Chapman Drug is a Family Owned and Operated Independent Pharmacy which has been in business since 1921. We specialize in "old fashioned" customer service. We accept most insurance plans and provide delivery service. Please visit our Soda Fountain and try our Award Winning Milk Shakes, Malts, Limeades and Lime Sours.
Dr. Leonard R. Achiron graduated from the New England College of Optometry with honors, but he’s not just book smart—he’s also laser smart. Dr. Achiron has co-managed more than 50,000 Lasik procedures as former professor of the Emory Eye Center and clinical director of Lasik Vision Institute. Like him, each of his colleagues on the center’s team of ophthalmologists has performed tens of thousands of eye surgeries, alleviating ailments ranging from nearsightedness and farsightedness to cataracts. At their clinic, they also pool their talents to treat eyes with nonsurgical services, such as exams, contact-lens fittings, and glasses for those who never took to their lessons on how to squint harder.
With serious contemporary American small plates and craft cocktails, a white baby grand piano, and decor of rustic wood, leather, and natural stone, it's hard to believe that Aspen Bartini is named after a line in the movie Dumb and Dumber. But owners Troy Legg and John Williams hate to take things too seriously. And according to an article in Modern Luxury's Jezebel magazine, the humor in Aspen Bartini is "just enough to make it charming, never corny."
Aspen Bartini's lighthearted decor blends cozy fireplaces and flickering candles with antlers on the walls. Behind the black-walnut bar, which is made of just one giant tree, girls in black-lace bustiers whip up mountain mai tais and classic sazeracs. And at night, the restaurant crowd filters onto the dance floor to boogie under a disco ball or check the mirrored wall to see if the spies are still following them. Even with all of this, perhaps the most playful piece of decor is a beam at the bar covered in black-and-white photos of the two main characters in Dumb and Dumber, Lloyd and Harry.
Hundreds of exotic and native plants spread across more than 30 acres of growing space at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Under the careful watch of the garden's horticulture team, these species provide a serene backdrop for garden visitors even as they educate them on the wonders of the natural world. The botanical discovery doesn't stop after the sun goes down. At night, visitors can explore the verdant pathways lit by millions of twinkling bulbs for the second annual Garden Lights, Holiday Nights, or decamp to the conservatory for a look at a mammoth collection of species orchids and the chirping poison dart frogs that keep them company. Amid its ever-changing visual display, the Atlanta Botanical Garden hosts frequent events such as concerts, holiday light shows, seasonal festivals, and an annual member-plant dance.