTS

The go-to eatery

Bambini restaurant has delicious food and the atmosphere is suitably smart. There’s a great wine menu and the staff are always welcoming.

Best spot for a meeting

Bambini is great for a meeting too.

Best hotel

QT hotel in the city is a trendy little boutique hotel with a great bar, restaurant and must-see architecture, which is a mix of Gothic, art Deco and Italianate.

Best after-dinner cocktails

If you want to leave the city central than The Roosevelt in Potts Point brings a bit of New York and Las Vegas to Sydney with amazing cocktails . Alternatively try the downstairs bar in the city called Charlie Parker which takes a food approach to cocktails using amazing fresh ingredients.

YOU NEED A STYLE HIT

When you need stylish work clothes

Try Saba for stylish, simple and modern designs or the department store David Jones for everything from underwear to basics to contemporary workwear.

When you need something for a special occasion

Zimmerman for show stopping eveningwear and sensational beachwear.

Scanlan and Theodore for statement dresses.

Off the beaten track recommendations

Spell and the Gypsy Collective from Byron Bay for amazing boho looks.

Flannel in Mosman for contemporary feminine style.

Best for shoes and accessories

Department store David Jones has a great selection of shoes and accessories for varying budgets.

TO LOOK AFTER YOUR WELLBEING

Best hotel with wellness facilities

With views over Sydney Harbour the Park Hyatt has unrivalled views and the spa has a wealth of amazing treatments for face and body. Try the Ginger Crush Body Treatment if you are suffering from jetlag.

Best spa

The Spa Q in the QT hotel has a fantastic reputation. Try one of their Spa packages to feel fully revived or the Mastery Massage to ease away travel and work tension.

Where to go for a great yoga class

There is an amazing class at the Andrew Boy Charlton Pool in Macquarie St for sunset and sunrise sessions looking over the harbour. (BTW there is no better place to swim than this 8 lane outdoor heated swimming pool, which is surrounded by botanical gardens and overlooks the harbour).

Yoga and whale watching at the same time? Another must is Yoga By The Sea which holds outdoor lessons in various seaside incredible spots including Bondi, Manly, Bronte Tamarama.

Where to go to sweat

Join one of the group sessions in Rushcutters Bay Park to sweat with a view.

YOU ARE IN NEED OF BEAUTIFICATION

Best place for a fast, immaculate manicure

You can’t go wrong at Jocelyn Petroni in Woollahra which is the first official nail expert for Chanel Australia.

Best place for a blowdry

Renya Xydis at Valonz in Paddington for a modern undone blowdry.

Best facial in town

Head to Jocelyn Petroni in Woollahra (see above) or for a super luxe experience try Zen Facial in Bronte which is a face lift for body and soul.

Best for eyebrows

Sharon Lee in Woollahra who many say is one of the best brow shapers in the world.

This guide is compiled by Caroline Hill

WHAT TO DO WHEN…

YOU HAVE THREE HOURS TO KILL

Best for a bit of culture

Visit the Olympic Sculpture Park. It’s an amazing outdoor waterfront museum with contemporary sculptures and amazing views of the Puget Sound, Space Needle, and Olympic Mountains. What’s more it’s free to the public.

Top shopping

Hands down, Pike Place Market. There’s no better place to grab fresh farm produce, flowers, local artist trinkets, a tasty bite to eat, and to catch a glimpse of the famous fishmonger station.

Must check out

Seattle Center – the architecture alone is eye-candy with an incredible legacy of buildings left from the 1962 World’s Fair from some of the foremost architects of the time. Be sure to see the US Science Pavilion and the Space Needle and to walk around to see all the view points.

Jump in a cab to

A neighbouring town like Ballard or Freemont. In both you’ll find quaint obscure shops, tasty restaurants and fabulous people watching. The Ballard Locks are one of Seattle’s biggest tourist attractions and you can spy the famous Troll Monument under the Aurora bridge in Freemont.

Secret Finds

Bars: In the evening check out the Bath Tub Gin, a speakeasy with prohibition style cocktails. In the daytime make a beeline for JarrBarr known as ‘The Best Little Bar in Seattle’ which has great drinks and small bites.

Bookshop: Elliot Bay Book Co. is a full service multi-level gem located in the Capitol Hill area of Seattle which has a killer café/bar called Odd Fellows.

Coffee Shop: The original Starbucks located in Pike Place Market.

Best brunch stop

Without a doubt try Portage Bay Café. Offering a range of many healthy options there is also an amazing waffle bar and six varieties of eggs benedict. Alternatively take a quick water taxi from downtown Seattle across the Puget Sound over to West Seattle where you will find Salty’s on Alki Beach, which is pricey but there’s an amazing display and variety of food on offer including an amazing selection of NW seafood. It also has the best view of Seattle.

