MARTA to Chomp and Stomp

Chomp and Stomp is annual chili cook-off and festival in Cabbagetown in between the Inman Park and King Memorial MARTA stations. In addition to plenty of chili tasting, enjoy live bluegrass music or run the 5K. There are several ways to get to the festival without driving (and you don’t want to drive anyhow because […]

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MARTA to Walmart

There are several Walmart stores near MARTA stations, and all rail lines can take you to one. Below are directions to each store, with the stores closest to MARTA listed first. For bus connections, we recommend using the real-time maps and schedules in the MARTA on the Go app. Chamblee Head to the Chamblee MARTA […]

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MARTA to Glenwood Park

Glenwood Park is a mixed-use community near East Atlanta and Grant Park. Amenities include easy access to I-20 and the BeltLine trail, green bulidings, a large park and two grocery stores (Publix and Kroger). In addition to a single family homes, condos and apartments, there’s also a few restaurants including Vickery’s Bar and Grill, The Shed […]

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MARTA to Cabbagetown

Cabbagetown is an intown neighborhood next to Oakland Cemetery that’s known for the Krog Tunnel and the yearly Chomp and Stomp chili and bluegrass festival. It is also home to the Cotton Mill Lofts, historic shotgun houses, Little’s Food Store and restaurants including Agave and Carroll Street Cafe. The closest MARTA stations to Cabbagetown are the King […]

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MARTA to Oakland Cemetery

The historic Oakland Cemetery is at 248 Oakland Avenue SE near downtown Atlanta. Next to the King Memorial MARTA station on the blue and green rail lines, the cemetery isn’t just for the dead — there are lively events throughout the year, including Halloween tours, Sunday in the Park and Tunes from the Tombs, a music festival that supports […]

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