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The New Atlanta Locales to Visit This Month

By Lauren Finney Harden | March 11, 2020 | Lifestyle

PhotoCourtesyofCobblerUnion1-0002.jpgTobacco suede Oxfords, $395, Cobbler Union, The Shops Buckhead Atlanta

SHOP Cobbler Union, everyone’s favorite Ponce City Market men’s shoe store, is now open at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta. Peruse chukkas, Oxfords and more. Spring is the perfect time to upgrade your footwear. Impulse buyers beware: The Codis Maya cuff links it carries are gorgeous.

VISIT Head to Van Michael’s North Highland location, which moved just down the street from the old one. Additional square footage and more parking will make getting in and out a cinch. 675 N. Highland Ave., 404.874.6604

SIP A former Kyma chef teams up with two veteran nightlife partners on Lily White, Buckhead’s newest Mediterranean spot. Well-known Persian dishes like fattoush and falafel are on offer, as are more under-the-radar dishes like mirza ghasemi (smoked eggplant with tomato and garlic). If you’re looking for a new late-night spot that’s centrally located, this is it—it’s open until 1AM on weekends. 321 Pharr Road, 470.240.4172

002-0002.jpgMr. B. Bar at The Burgess Hotel

STAY Mr. B. Bar at the newly bowed The Burgess Hotel is a welcome spot on that side of town to have a cocktail in a sophisticated setting. One of very few boutique concept hotels in Atlanta, The Burgess aims to bring high design to the area, and Mr. B. Bar (try the El Búho with tequila, grapefruit and cinnamon!) is the perfect introduction. 3600 Piedmont Road NE



Photography by: Courtesy of Cobbler Union | Heidi Harris