Best lunch stop

Il Corvo has the best pasta in the city. They are only open for lunch and when they sell out, they sell out. Prepare to stand in line and sit family-style in the dining room.

Best dinner experience

This has to be the very special Pink Door located in Pike Place. With Italian fare, burlesque shows, cabaret, music and trapeze (as well as many other surprises) it also has excellent food and unique décor.

Where can you buy healthy takeaway food?

HeartBeet Organic Superfoods Café located in the Queen Anne area of Seattle has superfoods galore with plant-based soups, juices, salads and so on.

YOU NEED TO IMPRESS YOUR BOSS/ CLIENTS

The go-to eatery

Aqua by El Gaucho is unbeatable for fine seafood on an amazing waterfront pier. Alternatively try one of the many upscale (not stuffy) steakhouses like Daniels Broiler in the South Lake Union area of Seattle. Offering waterfront dining with amazing steaks, seafood and a piano bar. You can watch a sea plane or two taking off or landing during your dining experience.

Best place for a meeting

Head to the Goldfinch Tavern at the Four Seasons Hotel which has great views of Seattle waterfront. Classy and quiet with amazing fresh cuisine, it also has an excellent happy hour if your meeting runs into the evening.

Best hotel

There are too many to choose from. If you are creatively inclined, try the Hotel Max, The Sorrento, isa historic boutique hotel, the Fairmont Olympic Hotel is an elegant luxury destination and the Thompson Hotel, is a contemporary urban boutique hotel and landmark that attracts entrepreneurs and philanthropists from around the world.

Best for after dinner cocktails

During the summer months, or on a clear night head to M Bar a killer artsy rooftop bar where you can watch the sun set, or try The Nest at the Thompson Hotel which is another rooftop bar with stunning views and fun place to see and be seen.

YOU’RE TRAVELLING ALONE

Best hotel for solo travellers

The Hyatt Regency which is located directly in the heart of downtown won’t leave you feeling lonely. It has a convenient location for getting in and around the area with great amenities. Alternatively try the Inn at the Market which is a fun boutique hotel and the only one located in Pike Place Market. It has ocean views, a rooftop bar, and is walking distance to several of Seattle’s iconic attractions.

Best restaurant for a solo diner

Millers Guild at the Hotel Max has a cozy, rustic, no fuss, relaxed vibe with live fire cooking and excellently friendly staff.

YOU NEED A STYLE HIT

Where to go for stylish work clothes

Head downtown to Seattle Nordstrom for its extreme variety and knowledgeable, stylish staff who can advise (without being annoyingly pushy). They will look and look until it’s been found. Also great for shoes and accessories.

Where to go for special occasion clothes

Again, Nordstrom for all the same reasons, or Anthropologie for their uniquely special finds. If you’re looking for luxurious, one-of-a-kind, modernist fashion then head to Tokokaelo which is located in the Capitol Hill area with loads of other shops nearby.

YOU NEED TO STAY WELL WHEN AWAY

Best hotel with wellness facilities?

Fairmont Olympic Hotel, a classic, luxury hotel in Seattle which seems to have it all. Home to the Penelope & Beauty Bar day spa there is also an amazing health club, including a pool and personal trainers upon request.

Best spa

Penelope & The Beauty Bar (see above) is 3000+ square foot of spa which will accommodates all of your beauty and wellness needs from a mani/pedi to lash extensions, massages, sugaring, detoxifying treatments to make-up application and WAY beyond. Definitely worth a visit.

Where to get a great yoga class

Ritual House Yoga on 19th is a locally owned and operated studio in Capitol Hill. Hugely popular with incredible teachers, regulars say it is life changing.

Where to do a great HIIT class

Orange Theory is a 1-hour heart rate based fitness class. Expect to leave feeling like you can conquer the world – it’s fast paced, high intensity, coach driven, fun, has great music and encouraging members… an extremely well rounded and efficient workout.

Best health food store

PCC Community Markets offer locally grown and organic groceries and goods. With knowledgeable and friendly staff there are several locations in and around the Seattle area.

YOU ARE IN NEED OF BEAUTIFICATION

Best place for a blowdry

Bowie Salon & Spa for a high standard of service in a laid back environment. Habitude in Ballard has a more earthy and natural vibe and has world class stylists as well as a spa.

Best facial in town

Spruce Apothecary in West Seattle has an incredible shop with an array of holistic beauty, wellness and lifestyle brands. Their facials are also amazing. Also, Skin Spirit at University Village has a excellent staff that administer a variety of medical grade facial options with a serene but welcoming atmosphere.

