Long hailed for a mastery of ham far beyond the skills of mere mortal meat cookers, the meat mavens at HoneyBaked Ham invite you to put their newly honed turkey skills to the test with today's Groupon: a whole roasted turkey breast for $12 (an up to $25 value). Get your moist turkey breast unadulterated, or let the HoneyBaked masters finish your bird with crackling sweet glaze, which may or may not be cooled by having volunteer glaze-pixies fan it with their wings. Call one of HoneyBaked's participating locations (found here and in the sidebar to the right) to reserve your order, and pick up your juicy bird.
First opened in 1994, Return to Eden neighborhood natural market has been offering the best natural foods and supplements for years. With a friendly staff, great raw food and vegetarian options, and the metro area's largest selection of gluten free foods, don't miss out on this Atlanta original.
Since 2002 we have been making chocolates by hand in Sandy Springs. We offer a wide variety of truffles, barks and toffees, 1,000's of molded shapes, and chocolate covered strawberries. Custom orders are welcome, so if you can think of it, we can probably make it! Stop by to see, smell, and taste our mouthwatering treats!
SunO Dessert's menu bursts with an amalgam of made-to-order shaved ice and other desserts. Sweet-seekers can sink a spoon into creamy concoctions such as the Dirt o’Oreo, a cup of fluffy vanilla ice cream dotted with gummy worms, Oreos, and crushed nuts drizzled with chocolate syrup ($6.50 for a large). Switch a spoon for a straw with black and green bubble tea infused with fruity flavors ($2.25 for a medium, $3.25 for a large), or placate pancakey peckishness with a delicate fruit crepe clad in fruit accouterments such as kiwi, strawberries, peaches, and bananas and crowned with cornflakes, chocolate syrup, and whipped cream ($6.50). SunO Dessert plays host to a variety of musical, artistic, and cultural events, pairing sundaes with giveaways and bubble tea with round-table discussions on the Mariana Trench.
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.