Traveling Vegetarian: Ponce City Market

My last day in Atlanta was spent battling traffic for a favor for my Dad. Remember that bridge collapse of I-80? My trip down there was right after that happened and all traffic was re-routed and majorly backed up. After having a bit of a stressful morning an old friend recommended that I head to Ponce City Market for the day.

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Traveling Vegetarian: Buttermilk Kitchen

I woke up my first morning in Atlanta ready for adventure! Having done quite a bit of research before my trip I knew that my first meal was going to be brunch at Buttermilk Kitchen after attending Buckhead Church. (Service was FANTASTIC!) I knew I made the right choice when I could barely find parking, I pulled into their very small and tight spaced secondary lot and ended up getting out of my car to help someone who was trying to back out and leave. Perfect for my truck!

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Swan House

I made my way to Atlanta, Georgia this past April. I always tend to research places that I am going and I knew I just had to see the Atlanta History Museum, especially the Swan House! This house was commissioned in 1928 at the end of the Jazz Age and is straight out of my dreams. I made sure to take lots of pictures to take you through the house as well.

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