Best for eyebrows

Look no further than BellaMetrics for microblading. Owned and operated by Ashley Cohen, her attention to precise detail and colour are incredible. For a brow wax head to Waxing the City in Ballard who take their time to really work with the clients’ needs and wants. A quiet and comfortable atmosphere.

DON’T LEAVE SEATTLE WITHOUT CHECKING OUT

Deep Dive under the Amazon Spheres for incredible cocktails.

Ice Cream at the Kurtwood Farm Shop, and buy ALL his cheeses to take home.

The Fuji Bakery, an artisanal bakery in the International District.

Market Grill for fresh seafood at Pike Place Market.

Dinner at Bar Del Corso on Beacon Hill.

A show at Neumo’s on Capitol Hill, a funky Seattle staple night club.

Delicious bites at Tacos Chukis.

The Seattle Public Library.

In the nicer months, grab some beverages, pack a lunch and rent an electric boat to putt around on Lake Union.

Taking a stroll or a run around Green Lake. Roughly 2.8 miles. Loads of restaurants and bars surround the lake that is ALWAYS buzzing with people of all ages.

Checking out the Pacific Science Center.

Shopping for amazing vintage finds at Red Light in the University District.

Buying a stash of donuts at Top Pot in the Denny Triangle before heading for the plane.

WHAT TO DO WHEN…

YOU HAVE THREE HOURS TO KILL

Best for a bit of culture

Visit Zeitz Mocaa Museum of Contemporary Art which has incredible architecture and some of the best exhibitions. Then we suggest you drive or walk through Bo-Kaap in the Cape Malay area, which is colourful and eclectic. If you are after something different in a beautiful setting then head to the Norval Foundation in Tokai which is an Art Museum and Centre for Cultural expression. And if you’re looking for something outdoorsy than the Kirstenbosch Gardens at the base of Table Mountain are a must – they are one of the greatest botanical gardens of the world.

Top shopping

For all the top recognisable brands, head to the V & A Waterfront in Table Bay Harbour where there is tonnes to see and do. If you’re looking for independent shops, then Bree Street is your place, which is officially one of the hippest streets in Cape Town with a gin bar, stylish boutiques, a barber and a shop entirely dedicated to cheese. If antiques and quirky vintage finds are your thing then head to Kalk Bay.

Must check out

Table Mountain – Take the cable car but the best way is to walk up to earn that view and you can be up and down within 3hrs. Make sure you drive along Chapmans Peak which is between Noordhoek and Hout Bay for stunning views, and spend some time on Camps Bay Beach which is the closest beach to Cape Town with an incredible vibe and views of the Twelve Apostle Mountains.

Jump in a cab to

Woodstock which lies between the docks of Table Bay and the lower slopes and Devil’s Peak. Don’t leave without visiting the Saturday market at The Old Biscuit Mill for fine local designs and incredible fresh food produce.

For wine-lovers, wine-tasting at Eagles Nest, Constantia is an absolute must.

Secret Find

You can’t leave Cape Town without a visit to the Oranjezicht City Market at Granger Bay on Saturday and Sunday mornings for fresh, artisan and hand-made food as well as beautiful fresh flowers.

YOU WANT TASTY, HEALTHY FOOD

Best brunch stop

For great coffee and all-day breakfast head to Clarkes where you can choose from lots of fermented food options, cooked breakfast home-baked bread, fresh juices as well as eggs and avocado on toast.

Best Lunch

Famous for its array of salads, ‘Love sandwiches’ and tasty treats, The Kitchen in Woodstock is a must and has the tastiest Vegan food.

Best Dinner Experience

If you love Indian food then you will love Thali at the Chef’s Warehouse in Beau Constantia, which offers delicious traditional Indian food cooked from scratch.

When you want a healthy takeout

NU Health Food Cafe serves up the freshest healthy food using the finest local produce. Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, gluten/ wheat/ dairy/ sugar free then there are delicious salads, juices, smoothies, wraps and snacks to take away or eat in. There are 12 to visit throughout Cape Town.

WHEN YOU NEED TO IMPRESS YOUR BOSS/ CLIENTS

The go-to eatery

Roof top of The Silo Hotel has the best view in town and great light lunches.

Best place for a meeting

The Mount Nelson Hotel, set at the foot of Table Mountain was painted pink for peace in 1918. With old school charm it is perfect for meetings.

Best all-round hotel

A little off the beaten track but still only 30 mins from Cape Town city centre, the Tintswalo Atlantic Hotel is right on the sea and offers an almost wilderness feel whilst being near the city. If you’re looking for something very high end, try Ellerman House which has a boutique feel with an amazing private art collection.

