As if there weren't enough reasons to frequent the great businesses below, for a limited time you can patronize at a fraction of the everyday cost. Hurry though; some of these deals expire Thursday!
An Atlanta thrifting favorite for more than 20 years, the Clothing Warehouse brings you top-notch vintage with the L5P ambience to match. Their knowledgeable staff can help you find the treasure you seek, so grab a lunch hour or Saturday afternoon and let the hunt begin.
What could you do to make your home a place where you could actually find something? Discover the possibilities with Sweet Abode, a business started by "three Montessori Moms who encourage all forms of recycling, repurposing and reusing inside and outside of the home." Target a closet, a basement or your entire place and lose the stress, rather than losing your keys…your phone…the car registration. Need we say more?
Italian for "The Stone Kitchen," this Peachtree eatery features native Atlantan Bruce Logue as chef, who takes the use of fine ingredients seriously. You'll see the results in the cured meats, cheeses, breads, pastas and desserts that are made in-house. Make reservations now and prepare for an unforgettable meal.
Ten Pin Alley - $20 for a $40 Value
Enjoy high-end bowling, a full array of spirits and cocktails, and a menu miles above any bowling alley food and you've ever had at Ten Pin Alley. The vintage décor includes secret entrances, plenty of plush seating and ornate pool tables. You can even book the private lounge and lanes for your next party or event and experience the most luxurious bowling ever.
Get a little old-world Italy for a sophisticated clientele at Dolce Enoteca e Ristorante in Atlantic Station. Enjoy tapas and an extensive menu in a mod décor sure to increase your appetite. This restaurant is part of the Dolce Group, who also own Ten Pin Alley.