I've worked with Pito and his crew at Creativision on a number of corporate video projects, and I've always been impressed with the results. They show a great capacity to listen to and interpret requirements, handle changing needs and circumstances with skill and good grace, and to help work to keep the client happy. And they know their stuff - we've used them for everything from consulting on video lighting setups to bigger studio projects, and have always had a good experience with them.
Great place to visit just to browse, with plenty of studio photography equipment, a knowledgeable staff, rental services, and generally everything you might need for professional or amateur photography.
Excellent pizzas here - I believe some of the pizzas on the menu meet some kind of official standard for Italian pizzas; either way, they're very good - never burned on the bottom, and with a great selection of toppings, most featuring great fresh buffalo mozzarella. The fried mushroom appetizers are great, too - just make sure you share them, because they're way too much for one person.
Fun spot with good quality pizza in a nice neighbourhood with a funky vibe. Good calzones, pie and salads; decent beer on tap, too. A short walk from Little 5 Points, but a world apart.
This great little spot, with its slightly quirky feel, handful of tables and erratic opening hours, serves wonderful healthy--and wonderfully tasty--food. The menu changes daily and typically features only a few dishes, but we've never had a miss while eating there. Great service, too.
Thai Palate seems to have gone steadily down hill over its years in its midtown location; the menu is as much Chinese as it is Thai, and it's not very good Chinese at that - greasy and not very appealing.
This local chain offers a variety of, what are, alas, rather uninteresting burgers, coupled with substandard service; you can find a lot better around Atlanta.
Great, fun place - always heaving with people for lunch, but there's not usually a bad wait. The grinder sandwiches are fantastic, as is the authentic, friendly vibe.
Excellent home-made cooking, with delicious sandwiches and sides, especially their mac and cheese, which was to die for. Inside, it has a very homey, somewhat retro diner feel, with plenty of seating space and a nice, quirky neighbourhood feel. Highly recommended.
For years, I'd only buy computer parts online. However, in stumbling across Microcenter I found a store with eminently reasonable prices, excellent selection, and knowledgeable staff. I've bought everything from PC motherboards to a flat-screen TV from here, without complaints. Simply THE place in the area for anything related to computers or electronics.