“Everything is greater in Decatur!” Decatur is the county seat of Dekalb county, in the northeast corner of Atlanta, and is known for its thriving art and festival scene. A neighborhood full of historic districts and buildings, Decatur boasts lots of public art in the form of murals, living walls, and large sculpture installations. Keep your eyes peeled for over 30 Secret Doors of Decatur, too! Lots of seasonal festivals take place in town, including the Decatur Arts Festival, the AJC Decatur Book Festival, Summer in the City, and the Decatur Beer and Wine Festivals. Transportation around Decatur is made simple with 3 MARTA (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority) rail stations and frequent bus routes. For entertainment, check out Eddie’s Attic, a popular live music venue, the Agnes Scott Arboretum, Woodlands Garden, three dog parks within a 4 mile radius, and the beautiful and walkable Decatur Cemetery. For a real thrill, join Decatur’s Walking Ghost Tour! Decatur is also known for its food scene, having been heralded as one of America’s “Tastiest Towns” and “Atlanta’s gastronomic equivalent of Berkeley or Brooklyn.” Try out local favorites: The Iberian Pig, Chai Pani, and Cafe Lily. Also widely acknowledged for its growing beer scene, Decatur is home to Brick Store Pub, Wild Heaven Beer, 3 Taverns Brewery, and the Independent Distilling Co.