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Empire State South
999 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
Empire State South is restaurant that specializes in its menu of Southern cuisine. Breakfast, lunch and dinner areMore available. The restaurant also features a to-go lunch special, a coffee bar and a bocce ball courtyard area.  
Piedmont Park
10th St NE & Charles Allen Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
Piedmont Park is an urban green space. The park runs along 10th Street and Piedmont Avenue in midtown. It featuresMore fishing, picnicking, basketball courts, bocce ball courts, a green market, a dog park, skating, swimming and biking opportunities, and playgrounds for the little ones. 
1170 Howell Mill Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Ormsby's is a restaurant and bar located on the lower level of the White Provisions building in West Midtown. Not just aMore restaurant and bar, Ormsby's is also a playground for adults. It has two bocce ball courts, darts, pool tables, ski ball, shuffle board, pin ball, big screen TVs, a jukebox, and a photo booth. High quality bar food, like hearty salads and soups, chicken and dumplings, pot roast, and a variety of sausages, bratwursts, and sandwiches, is served. Friday nights and all day Saturdays is its busiest times, and reservations aren't taken after 7pm. Ormsby's has two private event spaces. The smaller one seats 40 people and has a lounge area with couches and board games. The larger space includes one of the bocce ball quarts, ski ball, and several tables with an open area to mingle. 
Piedmont Park
400 Park Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
Piedmont Park is the largest green space in Atlanta and is also one of Midtown's most historic sites. The park featuresMore a lake, meadow, dog park and stunning views of Midtown's skyline. Visitors can enjoy a number of recreational activities, including swimming, tennis, volleyball, bocce, baseball, cycling and rollerblading throughout the park's 189-acres. There are multiple areas with grills and benches for picnics, as well as multiple playgrounds for children. Though there is a new parking deck for the Park and neighboring facilities, visitors are still encouraged to arrive by foot or public transportation. For more information about the park, visit the Piedmont Park Conservancy's website