Four Seasons Hotel is a great place to enjoy brunch and keep Dad from doing any work in the kitchen, which is one of the goals of the day. With seating on the terrace and in the ballroom, guests have their choice of indoor or outdoor ambiance. This midday meal features a hearty buffet of iced seafood, made-to-order crepes, waffles, eggs, griddles, continental breakfast stations and much more. If that isn’t enough to tantalize your senses, the brunch offers $12 bottomless Bloody Marys. Sponsored by the Big Green Egg, the brunch will go from 11 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Reservations are strongly suggested, so call 404-881-9898 or visit www.FourSeasons.com.
The Ritz Carlton almost speaks for itself. Honor Dad with a Southern Smoke BBQ style brunch at the Atlanta Grill in this luxury hotel. Families can even enjoy individualized booth seating to keep everyone close together. While taking in the atmosphere, guests can sample local craft beer paired with sausage and charcuteries from Atlanta based Spotted Trotter deli. Reservations are recommended; call 404-221-6550.Turner Field is the diamond given to the city of Atlanta, and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate Dad then enjoying America’s favorite pastime. Facing off against the New York Mets, the Atlanta Braves are hosting a weekend of events. If baseball, peanuts and a foot long hot dog with mustard aren’t enough to commemorate your dad, multi-platinum group Boyz II Men will be taking the stage after the game at Turner Field on Saturday, June 20. Visit the Braves website for more details.
SweetWater Brewery gives visitors a first-hand look at one of the South’s largest craft brews. Offering a full tour of the brewery, insight into the brewing process and multiple tasting tickets, patrons can enjoy a classic SweetWater 420 or branch out and try something new and different like SweetWater IPA or a seasonal brew. Although tours and tastings are done every day of the week, on Saturday, June 20, a live band will serenade visitors as they drink hand-crafted brews and attend in-depth knowledgeable tours. On Father’s Day, Sunday, June 21, the brewery will feature the normal tour and a tasting at the bar. Go online to www.SweetWaterBrew.com for information.
While having fun in the city and celebrating Dad, don’t forget about the numerous opportunities Traton offers interested home buyers. With homes in Cobb, North Fulton, Cherokee, Dekalb and Forsyth County, buyers have a range of gorgeous homes and townhomes to choose from around the Atlanta area.
The Reserve at Old Atlanta is Traton’s newest community, featuring 105 acres in South Forsyth County. Priced from the $550,000s, homes in this community showcase beautifully crafted floor plans and a state-of-the-art amenity package including a junior Olympic swimming pool, a kids pool with water feature, two lighted tennis courts, a clubhouse, a playground, walking trails and over 36 acres of open space. A majority of the land in The Reserve at Old Atlanta lies along the banks of a tributary that leads to the Chattahoochee River providing a peaceful and serene environment.
We hope you enjoy your time celebrating Dad this Father’s Day! For more information about The Reserve at Old Atlanta, contact New Homes Specialists Ed Olwine at 404-245-3383 or Kerri Briant Peek at 404-314-4158. Visit us online at www.TratonHomes.com for more information about communities around metro Atlanta.