dining landmarks. Nearby is the Hammonds House Galleries & Resource Center of African American Art (503 Peeples St. SW; 404-752-8730) housed in a 19th century Victorian building. African sculpture and masks, Haitian paintings and changing exhibits by contemporary African American artists form the collection.
Publications that give the skinny on Atlanta’s African American political, social and entertainment scene include the Atlanta Daily World, Atlanta Tribune and Atlanta Scenes.
Atlanta boasts an abundance of other black-owned venues. For a comprehensive guide to sites, sounds and services, call 800- ATLANTA and ask for the Heritage Guide. Or contact the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau at 404-521-6600 or online at www.acvb.com.