Here are some of my trip highlights:
Anitco Napoletana Pizza - The. Best. Pizza. of. my. Life. It is a secret locals-only spot that was jam-packed. We sat in a little corner in the kitchen, but it was worth every bite. We proceeded to eat leftover pizza for the next 24 hours.
Peaches - Well, apparently even though she lives on PeachTree Street, there are not actually any peach trees in Atlanta. So, she kindly took me to the local grocery store, and I pretended that I picked one off a tree. It was the best peach ever, still.
Coca-Cola Factory - Atlanta, GA is where Coca-Cola first originated, and we got to learn the history behind the fizzy pop. Did you know that Coca is actually a cocaine-leaf? Neither did I until I watched Drunk History, my new favorite show. They don't tell you that in the tour.
Flying Biscuit Cafe - If you want a real southern breakfast, this is where you need to go. I had biscuits, sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs, orange glazed french toast, and coffee. It was heaven.
The Varsity - They literally say "What'll ya have" and nothing else. They have their own lingo, where a burger is a "steak" and chips are a "bag of rags." It's crazy inside - a cultural Atlanta experience. I still recommend going even though the food is not so good.