Welcome to Smyrna
Where life is always in full bloom
Smyrna, fondly called the Jonquil City, has a burst of golden-hued blooms come early spring, painting the town in vibrant shades of yellow. Located just a quick 15-minute drive from the heart of downtown Atlanta, Smyrna offers a refreshing reprieve from the hustle and bustle of the big city. However, it retains the cosmopolitan charm, minus the taxing traffic congestion.
Whether you're a seasoned trail enthusiast, an avid golfer, or someone who enjoys a casual game of tennis under the evening sky, Smyrna's diverse recreational offerings, from lighted tennis courts to impeccable golf courses, cater to all.
Towering mature trees dot the landscape, offering shade and a touch of serenity, ensuring that the city never feels overwhelmingly congested, even in its busyness. Instead, it is a harmonious blend of city conveniences and natural tranquility.
What to Love
- Blooming jonquils symbolizing the city's vibrant spirit
- Quick access to downtown Atlanta
- The Village Green, the heart of the community
- An array of recreational spots, including parks, trails, and golf courses.
The heart of Smyrna pulses with energy in its revitalized downtown, a testament to the city's commitment to fostering community and promoting local businesses. And for those craving a touch of nature, the city generously offers over 304 acres of verdant park space. Of special mention is the Village Green, not just a sprawling expanse of greenery but also the bustling social epicenter of downtown Smyrna.
Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping
The culinary and shopping delights blend with the town's natural beauty, giving you a taste of the good life. Hand in Pocket
is a chic boutique that effortlessly captures the essence of modern-day fashion. Here, a curated collection of casual women's attire and must-have accessories await, ensuring you're always in vogue.
For those looking to indulge in a unique shopping experience, Vinings Jubilee
in the historic Vinings Village beckons. This charming mall is a delightful mix, offering national brands and local finds, all interspersed with restaurants ready to tantalize your taste buds.
Speaking of tastes, Smyrna boasts a rich culinary landscape. Zucca Bar & Pizzeria
is a testament to this, offering delicious pizzas in a laid-back tavern setting, and its outdoor patio is perfect for those sun-drenched Smyrna afternoons. If you're craving a twist on the classics, Muss & Turner's
will not disappoint. This stylish bistro brings inventive sandwiches and a fresh take on Southern cuisine to the table, making every bite an exploration of flavors.
For a deeper dive into the South's culinary treasures, South City Kitchen Vinings
showcases an innovative spin on beloved Southern dishes, all set in an upscale ambiance. And for a touch of New Orleans in the heart of Smyrna, Atkins Park Tavern
serves dishes inspired by the Big Easy. Its casual bar setting and cozy dark wood nuances make it the perfect spot to unwind. Dive in, explore, and let the town's vibrant dining and entertainment scene sweep you off your feet!
Things to Do
The allure of Smyrna has a contemporary vibrancy with community events like the Fall Jonquil Festival
. For sports fans, an electrifying experience awaits at Truist Park
. As the majestic home stadium for the Atlanta Braves MLB team, the energy and passion here are palpable, with every game turning into an unforgettable spectacle.
The Battery Atlanta
is a pulsating hub where modernity meets culture. With an eclectic mix of shops, it's a shopper's paradise. The presence of local chefs ensures that every culinary adventure here is exceptional. And live music wafts through the air when night falls, making it the perfect backdrop for evening escapades.
Nature enthusiasts, too, have their haven in Smyrna. The Silver Comet Trail
, with its smoothly paved path, invites both avid walkers and casual strollers, offering them a serene retreat amidst nature. But for those looking for a touch of history, the ONE LANE Concord Covered Bridge over Nickajack Creek
is a poignant reminder of yesteryears. As you walk through the county's first historic district, structures from the 1800s milling communities narrate tales of times gone by.
In Smyrna, families can find a harmonious blend of recreational spaces and a commendable education system, ensuring every child gets the best start in life.