Atlanta is not the biggest city, but I still love it. There are so many fun things to do and find. When I turned 21 I missed a flight out of Atlanta and ended up staying there for the weekend. While there I found this amazing little organic doughnut cafe called Revolution Doughnuts. Here we woke up with a dark roast coffee and three tasty doughnuts.
Later I took Beth to my favorite spot in Atlanta, Little Five Points, a place full of hipsters, vinyl, and thrift stores. I love the colorful vibes here. We popped in a few different shops; Beth took her time strolling through comics while I looked at vintage fur coats (think 70's pimp.) We decided on drinking a beer, at this little cafe & bar called Java Lords. The graffiti on the walls, the large collection of interesting posters, and the skull on our table make the perfect setting for a beer in mid afternoon, right? I tired a gluten free Perry hard cider by ACE that was fresh and yummy. Beth tried Flipside red IPA which tasted darker and a little hoppy, but very good (by the way, we are working on our beer terminology so forgive my silly adjectives.) After our beer we walked around a bit more, and then I took her to Vortex where we tried the local house brew (Laughing Skull) and a carribean burger with pineapple on it. Both were amazing!
Just as we got back into the car it began to rain. Luckily, we were both ready to make the three hour drive back home to snuggle in our little apartment that we call home.