East Cobb has something for the entire family to enjoy. Get everyone involved in a friendly competition with a race at Andretti Indoor Karting & Games. Several public parks give kids the opportunity to run and play to their hearts’ desire. Sope Creek Trail offers over three miles of scenic hiking, mountain biking, and running trails. The park’s extensive network of trails explore the stone ruins of a paper mill destroyed by Union troops during the Civil War, now standing in multi-story, castle-like ruins. There’s plenty to do on the Chatahoochee River, fishing, trail and bike trails, and floating the “Hooch” in a raft, kayak or innertube.
Shopping you bag? East Cobb delivers. Merchant’s Walk and The Avenue East Cobb allow parents to shop and dine at nationally-recognized restaurants. Paper Mill Village includes a variety of shops and businesses such as a neighborhood grill, pilates training, a gourmet market, cooking lessons, a specialty bakery, a day spa, and fashion.
East Cobb is home to a vibrant foodie culture. Great restaurants in the area include sister restaurants Drift Fish House & Oyster Bar, Seed Kitchen & Bar, and Stem Wine Bar. Stem seats 40 guests, including 25 in a U-shaped bar, is serving 40 different boutique wines by the glass, along with a small plates menu. Dishes include charcuterie, artisan cheeses, and casual fare paired with recommended wines. And don’t miss Moxie Burger – artisan burgers that include The Heater, Bleu Ribbon, and The Gobbler – yum!