The season is changing and so is the city. Here’s everything new and noteworthy happening this November.
Must Shop Located in the heart of Atlanta, Adara was founded with the intention of helping women fall in love with fashion again. The high-end boutique offers a curated collection of quality clothing, accessories, jewelry and beauty products that are both modest and timeless.
Full Flavor Looking to switch up your lunch routine? Pop on over to Mission + Market, where Executive Chef Ian Winslade is generating quite the buzz thanks to his pop-up concept, Asian POP. The menu of Asian comfort food is limited but packed full of flavor, boasting comforting Asian dishes like Honey Garlic Chicken and Teriyaki Beef Tenderloin. May we suggest Hanoi-Style Seared Salmon? Your taste buds—and wallet—will thank you.
Hot Hangout Joining the list of fall’s must-try hot spots is Delbar, the highly praised Middle Eastern eatery in Inman Park. The restaurant and bar sources the freshest ingredients to provide an authentic experience—whether you’re enjoying one of the menu’s traditional Persian and Middle Eastern dishes or simply sipping from the bar’s bold beverage menu. The resto inspires a certain serenity, adopting a pastel color palette mixed with antique textiles and rustic wooden benches. Lush greenery, including native Mediterranean olive and persimmons trees, is draped throughout. To maximize your experience, we recommend posting up on Delbar’s plush patio for shareable spreads and small plates, paired best with flavor-forward cocktails crafted with ingredients and spices imported directly from Iran. Cheers!
Fall Florals Ponce City Market’s favorite florists know how to make a lasting impression. And by lasting, we mean everlasting. JJ’s Flower Shop’s recently released Dried Collection consists of perfectly preserved arrangements meant to last forever. Designed for the modern minimalist, the collection is comprised of seven sustainable arrangements accented with variations of palm spears, pampas grass, bunny tails and more—a millennial’s dream!
Hats Off Hats off to B.M. Franklin & Co. The hat-making brand famous for its fusion of classic silhouettes and modern aesthetics has touched down in Buckhead Village for its first Southeastern pop-up shop. Occupying the 827-square-foot store between Hermès and Canali, the pop-up offers custom and ready-to-wear hats and masks, a customization bar with accessories like pins and feathers, and full repair and renovation services. Shoppers can even book a one-on-one B.M. Franklin experience where they can meet with a classically trained artisan to design a custom, authentic creation.
Self Love Ashley Adana just added author to her résumé! The special events producer and lifestyle boutique owner advocates the power of self-love in Current Priority: Me, a collection of 365 quotes from Black voices selected to lend strength and motivation to readers. Accompanying each quote is Adana’s own commentary and an affirmation to inspire readers to claim victory over every day. Adana’s biggest mission? To remind everyone that self-love is the best love.
Into the Mystic From the founders of Ponce City Market favorite Modern Mystic comes Spells for the Modern Mystic: A Ritual Guidebook and Spell-Casting Kit (Harper Design). Packaged in a black and gold keepsake box (which doubles as superchic coffee-table decor), the ritual guidebook and kit gives the guidance and tools needed to conduct 25 spells in six different areas: self-protection, ancestral power, love, transformation, wealth and personal space.
Photography by: From top: Adara photos by edwin Osorio; Delbar photos courtesy of delbar; Asian dish photo by Sara Racheff; by Twocan Studios; courtesy of B.M. Franklin; courtesy of Modern Mystic; courtesy of Ashley Adana