When you think of Roswell, what do you think of? Is it the delicious restaurants or maybe the fun festivals? What about outdoor recreation? Likely, your answer is all three. Situated along the shores of the Chattahoochee River and featuring a revitalized downtown, there has never been a better time to explore the small-town charm of life in Roswell.
Home to several award-winning restaurants, Roswell is a foodie’s paradise with everything from southern to Thai cuisine. Highlights include an upscale gastropub and wine bar experience at Salt Factory Pub or yummy farm-to-table dining at Greenwood’s Restaurant. Fickle Pickle on Canton Street is also a local favorite with gourmet sandwiches and Fridayed Cajun pickles. Whether you are looking to enjoy a girls’ night out, date night or a family dinner, downtown Roswell has the perfect restaurant.
Festivals and Events
In addition to food, downtown Roswell is home to many annual festivals and events. In fact, this Saturday Sept. 20 and Sunday, Sept. 21 is the 48th Annual Roswell Arts Festival. From paintings to photography, the Arts Festival is a great opportunity to support local artists and pick up a fabulous new masterpiece for your home. In addition to the Arts Festival, residents still have the opportunity to attend one of Roswell’s most popular events, Alive After Five. Each year, on the third Thursday of each month from April to October, downtown Roswell turns into the place to be with live music, food trucks, games and much more available from 5 to 9 p.m.
Parks and Recreation
As the heat of summer slowly turns to the cooler weather of fall, now is the perfect time to enjoy the great outdoors. With its prime location, Roswell features 890.38 acres of parkland offering hiking, canoeing, kayaking, bird watching and more. Highlights include the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area that is linked to the beautiful Old Mill Park by the Vickery Creek Covered Pedestrian Bridge. Additionally, Roswell is the first city in Georgia to be recognized as bicycle-friendly by the League of American Bicycles.
With so much to do, you will never be bored in Roswell. For more information on local restaurants, events and recreation, visit www.visitroswellga.com.
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