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This vast collection of shopping, dining and entertainment outlets (100+) is located in the heart of downtown's business district. Covering six city blocks, the underground mall is anchored by the World of Coca-Cola, which sits behind a 138-foot (42-meter) light tower at the entrance. Many specialty retailers and restaurant chains are represented between Upper Alabama and Central Avenue, while the rustic-themed Lower Alabama street market is home to smaller stores, quaint eateries and several nightlife options. Business hours of stores may vary.
Eyedrum is the perfect venue, to catch the best of contemporary arts in vibrant Atlanta. Be it music concerts, art exhibitions, film openings or book readings - you can all catch them here at this multi-arts space. It is also a favorite joint for upcoming local bands. Check the website for detailed schedule of events.
Developed in 1929 by two of Atlanta's noted citizens, this landmark structure was for a long time, one of the tallest buildings in Atlanta. Built by the Rhodes-Haverty Investment Company, the building consists of 134,648 square feet (12,510 square meters) of office space. The three street facing walls are crowned by an arcade under a gable. In the 1960s, the original entrance canopies were removed and replaced by the existing granite structure.
Paranoia Quest - Escape the Room involves being locked in a room with a group and unlocking codes, solving puzzles, finding hidden caches and racking your brains to find a way to escape. Choose between the easier Zombie Apocalypse or the much harder Inception if you consider yourself a pro. You can also opt for the Escape the Room with a Zombie. The live escape games played in real time at Escape the Room are sure to delight the adventurous soul in you.