Avondale Estates Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Avondale Estates; our list of the best things to see, including Eddie's Attic, The Iberian Pig and Bradley Observatory.
  • The best place in Avondale Estates: Eddie's Attic

    Eddie's Attic

    directly south of the square
    Bands usually play an all-ages and an adults-only show. Eddie's Attic is located at 515 N. McDonough (on the second floor of the former Belk's Department Store).
    food nearby
  • The Iberian Pig

    The Iberian Pig

    121 Sycamore Sreet
    Excellent Spanish Tapas bar with an extensive wine list.
  • Bradley Observatory

    Bradley Observatory

    141 E
    College Ave., (404) 471-6266, [11], Agnes Scott College. Visit the observatory (and planetarium) during one of their "Amature Astronomy" open houses.
    Edgewood-Kirkwood restaurants nearby
  • Raging Burrito & Taco

    Raging Burrito & Taco

    141 Sycamore St
    Wide variety of tasty burritos and related fare. Very large open-air dining section in the back, secluded from the hustle of Decatur.
  • Ponce de Leon Ave., +1 404 371-9090. Stocks alternative and rock music. Frequent in-store performances by musicians in town to perform at area venues.
  • Dalton Gallery

    141 E
    College Ave., +1 404 471-5361 [30]. Gallery at Agnes Scott College.
    Edgewood-Kirkwood restaurants nearby
  • Vibes Music and More

    145 Sycamore St
    # B, +1 404 373-5099.
  • PushPush Theater

    East Decatur Station
    (at College Ave.), +1 404 377-6332 [25]. Known for pushing boundaries, this live theater has almost 300 events a year and hosts the "New Street Art House".
    eat nearby
  • Fabutique

    335-D W
    Ponce de Leon Ave., +1 404 377-6363.
  • Hoopla

    414 Church St
    Fun stuff for kids.
  • Your Dekalb Farmers Market

    3000 Ponce De Leon Ave
    Although a grocery store is not high on most people's list of things to see, this international market is a spectacle that is worth the trip. The enormous store employs people from around the world (their name tags tell which languages they speak) and has nearly any type of meat, vegetable, fruit, spice, or otherwise edible item you could imagine. There is a cafeteria with low prices and international fare. Open 7 days a week.
    eat nearby
  • Mingei World Arts

    427 Church Street
    Antiques, folk art, jewelry, and fine craft from the world over.
    restaurants nearby
  • Classy Fashion

    410-A Church St
    , +1 404 373-3937.
  • The Seen Gallery

    415 Church Street
    Recently relocated to Downtown Decatur.
    eat nearby
  • Alexia Gallery

    335 W
    Ponce de Leon Ave., +1 404 373-1969 [28]. Jewelry and hand painted crafts.
    restaurants nearby
  • Eagle Eye Book Shop

    2076 North Decatur Rd
    , +1 404 486-0307, [45]. Over 50,000 books.
  • Squash Blossom

    427 Church St
    Women's clothing store featuring natural fibers.
  • Little Shop of Stories

    133 East Court Square
    Specializing in children's books & gifts.
  • Predicate Gallery

    121 Church St
    Studio and meeting space.
    food nearby
  • Kaleidoscope Boutique

    252 W Ponce de Leon Ave
    , +1 404 378-1214.
  • Theatre Decatur

    formerly Neighborhood Playhouse
    Local, live performances.
    restaurants nearby
  • Eviva

    335-C W
    Ponce de Leon Ave., +1 404 370-7606. Shoe boutique.
  • Bicycle South

    2098 N
    (at Clairmont Rd.), +1 404 636-4444, [35] has a webpage that lists area bike rides offered by Atlanta's Southern Bicycle League [36]. Bicycle South does not rent bikes, but it sells and repairs bikes - a good resource if your need a repair during a visit.
    eat nearby
  • Book Nook

    3073 North Druid Hills Rd
    Large used bookstore which also has comic books, rock-related literature, CD's, LP's, DVD's, VHS and cassettes. Book Nook first opened in 1973.
  • Lily Moon

    308 Ponce De Leon Pl
    Part vintage and part new clothing store.
  • Original Waffle House & Museum

    2719 East College Ave
    [[16]] Visit a re-creation of the first Waffle House, which opened in Avondale Estates in 1955. The museum includes a 13-stool diner, vintage equipment, displays of old uniforms, exhibits of memorabilia and a jukebox. Open by appointment during the week, with limited weekend hours.
    eat nearby
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