Golf & Country Clubs

Ansley Golf Club

Midtown & Roswell | Founded in 1912, Ansley Golf Club is a full-service private club offering golf, tennis, swim, and a fitness center among other amenities. The Ansley Park location is known for its clay tennis courts, Olympic sized swimming pool, and 9-hole course referred to as "The Old Lady." (website)

Cherokee Town & Country Club

Buckhead & Sandy Springs | Recognized as one of America's premier private clubs, Cherokee Town & Country club was chartered in 1956. The Town Club in Buckhead and Country Club in Sandy Springs are both part of the award-winning, invitation only club membership. (website)

Dunwoody Country Club

Dunwoody | Dunwoody Country Club was chartered in 1969 and sits on 200+ acres of land. With its invitation only membership, DCC offers top golf and tennis facilities along with a pool, snack bar, and fitness center. The family-oriented club offers several kids programs throughout the year. (website)

Atlanta Country Club

Marietta | With dreams of bringing world class golf and a PGA tour event to Atlanta, Jim Clay opened Atlanta Country Club in 1966. The first Atlanta Classic was hosted the following year and continued as a forty year tradition until 2008. ACC offers a fitness center, tennis courts, and an Olympic-size swimming pool. (website)

The Country Club of The South

Johns Creek | The Country Club of The South was developed in 1985 by Jack Nicklaus who built an award winning 18-hole course with $5 invested in renovations. With premier swim, tennis, fitness, dining, and golf, the private club also offers lodging as a luxury accommodation for guests. (website)

East Lake Golf Club

Downtown, Atlanta | East Lake Golf Club was established in 1904 as a course for the Atlanta Athletic Club's members. Now, the club offers invitation only membership to corporations. The clubhouse pays tribute to the club's most celebrated member and legendary golfer - the late Bobby Jones. (website)

Capital City Club

Downtown, Brookhaven, & Milton | Chartered on May 21, 1883, Capital City Club is one of the oldest private clubs in the South. With three facilities - City Club in Downtown Atlanta, Country Club in Brookhaven, and Crabapple in Milton - the club has a rich history and several notable members.  (website)

Druid Hills Golf Club

Druid Hills | Druid Hills Golf Club was established in 1912 as a invitation only private club with a strong focus on golf and its award-winning tennis facilities. The dining has been called "the best kept dining secret in Atlanta" by members. It is also home of the Dogwood Invitational amateur golf tournament. (website)

Peachtree Golf Club

Brookhaven | Founded by Bobby Jones and Robert Trent Jones in 1948, Peachtree Golf Club is a private course that set the standard for modern golf architecture. With inspiration from Augusta National, Peachtree is often called an urban oasis with exclusive membership with around 200 members. (website)

Entertainment Venues

Chastain Park Amphitheater 

Buckhead, Atlanta | Atlanta's favorite outdoor venue, Chastain Park Amphitheatre opened in 1944 with intimate seating of less than 7,000. In the peak summer season, you can catch a variety of big name performers in a relaxed atmosphere. Setup includes tables, orchestra seats, and general admission lawn. (website)

Lakewood Amphitheater

South Atlanta | Opening in 1989, Lakewood Amphitheater has been a long-time favorite venue for touring artists with 7,000 seats and room for 12,000 on the lawn. Created specifically for popular music, the amphitheater hosts a variety of genres from jam bands to hip hop artists. (website)

The Tabernacle

Downtown, Atlanta | What began as a Baptist church in 1910, briefly transformed into the House of Blues, and ultimately became The Tabernacle we know today is consistently named one of the best concert venues in the nation. The 2,600 capacity venue often sells out shows for notable artists and comedians. (website)

Eddie's Attic

Decatur | Eddie’s Attic was founded in 1992 as a community and music focused space for local aspiring musicians to get their start in the industry with a weekly open mic night competition. Artists who have began their career at the venue include John Mayer, Justin Bieber, Sugarland, The Civil Wars, and more. (website)

