Looking for unique ways to spend Valentine’s Day in Atlanta? Travel Noire’s got you covered!

Believe it or not, there’s much love happening in Atlanta.

With Valentine’s Day approaching, the whole city is preparing for couples to celebrate their love for one another. From speakeasies, fancy rooftops, museums, art galleries and of course, the vibrant nightlife of “Black Hollywood,” it can be hard to decide what to do with your special someone. Travel Noire has put together an itinerary for lovers spending their Valentine’s Day in Atlanta.


High Museum Of Art

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Start the day showing the love of your life a little culture with a date to the museum. The High Museum Of Art is an exceptional place for visual stimulation and sparking new conversations on Valentine’s Day in Atlanta.

There’s an exhibit by Black photographer Deana Lawson, which according to the High Museum website, “investigates and challenges conventional representations of Black identities and bodies.” Lawson’s work covers a variety of photographic histories and styles. The exhibit features family albums, studio portraiture, and staged tableaux. The artist also uses documentary pictures and appropriated images in her exhibition.

Along with Lawson’s work, there are plenty of other art installations to experience. Make sure you and your partner are in your most excellent museum fits for the ‘gram.

Walk On The Beltline

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Walking the Beltline can be a fun-filled romantic experience in Atlanta’s beautiful weather. Filled with parks, murals, restaurants, and breweries, you can spend the whole day doing a variety of activities on the Beltline. It is also one of the main pathways connecting different areas in Atlanta.

If you happen to get tired of walking, you can just pick up a scooter along the way and ride with your partner to and from all of the sites the Beltline has to offer. Guac y Margys, New Realm Brewery and Nina & Rafi are just a few of the spots we recommend for bites and brew as you spend the day getting some fresh air and holding hands with your loved one.


Louisiana Bistreaux on Piedmont Street

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Stimulate the senses and wake your partner’s tastebuds with a meal at Louisiana Bistreaux.

Known for their authentic New Orleans cuisine, Louisiana Bistreaux’s new location in Atlanta is giving great vibes, amazing ambiance and the city’s most delicious authentic New Orleans food. Make a reservation and dress exceptionally well for your Valentine’s date.


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A staple among socialites and influencers in Atlanta, Divan is definitely the best-kept secret when it comes to food. Call ahead and make reservations for a private suite for you to dine with your loved one. Order their delicious lamb chops and scallops and I promise you’ll be hooked for life.

It doesn’t stop there. You will get to enjoy not only the delicious Mediterranean cuisine, but also their variety of hookah flavors. Feel free to order their signature hookah flavors along with their signature cocktails.


Four Seasons – Midtown

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What more can we say? The Four Seasons is the epitome of luxury stays in the world.

It has amazing concierge service, spacious rooms and the best amenities. Atlanta’s St. Regis doesn’t miss a beat. Impress your loved one with a two-night stay at one of the most prestigious hotels in town.

Be sure to also book a spa date for you and your partner, and enjoy drinks at the hotel bar during your relaxed stay.

St. Regis

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Impress your partner with a stay at the 5-star and AAA Diamond St. Regis in the Buckhead section of Atlanta.

Enjoy 24-hour concierge service and pre-order spa services for you and your loved one. Choose from any of the four restaurant bars within the St. Regis to quench your thirst or energize your palette. St. Regis is part of the Marriott Hotels family, so call ahead to see if you can use points for your stay.