Urban sprawl has created two types of Atlantans. One that can walk to dinner and one that cannot.
Walking to dinner is liberating. You can reflect on the day. You don’t have to jockey for a parking spot. You can drink more spirits. There’s no barrier to the user flow. You just walk right in the restaurant.
It changes the dynamic of the dinner.
Opportunities to walk to dinner in Atlanta grow weekly. For example, establishments on the BeltLine including Krog Street Market, Ladybird, or Woodys make for walking to dinner more of a possibility for many Atlantans.
It may seem silly, titling a post: “Walking to Dinner,” but when was the last time you walked to dinner?
Regardless of the answer, it should happen more.