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3 Photoworthy Spots for Foodies

By Ashton Pike | October 30, 2018 | Articles

1 Full Commission Coffee and cocktails aren’t the only stars of the show at newly opened Full Commission off Memorial Drive; the clean, Pattern r+d-designed interiors (peep the black-and-white tile spelling out the spot’s moniker that practically screams Boomerang moment) and the homemade Pop-Tarts topped with colorful fruit or sprinkles are a must-Gram during your visit. Better yet? The Grant Park outpost recently started serving up Southern dinner plates that are as easy on the taste buds as they are on the likes. @fullcommissionatl

2 Sessions Stand Dubbed “a tiny little postage stamp of a space” by co-owner Katie Pfister, Marietta’s window-service-only Sessions Stand has quickly become a blogger-approved spot for patio-sittin’ and photo-snappin’. “We were inspired by corner cafes and shops in Paris, focusing on keeping things simple, bright and clean, with a few pops of color,” says Pfister. “We also added in some vintage elements, including our tin awning, Dutch doors and even our brass turtle bell at the service window.” Tip: Pull out your debit card for a bouquet from local florist Dianthus and Co. and let the heart-eye emojis roll in. @sessionsstand

3 Watchman’s Seafood & Spirits Leave it to Krog Street Market’s Watchman’s Seafood & Spirits to provide the perfect pop of color to boost your Insta’s aesthetic: “Using bright greens and blues helped us allude to the sea without using a heavy-handed nautical approach,” says co-owner Jesse Smith. “We also wanted to use plant life to help make the industrial space feel intimate yet full of life.” Upon entrance, you won’t be able to resist snapping an artsy photo of your shoes against the floor’s playful pattern to add to your story—you can thank Square Feet Studio for that one. @watchmansatl



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