4.5 based on 149 reviews
Walk down any isle and be amazed. An enormous meat department with cuts that you don't see in regular stores, I thing wholesale purchasing is available. A great Eastern European section and a cheese are almost as large as Dekalb Farmers Market. And (the best) you can have a meal there, try any of the steam-table dishes from a variety of cuisines and a good price. We go often and leave with a full grocery basket.
5 based on 111 reviews
Our ultimate goal is to cultivate a unique and memorable experience full of puzzles, riddles and clues while bringing people together for an adrenaline-pumping adventure.
My family has been to at least 4 Escape rooms, and in different states. Comparing to other escape rooms, this is on the lower end of the list. The prior escape room I went to had two rooms to look for clues, which made it more challenging and we were able to use a walkie-talkie's. This place also has a 45 minute maximum in the room which under their FAQ on their website it says an hour. All the other places we have been to are an hour. I DID NOT like this at all. One of the hints wasn't helpful because we didn't have one of the items it said we should have and they put what you need on a TV screen, not talking in person. They can hear you though. Once they heard your frustration, they typed on the screen what you need to do. The music that was playing on the TV was very loud and we also had a hard time thinking. Some of the numbers were hard to read on the items (like they had been worn off a bit). With all the escape rooms popping up around the Atlanta area, I would definitely seek out others. It is easy to get to off the interstate though.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
Plots managed by annual plot renters. Also a community food bank section. Well maintained and a pride of the Garden Club.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
Room Escape Atlanta is a leading provider of interactive reality escape productions. Participants must use their wit, sleuthing skills, team work and sheer determination to find clues, solve puzzles and unlock the ultimate door which will unleash them to freedom all within 60 minutes.
Had an early release day from school and brought my middle school Girl Scout troop down for the Zombie Room Escape. It was the ONLY thing that they had all agreed they really wanted to do. As leaders we were hesitant because it was an hour drive and fairly expensive for a GS activity ($28) but so glad we did it. We had 12 girls who wanted to go and needed 2 adults in the room as well, so we broke them into 2 groups of 6 girls + 2 adults. Glad we didn't have 12 people in the room or someone would have been crushed. By the last 5-10 minutes the zombie can reach the whole room so you have to run around the whole time (and scream if you are a 12 yr old girl) so it was crazy!
The clues were hard and we needed lots of hints, so its very hard to get out in the hour with the added pressure of the zombie. But its not dark or really even scary, but somehow everyone gets caught up in the fear of getting out if the zombie touches you and your adrenaline is sky high.
The zombie and lab assistant were terrific and very accommodating of our group. Even let us meet together in the lobby to share cupcakes with the second group before they went in.
I would not have felt comfortable leaving there in the dark with young girls, but the 4:00 or 5:45 times were great. I'm sure the girls won't forget it!
4 based on 50 reviews
Omg I'm starting vacation so I needed to de stress and what a way. My foot massage was to die for but if that wasn't enough my sports massage with Katy was omgggg. Katy was excellent and worked out all the stress. This place is great. I had been here years ago for a foot massage but I wanted a Thai massage but based on my stress level and muscles I ended up getting the sports massage and I'm glad I did. You have to try this place. It's clean and the ambiance is just perfect. I was snoring during my foot massage with Tony (the technician) lolol. I will be going back again but for the Thai massage next go around.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Family friendly Treetop Obstacle Course & Zip-lining! Experience a thrilling new adventure in the heart of Mother Nature. Feel the adrenaline rush as you climb, jump, zip, and swing from tree to tree at heights up to 55 feet off the ground! Defy gravity with suspension and monkey bridges, Tarzan jumps, flying foxes, and soaring zip lines - More than 70 obstacles, 15 ziplines!
We celebrated our son's 13 birthday in Atlanta and this was one of his most favorite things we did that weekend. We all had a blast and enjoyed the various course options and difficulty levels. The staff was friendly and you can purchase refreshments on site.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Walked into the old strip center and was instantly transported to Mexico. The mall is a living representation of life in the south american country. Churros, tacos, tortas and more food than you could ever eat all under one roof. Great decorations and hundreds of little stores throughout. Loved every minute of my stay, I will come back for seconds!
4.5 based on 73 reviews
We are within walking distance to The Forum. This shopping center has been very popular since it was built. The Forum is like a Swiss village street. There are many shops to keep the shopper busy for several hours and a good number of restaurants offering all levels and types of food. Our favorite store is the Belk department store. We enjoy several mexican, italian, and american restaurants. Parking is right in front of the stores and there is music speakers along the walkways.
4 based on 2 reviews
Our special massage techniques reverse the negative effects of stress, repair damaged muscle tissue, and remove pain throughout your body. Harmony Massage uses a range of massage techniques that improve circulation, detoxify the body, relieve tension, improve digestion, enhance muscle tone, and increase mental alertness.
My daughter and I decided to go on a Sunday to treat ourselves. We booked the one hour foot massage and the one hour body massage. What a great experience for $75! The facility was clean and updated. The employees were all very friendly. One tip: if you go with a friend, request separate massage rooms for the body massage, otherwise, they will put you in a couples room.
4.5 based on 83 reviews
This was our third trip to Netherworld in Norcross. Next year it is moving to Stone Mountain. The themes this year were outstanding. The scares start in the parking lot with costumed workers chasing people around. Get the speed pass as it gets you in immediately. Otherwise the lines are about 2 hours long. They made a change in the smaller haunted house this year. There is a "foam room" that in prior years was inside the house and you had the option to go through it or not. We went through it last year and then our pants were soaked all night afterwards. This year, they have taken the foam room completely outside the haunted house and you can just walk through it if you choose.
Netherworld is definitely a great experience.
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