A blend of mezcal, clarified lemon, blanc vermouth, sage and lavender soda, the Summer Dresses cocktail at Atlanta's Biltong Bar in Buckhead shows the creativity of this South African hot spot's drinks program.
This dreamy historic home, Arden, was built in 1917 and designed by renowned architect Neel Reid. Located in Atlanta, Georgia in the prestigious neighborhood of Buckhead, it is considered to be one of Reid's masterpieces.
Jamie Steele is an artist and curator who lives in a charming Atlanta bungalow in the Peachtree Hills neighborhood of Buckhead. Her home also features an art gallery, Camayuhs, where she curates exhibitions of artists from Atlanta and around the country.
More than anything, Danielle Rollins' Atlanta garden is a poem of symmetry and order, the hallmarks of a formal garden. Garden beds are organized behind boxwood hedges and in the distance a grove of hornbeams beautifully frame a sculpture of a stag that pays tribute to her Buckhead neighborhood.
With more and more bartenders trying to create inventive, flavorful non-alcoholic cocktails, Mission + Market in Atlanta's tony Buckhead neighborhood offers a strong showing of sober sips. Lost at Sea is just one of the non-alcoholic offerings at this restaurant focused on casual West Coast fare.
Enhance your driveway with a classic walkway leading guests to the front door. A pre-Civil War home, believed to be built in the 1830s, has a brick walkway that was added when the home was moved to the property in Atlanta's Buckhead neighborhood in 1959.
The 2019 Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Southeastern Designer Showhouse & Gardens is situated on 5 acres in the leafy Buckhead neighborhood. The 12,268 square foot home features Lowcountry inspired elements including painted brick, metal roofing and timber columns and multiple patios with French doors to connect indoors and out.
"Structured with whimsy" is how hostess, designer and tastemaker Danielle Rollins describes her Atlanta garden in the posh Buckhead neighborhood which she has designed to provide interesting views no matter what the angle. "I like the vistas" says Rollins. "One room goes to the next and invites you over." Clematis, roses, jasmine and honeysuckle in shades of white, silver and chartreuse keep a uniform look in the garden.
Located in the heart of the ritzy shopping complex The Shops Buckhead, Biltong Bar has added Tiki Tuesday menu to its offerings, with classic drinks like Mai Tais, Fog Cutters and Rum Barrels rounding out the already copious, clever boozy options from beverage director Sean Gleason. This South African gastropub bills itself as "beef jerky and booze" (biltong means beef jerky and is a traditional South African snack) a with Indian, French and Malaysian dishes on offer and a creative bar menu with exotic French-Caribbean sips like a trendy Chartreuse Colada, a mezcal and lavender soda Summer Dresses and other imaginative offerings.
What do you get when you combine works from a billion dollar art collection and a decadent, seasonal menu masterminded by French Laundry vet and executive chef Christopher Grossman? You get one of Atlanta's most memorable nights out in the tony Buckhead neighborhood. Atlas, on the ground floor of the St. Regis hotel has been open since 2015 but in spring 2019 adds a gorgeous glassed-in "outdoor" dining room reminiscent of vintage European train stations or Paris's Ritz dining room. There is live music in the Tavern Wednesday through Friday, so giddy dancing and general merriment is likely afoot, next to a subdued main dining room where you can dine beneath a Picasso or a Chagall. Locally-sourced ingredients pay homage to Georgia's red clay bounty and inventive, indulgent dishes like a foie gras jus with agnolotti and black truffles and trout with garlic-braised kale and mushrooms alongside pastry chef Christian Castillo's desserts make for destination dining. Oneophiles should check in with personable sommelier Samuel Gamble who offers more than 80 wines by the glass and can expand your vino knowledge exponentially in an evening.