Once thought to be tucked away in the shadow of Georgia’s most-visited tourist attraction, the City of Stone Mountain has gone under a recent transformation that has attracted artists, brewers and restaurateurs. This former railroad village is a diverse and progressive small city with a renewed sense of community. Funky shops and hip restaurants are quickly moving in on Main Street, and the City of Stone Mountain is quickly emerging from its shadow and is ready for its turn in the sun.
Just a short drive from Atlanta, the City of Stone Mountain offers a variety of fun and authentic shops and restaurants that will make you feel like you’ve stumbled upon a well-kept secret (you have!). Main Street is adorned with historic buildings from the early 1900s that are now home to some of the most buzzed about businesses in Metro Atlanta. Whether you’re looking for good food, freshly-brewed beer, community theater or unique events, the City of Stone Mountain invites you to come and experience the renaissance that is currently happening here.
Be sure to visit the Welcome Center located in the Historic Train Depot, as it provides visitors and locals with information on everything from dining and shopping to seasonal events and activities in and around the City of Stone Mountain.