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- Cool spot and highly recommended to make a mini food tour of your visit. so many great food stalls, so try a little from several and then browse the stores upstairs. Five daughters doughnuts is a standout and the taco restaurant has amazing steak tacos and catfish tacos.Written 17 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is large easy to get too shopping complex.
Just a short walk from the Marta station.
There is a good range of stores and plenty of places to eat too.Written 2 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a really cool open air mall with a wide variety of shops and restaurants. The atmosphere is great whether during the day or evening. This particular weekend was a street festival with even more vendors.Written 28 May 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We went to pass the time as we were looking for something to do. I was able to get a lot of Christmas shopping done as there were a huge variety of stores there. They also have a huge selection of different foods in the food court to try. We had a good time shopping.Written 27 January 2022
- Just a short walk from Lennox Square, and the shops here are a bit nicer (although Tory Burch at Lennox Square has a better selection). Kate Spade, Lilly Pulitzer, Gucci, and Saks has a small Chanel and Louis Vuitton.Written 8 March 2020
- This is an awesome food court but I would like to know that if the Hub doesn't close until 7:00 and has at least 6 security guards on duty with at great cleaning staff as well why does the restrooms close at 5:00 this doesn't make any sense at all because people need somewhere to use the restroom and as paying customers we shouldn't be told that the restroom is closed in an opened business. we shouldn't have to go find somewhere to use a restroom when we did business i a eating and shopping place that is equipped with one. when someone that has to use the restroom on themselves in your facility it is your fault If someone has an accident in your food court because they could not get to a restroom IT IS YOUR FAULT and It Is an INCONVENIENCE to us customers especially those that are visiting. everyone that visits does has a hotel room connected to the food court and there are no public restrooms why should we go pay money to another business just to use the restroom when our money just paid your bills to be denied axcess to the restrooms. where do employees use the restroom? oh I guess you don;t care for the health of your customersWritten 20 October 2023
- So sad to hear Underground has disappeared as an attraction to love. We went there in 1973 the first time and spent the day. It took you back to how you had always read Atlanta was. Street artists,entertainers,markets and history. It was still a new attraction and people respected it. I couldn’t wait to go back. I live in Illinois but had relatives there and visited at least once a year. It was a few years before we decided to go back as things were changing there. I guess the novelty wore off or the crime crept in but I didn’t feel safe and the appeal of something special was gone. It saddened me because it had been special. I continued to hear thru the years that they were always “working on it”,trying to improve and make it safe. My relatives moved so no longer a reason to visit Atlanta these days. My dream has always been that the city would find a way to bring Underground back to life as it was meant to be. Like so many things tho a group of people in all towns find a way to destroy anything meant to entertain and maintain our history and past.Written 22 June 2021
- We decided to visit Sweet Auburn Market because it is located on the Street Car route. It is a historic market dating back to 1918 when it operated under a tent on a burnt piece of land from the 1917 Atlanta fire. In 1924, the women's league raised money for a brick building , which ia still the home for the Sweet Auburn Curb Market. At the market, we had the bbq pork from Sweet Auburn Barbeque and cookies from Sweet Auburn Bakery. I'd highly recommend both. There are tables to sit in the center of the market to enjoy the food and the people watching. Atlanta visitors should stop in to get a taste of the local culture.Written 11 November 2019
- I had visited the mall twice in the last week - they are open for business !!!
The mall recently reopened. Some of the kiosks and smaller stores are not open.
There are restaurants in the food court open as well. They appear to be taking
the Covid - 19 situation very seriously. They have hand sanitizers located throughout the mall. They have security passing out masks. They also have signs
promoting social distancing. The mall was not crowded. The crowd here was
very diverse. All in all a safe experience - nice to see a company who actually
cares about the customer for a change. Continued Success !!!Written 31 May 2020
- Not a Braves fan. But the area known as the Battery built around Truist Park where they play is freaking amazing and should be the blueprint for all stadiums moving forward. Restaurants, shops, play areas for kids, bars, and of course, the ballpark itself are all amazing. Great place to hang out on an October Saturday pregaming with fellow sports fans and family. Live music too!Written 8 October 2023
- While visiting the Atlanta area, and being auction-goers, my husband and I thought it would be cool to visit Gallery 63 on a Sunday. Not that we were "expecting" to be on TV or anything...but half the seats were empty, and it was like any other auction. Nothing special, except we did get our pics taken with Paul Brown and Cindy. Although each seemed pretty ho-hum about doing it, they did.Written 14 February 2015
- Went down to get some special sticks at the Davidoff Shop and found the shopping experience to be excellent. First time I felt completely safe in Atlanta in a long time. Plenty of security around with Beverly Hills and a South Beach, Palm Beach Vibe! I like it and take the wife there shopping and eating!Written 8 September 2019
- We have gone back to one store repeatedly over the years for their clothing. The only problem is the mall opens at 11 but the stores open whenever they feel like it. Waited over half an hour this time.Written 22 July 2019
- I've been to most of the farmer's markets in Atlanta, and this one of the best. It has a nice variety of baked goods, fresh produce, dairy, and meats, and there are even some art vendors there. The pre-order pickup option is especially nice during these uncertain times.Written 3 July 2020
- My aunt and uncle and I went to an opening at the Contemporary Art Center. I like the space a lot, and enjoyed the Kamrooz Aram exhibit. The rest of the stuff there, not so much. But ya know, art is like lamb: either you like it, or you don't.Written 12 January 2018
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