Comfort Suites Perimeter Center
6110 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd.
Atlanta, GA 30328
Phone: (770) 828-0330
Fax: (770) 604-9865
6110 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd., Atlanta, GA, US, 30328
- Phone: (770) 828-0330
- Fax: (770) 604-9865
Metlife Park at Perimeter Center is a premium sports ground located opposite to the Dunwoody Mall. Its prime location makes it a favorite hangout among locals. A complete fun venue where families can come to have a fun day out or sports enthusiasts come to catch the sports action.
A branch of the Regal Entertainment Group, UA Perimeter Pointe Stadium 10 will not fail the audience when it comes to enjoying a film. Catch up with the latest flicks at the UA Perimeter Pointe Stadium 10. They offer the latest in film titles, top-notch sound and screen quality. The stadium seating enables you to enjoy the film without any intrusion. Check the website for movie titles, show times and ticket prices. Don't forget the popcorn!
Enjoy delectable American specialties with live entertainment at this vibrant dinner theater. From live music and comedy to cabaret and DJ nights, Taboo 2 offers an eclectic schedule of events that has something for everyone. Pamper yourself at the luxurious VIP room, with its rich decor and personalized service. The bar offers a diverse selection of drinks. The venue has facilities for hosting private events as well. Check website for more.
Atlanta may not be the dancing capital of the world, but it definitely has a number of fine dance schools. One of them being Take Hold Ballroom and Latin Dance which offers a number of dance programs for beginners and professionals alike. Bring finesse to your dancing skills or just learn the nuances of choreography here. The studio also hosts parties and other private and social events that offer a great opportunity for dancing and socializing.
Located in the heart of Sandy Springs, the Benson Center is part of the Dorothy C. Benson Senior Multipurpose Complex. This charming facility is used for cultural as well as major events. Spanning across 5,400 square feet (501.68 square meters) it features hardwood floors, a raised stage, pavilion, kitchen and a parking lot.
This Sandy Springs Circle theater is located on the lower level of the Parkside Shopping Center. Established in 1976, Lefont Theaters is well known in the neighborhood for independent movies, though blockbusters are also shown here. They serve popcorn, wine and beer.
North DeKalb Cultural Arts Center is one of the major cultural hubs of the Dunwoody area. The center conducts various art-related workshops, seminars, cultural programs for all ages. Any art lover can exhibit their inherent talent and maybe hone newer skills at this center. It is also home to the Stage Door Players theater club. Check website for more details.
Jazz master and producer extraordinaire Dan Youmans is the founder of this exciting company, the first Atlanta dance outfit devoted entirely to the study and performance of jazz works. Since 1970, the group has supported a junior, an intermediate, and a senior company, each with its own schedule of classes and recitals. Select members of the senior company comprise the professional ensemble, which performs at various venues throughout Atlanta and the Southeast. Call for upcoming performances and special events.
This lively area standing close to the Peachtree Golf Club is renowned for hosting Drive Thru, one of the city's most popular farmers markets, attracting huge crowds from Atlanta as well as its neighboring cities. With a fantastic selection of restaurants, Old Five Points is a great place to sample local as well as an eclectic choice of international cuisines. Besides the farmers' market, the area also hosts the Taste of the World fest, a culinary extravaganza that attracts foodies from the region. Check website for more.
Ensconced in MJCCA's Zaban-Blank building, the Morris and Rae Frank Theatre is an elegant theater in Dunwoody. The proscenium stage and the state-of-the-art technology makes it a beautiful blend of the vintage and the modern. While the seating is arranged to give an intimate theater feel no matter where you sit.
Home to the Georgia Shakespeare Festival and the Theater Department of Oglethorpe University, the Conant Performing Arts Center is a beautiful four story building. Built in 1997, this modern facility with cutting edge technology features a main theater, a rehearsal area, dressing rooms, a huge lobby, gift shop and a snack bar. It is the main venue for Oglethorpe's musical and theater productions.
A comedy club that has come to be an institution in the city, The Basement Theatre first opened its doors in 2004, and has since then garnered an impressive following. Located in the northern part of the city, this comedy club features some of the most known comedians from around the country, while also organizing special shows that have become equally popular. The club also hosts improv classes, varying in their skill. Do see the website to know more about upcoming events and other details.