Best for after dinner cocktails

Dinner at Chefs Warehouse at Beau Constantia. Best views and best food in Cape Town hands down. Get their early for sundowners.

YOU’RE TRAVELLING ALONE

Best hotel for solo travellers

The Dorp Hotel which has just opened its doors. Super quirky interior with a homely feel. Think Soho House but African style.

Best restaurant for a solo diners

Between Us on Bree Street which always houses a fun young crowd and its easy to make a few friends.

YOU NEED A STYLE HIT

When you need stylish work clothes

Country Road. at the Woolworths V&A Shopping Centre is always classic and super stylish.

When you’ve got a special occasion

Head to KLuK CGDT which specialises in locally made bespoke options with brave uses of colour, pattern and fabric.

Best for stylish basics

From underwear to swimwear, kidswear and accessories Woolworths has it all covered.

Off the beaten track recommendations…

‘Merchants on Long’ which showcases the best in African style and unique designers.

Best for shoes and accessories

Pichulik at the V&A Waterfront celebrates handcrafted African accessories and jewellery.

TO LOOK AFTER YOUR WELLBEING

Best hotel with wellness facilities

The One & Only which not only has a tip notch wellness facility but it has the most amazing view of Table Mountain to boot.

Best spa

The Lanzerac Wine estate Spa in Stellenbosch not only has fantastic facilities but it’s in the most beautiful setting. Have the TheraVine Face & Body Glow Experience – it’s incredible.

Where to go for a great Yoga class

Yoga Life has a great Power Yoga Class that will leave you buzzing and revived.

Where to go to sweat

Virgin Active at Wembley Square is where all the City folk go. With everything from weights to a pool and bootcamp classes, there’s something here for everyone.

Best health food store

Organic Living Constantia is the best independent health food store we know with well-informed staff always willing to offer good advice.

YOU ARE IN NEED OF BEAUTIFICATION…

Best stop for a fast, immaculate manicure

Sorbet Nails on Kloof Street is convenient, quick and easy to park.

Best place for a blowdry

Hand on Park Road do modern, beautiful hair.

Best facial in town

Skin Renewal Constantia – Not only do they do one of the best facials they also offer advice on nutrition to help the skin.

Best for eyebrows

The Urban Beauty Lounge in Wembley Square specialise in brows, lashes and spray tanning, plus you can escape to your car unseen post treatment.

DON’T LEAVE CAPE TOWN WITHOUT CHECKING OUT

Lunch at Harbour House in Kalk Bay. Ask for a table right on the sea and you will more than likely see a dolphin or a whale.

A day trip to Babylonstoren which are unique Cape Dutch farms with incredible gardens, restaurants and a spa.

A VERY refreshing (borderline freezing) swim at Llanduno beach where you can also watch the surfers.

On the first Thursday of the month, get a cab into town to Loop Street where all the art galleries are open late and the roads are pedestrianised. All the bars are open and people spill onto the streets so the vibe is really fun.

This City Guide has been curated by Kate Kindersley founder of hadeda.co.uk an interiors and style shop that celebrates the craftsmanship of African design.

WHAT TO DO WHEN…

YOU HAVE THREE HOURS TO KILL

Best for a bit of culture

Head to the High Museum of Art and if there is time run across the street to MODA (Museum of Design Atlanta). The High Museum’s collection is world class with highlights from Georgia artists. Make sure to check out the extensive folk art collection featuring Georgia’s own Howard Finster.

Top shopping

Check out the Little Five Points neighbourhood for vintage and vinyl.

Must check out

Experience a show at the historic Fox Theater. Whether its Broadway or a major headliner, the theatre itself is the star of the show with its starry sky and amazing acoustics.

Jump in a cab to

Piedmont Park. Located in midtown, the 186 acre park provides plenty of space for meandering and checking out the locals. It hosts many festivals and concerts, so be sure to look at the schedule first.

The secret find

Check out the street art in Atlanta (https://streetartmap.org/atlanta-street-art-maps/cabbagetown-reynoldstown-street-art-mural-map/), and don’t miss the ever changing work in Krog Tunnel where you’ll probably run into an artist or two at work.

When you’re craving tasty, healthy food

Head to Upbeet in West Midtown for tasty bowls and salads made to order with only the freshest organic ingredients (https://www.upbeet.com/menu).

