Top 10 Things to Do in Atlanta on Sundays
Atlanta may be in the Bible belt, but there are several fun things to do on a Sunday in this city. Here are just a few of the options.
BarleysThe downtown area is not exactly flush with sports bars. The ones located in this area can be overrun with overly exuberant tourists or rowdy out of town sports fans. The best place to catch a game on Sunday or just have a great time can be found right on Peachtree. Barleys can be an excellent place to spend a Sunday afternoon or evening. They offer great drink specials, pool tables and other forms of bar entertainment.
338 Peachtree Street Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30308-3210
Geisha HouseSunday is one night of the week when people are looking to wind down from their weekend and prepare for the week ahead. This is why it is more enjoyable to have someone else do the cooking for you. Head over to Geisha House and not only will you get a great meal on Sunday, but you will get it at a wonderful price. This is because most of the menu is reduced by 50% on Sunday.
1380 Atlantic Dr NW
Atlanta, GA 30363
Cafe 458Brunch is one of the cornerstones of Sunday dining. Those who are looking for a great brunch should take a trip downtown to the most unique Sunday brunch locations in the city. Café 458 is only open to the public on Sundays for brunch. The proceeds from the brunch are used to fund the local Samaritan House which helps feed and house homeless people in the city.
458 Edgewood Avenue Southeast
Atlanta, GA 30312-1838
361 17th Street Northwest,
Après DiemThis restaurant is a great place for those looking to have a delicious brunch in Sunday. Not only is the food here exceptional, so is the restaurant itself. The décor of the restaurant and the art featured on the walls is by local artists. There are also live DJ’s who come in and spin tunes ion some Sundays. This restaurant feels as if it was a night club which turned into a restaurant.
931 Monroe Dr NE # C103
Atlanta, GA 30308-1778
Unplugged in the ParkListens to live music outdoors can be a lot of fun. Listening to music outdoors and also enjoying fine crafted beer and delicious food make the experience even better. All of this is what Park Tavern in Midtown offers patron who comes to their Unplugged in the Park concert series. These concerts are held over a few months each year. Attending these concerts can be a fun way to spend a Sunday evening.
500 10th st NE
Atlanta, GA 30309
Mary Macs Tea RoomCome here early for Sunday lunch and you will not only get to eat some of the best southern cooking in the city, you will be in excellent company when doing so. This is because several people come to this restaurant after church as a weekly Sunday tradition.
224 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30308-1938
This article is written by Roy Wilson who love to blog about atlanta restaurant scene and fun things to do in atlanta