Atlanta Fall Date Ideas

Hello friends! I've never done an ATL date round up, so I figured what better time than now. With temperatures starting to drop and Fall in the air, there is so much more to do in Atlanta. Rather you're meeting people via online apps (soooo much fun, am I right?! JK), out and about, through friends, or if you've been dating for a long time, this list is perfect for any kind of date. I hope you enjoy!

1. Krog Street Market- Head down to Old Fourth Ward for drinks, good food and a great atmosphere. This can be a fancier date by going to one of their restaurants (Superica or Bar Mercado) or a more casual one by grabbing food at one of the foods stalls (Yalla is one of my favorites).

2. Ponce City Market- A step above Krog Street is Ponce City Market I prefer the food options at Krog Street, but the vibe here is amazing. This is another flexible date spot. You can head up to 9 Mile Station, play some put-put, or grab food at one of the many food stalls or restaurants in the bottom. You can also walk around and hop in different shops if you have a long wait.

3. Brewery- Atlanta has a good amount of brewery options that are a fun date night spot. My favorite Atlanta brewery is Monday Night, however places like SweetWater, Orpheus, and Red Brick are great spots as well.

4. Atlanta United Game- If you can find tickets for a decent price, an Atlanta United game would be an exciting and different kind of date night spot. Be sure to try out some of the cheap eats they have to offer.

5. Falcon Game- This date night would definitely be more expensive but if you both are football fans, why not?! Check out Mercedes Benz and get decked out in red and black.

6. Beltline Hop- Walk around the Beltline and hop in different restaurants and bars on the way. Some of my favorites are Ladybird, Two Urban Licks, Bartaco, and Parish. Stop and explore the local art during your walk.

7. Comedy Show- What better way to break the ice than with a comedy show? Some great venues are Laughing Skull Lounge, Dad's Garage Theater and The Basement Theater.

8. Wednesday Night Farmers Market- Head over to the Peachtree Road Farmers Market on Wednesdays for a night filled with beer, music and local food.

9. Piedmont Park Picnic- Take a blanket and some food (& some hidden wine I you wish) to the park and enjoy this beautiful weather. Bring a frisbee or football to throw around when you get tired of sitting.

10. Bike the Beltline- If you want to do something active (& play a game of dodge the pedestrians), rent a bike and ride around the Beltline. You can stop for food and drinks along the way.

11. Botanical Gardens- Take in all that Fall has to offer at the Botanical Gardens by walking around and enjoying the scenery.

12. Fox Theater- Have a fun night out at a show at the Fox Theater. Grab some dinner before hand and feel super classy for an evening.

13. Concert At Small Venue- Head down to Smith's Olde Bar, City Winery, Eddie's Attic or any of the other small venues for some live music.

14. Skyline Park- Play a competitive game of put-put and race down the slides at Skyline Park. Grab some food at a near by restaurant and take in the beautiful city views.

15. High Museum of Art- Broaden your art knowledge at the High Museum of Art. First Fridays are the best time to go! They have live music, crafts and more.

16. Go to A Fun Restaurant- Atlanta is full of amazing and trendy restaurants. Head down to some of my local favorites- Superica, Goin' Coastal, King + Duke, and 8 Arm.


  1. I will definitely come check this place again with some other awesome friends of mine! It's one of best event venues for having a good time with a joyous feeling. And it fascinates me with its great style and vibrant atmosphere.