Best brunch stop

For a taste of the south, check out Home Grown (http://www.homegrownga.com/). It’s a cult favorite with all of the fixings you would expect from your southern grandma from fried green tomatoes to catfish. For a more traditional brunch, check out Ria’s Bluebird (https://riasbluebird.com/). The pancakes are the best around, but get there early because they don’t take reservations and the line grows quickly.

Best lunch

If you’re looking for variety, stop by Ponce City Market and check out the food hall with options for everyone. While you’re there make the trip up to the roof to the midway for one of the best views in Atlanta.

Best dinner experience

Head to Marcel in the Westside Provisions District. It’s a modern steak house with lots of options for everyone. Be sure to grab a pre or post dinner drink at Little Trouble and you’ll feel like you’ve walked into the movie Blade Runner.

When you want a healthy takeout

Café Sunflower (www.cafesunflower.com) in Buckhead is not to be missed for the best vegan food in town.

WHEN YOU NEED TO IMPRESS YOUR BOSS/ CLIENTS

The go-to eatery

Empire State South – upscale southern food and a relaxed vibe make this a midtown staple. Order the “in jars” as an appetizer to start things off on the right foot.

Best for a meeting

Grab some space at The Elevator Factory (http://www.elevatorfactory.com/) for a relaxed creative vibe in Grant Park.

Best hotel

Moxy (https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/atlox-moxy-atlanta-midtown/?scid=bb1a189a-fec3-4d19-a255-54ba596febe2) where the little details are never missed and they keep it light with games in the lobby.

Best for after-dinner cocktails

Head to Establishment (https://www.establishmentatlanta.com/menu) for a craft cocktail on the patio.

YOU’RE TRAVELLING ALONE

Best hotel for solo travellers

Hotel Claremont (https://www.hotelclermont.com) is a boutique hotel with tons of personality where the mix of locals and business travellers will guarantee an interesting stay. Head upstairs to the rooftop bar for the best view in Atlanta and if you’re feeling very adventurous, you can go downstairs to meet Blondie at the Atlanta staple, Claremont Lounge — a dive bar and strip club.

Best restaurant for solo diners

Kevin Rathbun’s Steak – Grab a seat at the bar to meet fellow travellers or better yet, grab a spot on the patio and watch Atlanta walk by on the beltline.

YOU NEED A STYLE HIT

When you need stylish work clothes

Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza offer every shopping option you could desire including Nordstrom, Bloomingdales and Saks 5th Avenue. Be sure to check out Abbey Glass (https://abbey-glass.com/), an Atlanta designer that adds a little southern charm to her trendy designs.

When you’ve got a special occasion to attend

Head to Lenox for all the options for the ladies, and for the guys, make an appointment with Thomas Wages (https://thomaswages.com/) for the best in southern style.

Best for stylish finds

Check out Labels Resale (https://labelsrb.com/) for gently used high end fashion finds or Coco + Mischa (http://www.cocoandmischa.com/) for unique vintage.

Best for shoes and accessories

Tootsies – https://www.tootsies.com/atlanta.

TO LOOK AFTER YOUR WELLBEING 

Best hotel with wellness facilities

Loew’s Hotel on Peachtree (https://www.loewshotels.com/atlanta-hotel) is phenomenal. Check out Exhale for a premium spa and workout experience, including spin and yoga classes.

Best Spa

Go to the spa at the Four Seasons and make sure you don’t miss the Spa Happy Hour.

Where to go for yoga

Dancing Dogs Yoga (https://dancingdogsyoga.com/) on the beltline will get you sweating with their Baptiste style yoga classes.

Where to go to sweat

MADabolic (http://www.madabolic.com/locations/madabolic-atlanta).

Best health food store

Sevananda (https://www.sevananda.coop/goodfood/grocery/) – With an unparalleled bulk department and all of the wellness goodies you could ever want, this coop has it all – except for meat, fish and alcohol.

YOU ARE IN NEED OF BEAUTIFICATION

When you need a fast, immaculate manicure

Passion Nail (http://passionnailsinatlanta.com/) in Inman Park will have you in and out in minutes.

Best for a facial

Aviary (https://www.aviarybeauty.com/) which has a great vibe in a warehouse style building just off the beltline.

Best for eyebrows

Sweet & Lashful (https://www.sweetandlashful.com/) – The super friendly staff will help you with everything from brows to lashes, dying to lifting and sculpting.

DON’T LEAVE ATLANTA WITHOUT CHECKING OUT

The Beltline – Walk (or scoot) from Ponce City Market to Krog Market to get a real feel for Atlanta. Be sure to allow plenty of time to stop and look at the art, grab a drink or just enjoy the people watching. Make sure to look out for the tiny doors along the route thanks to the Tiny Door Project (https://tinydoorsatl.com/pages/doors).