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CityGuide - 5 photo booths to capture that perfect kiss

Best bets in ATL for a timeless lip-lock

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Photo credit: Eric Cash

For those of us who prefer a little private PDA to open-air make-out-session selfies, there are still a few places left in Atlanta to capture that secret kiss forever. A photo booth makes every lip-lock look timeless and gives you the opportunity to throw in a silly face or two for good measure. If finding that record you’ve been looking for, dancing the night away, catching the game, or indulging in brunch are your aphrodisiacs then these five ATL hot spots offer the perfect hideaway to sneak off and capture your sweet smooches with a classic memento to take home.

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Criminal Records offers comic books, underground magazines, and acres of new and used CDs and vinyl. Its in-store concerts are legendary. | more...

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If you're a sports nut, head here to watch any game on one of the two giant projector screens or on the dozens of smaller TVs while you sip on cheap beer and nibble buffalo wings or tater tots. | more...

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Located on the ever-expanding Westside, Ormsby's is a favorite of locals looking for an extensive craft beer list and a unique gastropub menu. There's also a downstairs game room with bocce ball, shuffleboard, billiards and more. | more...

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The Star Bar, as it's known, hosts a regular lineup of rockabilly and hard-rockin' acts, as well as the city's best free stand-up on Mondays and, tucked away in an unassuming corner, a hidden shrine to the King of Kings, Elvis Presley, complete with an altar and throne. | more...

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This popular Westside cafe serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This place can get packed out, so expect a wait on weekends. | more...

 



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