The Folk Art Park and its sculptures were erected as part of the city's overhaul for the 1996 Olympics. The park includes large-scale installations, murals and colorful life-size sculptures. In recent years, the city has been making a push to raise money to renovate the park and update the artists works.
Restaurants near Folk Art Park for LGBT
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- 30.23 mi0.23 mi from Folk Art Park1 review
The food: Outstanding! The Service: Non existent! The atmosphere: Modern, simple but upscale, a bit noisy. Although I had reservations, I had to wait (and wait) to be seated, even though there were lots of empty tables. My food was so good, I wanted to rave about it to the wait staff. However, they ignored me throughout my entire meal. ...
- 40.18 mi0.18 mi from Folk Art Park1 review
Located at the Hilton Hotel in downtown Atlanta, Trader Vic's has the Polynesian atmosphere of days gone by. You might feel that it is dated or that you are going to dinner before the prom. But that's ok, isn't it? Since this is a hotel restaurant, you can leave your prom date home and feel comfortable dining here alone. I ...
- 50.62 mi0.62 mi from Folk Art Park40 reviews
Greasy food... just warning. It's very touristy and usually crowded. Ample parking and a drive up service. Get the Varsity Orange!Popular withBudgetLocalFoodies
- 60.65 mi0.65 mi from Folk Art Park
Mary Mac's Tea Room is a an Atlantan institution that's been around for decades. The fried catfish and mac n'cheese is highly recommended (they're my personal favorites). The food is Southern, delish, and the prices are reasonable too.Popular withFoodiesLocalBudget
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- 80.34 mi0.34 mi from Folk Art Park8 reviews
Whenever I asked anyone where a "must go" place is in Atlanta, I've contantly been told to go to Gladys Knight's, and that they had the best chicken and waffles in town. Seeing how it was one of my last nights in Atlanta, some friends and I decided we had to try this at least once. In all honesty, I ...Popular withLocalFoodiesNightlife
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- 100.73 mi0.73 mi from Folk Art Park3 reviews
My favorite place ever! Sooooo many places to eat and everyone will be happy! Be sure to visit Arepa Mia for a taste of Venezuela! Panbury's pies are phenomenal and le Metro Creperie is delish!Popular withStudentsBudgetFoodies
- 110.98 mi0.98 mi from Folk Art Park5 reviews
It's a cool place with an awesome atmosphere, but it is the only bar that still charges a cover ($10 a man). Its fun, but unless you plan on staying there ALL night then it isn't worth the fee. They bring some great DJ's in and host some local fashion/video events which is a good way to switch up your ...Popular withTrendstersNightlifeLuxury
- 120.54 mi0.54 mi from Folk Art Park
There are a few locations that are convenient to sporting venues, particularly the Lucky Street location, and Cumberland when the Braves move. The food is phenomenal, you won't place a bad order. But the reason I recommend this place is that, by eating here before a Hawks game, you're tipping your hat to the man who built the Atlanta sports ...Popular withFoodiesTrendstersLocal
- 130.67 mi0.67 mi from Folk Art Park3 reviews
Although an odd name for a restaurant, this restaurant does not mess around with their menu. We ordered their clam chowder, crab cakes and catfish entree. Every bite was delicious! Prices are worth it! Decor is really nice and it's easy access to the hotel we were staying at because it's connected. We will come back again when we visit ...Popular withFoodiesLuxuryFamilies
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- 150.64 mi0.64 mi from Folk Art Park2 reviews
Atlanta is the burger battlefield. It's kinda our thing. One of the burgers that is consistently at the top of the list is the Googie Burger. Right in the middle of Centennial Park, this is a prime pre-game choice before a Hawks or Dream game. Or just grab a burger and picnic among the iconic homage to the 1996 Olympics. ...Popular withOutdoorTrendstersFoodies
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- 180.7 mi0.7 mi from Folk Art Park2 reviews
McCormick & Schmick's food is good but not outstanding. The main draw of the restaurant is the location. It's a stone throw's away from the main tourist attractions such as the CNN Center, Olympic Centennial Park, and Phillips Arena.
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