I was craving Fish Stew. It was grey and rainy out so, comfort food was in my head. First the name Six Feet Under, their first location is across from Oakland Cemetery, a really big cemetery (people are dying to get into it!) A lot of old famous Atlantans are buried there. Margaret Mitchell and Bobby Jones to name a couple.
So, that one was so successful they added another one in the westside of Atlanta. They have these cool prints of Atlanta and lots of photos of Oakland Cemetery.It was extremely busy, but they seated me right away. My waiter Harley, great guy, not the quickest fellow, but he did have a few tables. He made up for his tardiness by being really super nice. I started with this. Two Stone Crab Claws! Yahoo!
Coop and I decided to go off the trail today and this is what we saw.Lots of graffiti.and more graffitioh wait there was even more graffiti.But if you look closely, it is really some cool artwork. Then we went down to the creek.It was really nice out today.Then we had to get back to the trail.Up this little hill, and then we found it.It was a great day for exploring. can you see the chimney? This is where the original Decatur water works were like a million years ago. Now it’s just ruins or canvas for graffiti. There are a lot more trails off the trail so new adventures await. Coop was really pooped afterwards.
Atlanta is made up of a lot of little towns and neighborhoods and one of my favorites is Decatur. Today when I visited the Square in downtown Decatur, they had up their Christmas decorations and were playing Christmas tunes. Music was coming from here. It actually put me in a great mood. Then to see kids running and playing around. Jumping! Climbing on cannons! Walking the dogs!Taking the Christmas photo on the Courthouse steps!Oh and parking is free on Sundays! Let’s visit again next week! You want to come?