#IntownFestivals

Always a Reason to Celebrate Whether you prefer tasting authentic southern cuisine, commemorating historical milestones, shopping for fine art, or touring the world, Atlanta has a festival for you. Throughout the year the city’s favorite parks and historic neighborhoods take turns hosting a rotating celebration of art, music, food and culture. This […] Read more »

The State of #IntownBBQ

While some towns become famous for specific types of food, Atlanta runs the gamut. The city has become a genuine culinary destination with a buzzworthy food scene dominated by celebrity chefs like Kevin Rathbun, Anne Quatrano, and Ford Fry. Yet for those who prefer a more laid-back atmosphere, Atlanta has also got some of the country’s best BBQ […] Read more »

Swim #IntownSummer

Did you know that Atlanta now ranks #5 for most pools per capita in the country? If you don’t have a pool at your pad, take the family to Garden Hills Pool, swim in heart of Midtown at Piedmont Park Aquatic Center, or try out Decatur’s only diving board at Ebster Park Pool. You […] Read more »

Landmark #IntownSummer

This week New York City-based artist Jay Shells hit the streets of Atlanta. From Zoo Atlanta to the Clermont Lounge, more than 20 signs have been installed at locations referenced in the signs’ lyrics. The signs are part of The Rap Quotes, a street art project that began in New York and […] Read more »

Now Showing: Atlanta in 3D

One of the best things about living in intown is watching how artists capture the city in so many different ways. Intown Expert and The Berthold Building are proud to present Atlanta in 3D, a photography show curated by photographer, community member, and #weloveatl co-founder Aaron Coury. This show features […] Read more »