The Masquerade

Downtown, Atlanta | The Masquerade was established in 1989 and recently moved to Kenny's Alley @ Underground Atlanta. With its original location in the former DuPree Excelsior Mill building, the live music venue was well-known for its three levels of indoor stages and alternative music styles. (website)

Terminal West

West Midtown, Atlanta | In King Plow Arts center, Terminal West is a 7,000 square foot music and special events venue that opened in 2012. Preserving the historic space's aesthetics created a unique environment with attractive features including an outdoor roof deck overlooking the city. (website)

Fox Theatre

Midtown, Atlanta | The Fox Theatre is an award-winning historic landmark in Atlanta, hosting over 150 annual performances including the Atlanta Ballet, a summer film series, Broadway tours, concerts, & more. With less than 5,000 seats and ornate interior design, any event is worth attending for the Fox experience. (website)

Smith's Olde Bar

Ansley Park, Atlanta | With a prime location at Piedmont and Monroe, Smith’s Olde Bar offers some of the best music in the city any night of the week. The laid back atmosphere includes good eats, plenty of drinks, and of course some tunes. Weekly events also include Thursday Team Trivia, Dirty Bingo, & more. (website)

Variety Playhouse

Little Five Points, Atlanta | The Variety Playhouse was built in 1940 as a cinema The Euclid Theatre. The modern concert venue was acquired in 1989 after a million dollar renovation. Their mixture of tables, standing room, and theater seating accommodates audiences for a wide variety of music acts. (website)

Shopping Destinations

Atlantic Station

Midtown, Atlanta | Atlantic Station is a mixed-use development that opened in 2005. The urban outdoor mall offers shopping, dining, and a movie theater. The complex also includes office space and many options for lofts, condominiums, townhomes that offer a true live where you work and play experience. (website)

Perimeter Mall

Dunwoody | Along the interchange of I-285 and GA 400, Perimeter Mall is a sought-after destination across Georgia as the state's second largest shopping mall. Built in 1971, continuous renovations over the years have maintained Perimeter's popularity by moving the mall in a modern, upscale direction. (website)

Avalon

Alpharetta | The 86-acre development of Avalon brings a taste of urban living to the heart of Alpharetta. The walkable mixed-use development includes restaurants, retail, residential, and more. The Plaza provides outdoor space for year-round community events including seasonal ice skating. (website)

Phipps Plaza

Buckhead, Atlanta | Phipps Plaza exudes luxury with its marble floors, chandeliers, glass elevators, and grand staircase. At the intersection of Peachtree and Lenox, the premier destination in Buckhead offers 100+ luxury retailers, an upscale movie theater, and several fine dining options surrounding. (website)

Lenox Square

Buckhead, Atlanta | Lenox Square has been the premier shopping destination in Atlanta since 1959. The upscale mall encompasses over 1.5 million square feet with over 250 stores across four levels. Lenox serves as the starting point for the Peachtree Road Race and hosts Macy's Pink Pig for the holiday season. (website)

The Shops Buckhead Atlanta

Buckhead, Atlanta | The Shops Buckhead Atlanta offers an urban luxury shopping experience in a mixed-use development completed in 2014. With 32 retail stores and upscale restaurants and office space including Spanx Inc. Corporate Headquarters, the still-new destination continues to develop and grow. (website)

Sporting Events

Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Downtown, Atlanta | The newly constructed Mercedes-Benz Stadium is home to the NFL Atlanta Falcons and MLS Atlanta United. The stadium features an eight-panel retractable roof and over 91,000 square feet of LED video boards. Mercedez-Benz Stadium will host the Super Bowl LIII in 2019. (website)

Phillips Arena

Downtown, Atlanta | A state-of-the-art sports and entertainment complex, Philips Arena is home to the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks and the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream. The venue opened in 1999 and hosts 160 events with over 1.5 million guests annually. (website)

SunTrust Park

Cumberland | Home of the Atlanta Braves, SunTrust Park invented the modern classic ballpark. Focused on the fan experience, this 41,000 seat park includes a three level version of the iconic Chop House from Turner Field. The Battery surrounds the field with bars, restaurants, and the Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre. (website)