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If you think going on a first date in Roswell will leave you with little to do, you’d be mistaken.
The North Fulton city’s downtown area is filled with tons of brewery options, where you can sip a craft beer as a new romance blossoms. There are also more adventurous ways to bond, like exploring the Roswell Mill ruins in Old Mill Park or canoeing or kayaking down the Chattahoochee River with Shoot the Hooch. If a more traditional date is your thing, Aurora Cineplex features the newest movies.
For the Best of Roswell poll rolling out this week, the AJC wants to know: Where’s the best spot to go on a first date in Roswell.
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Know of a place that should be added? Email a write-in nominee to email@example.com. If enough people suggest your spot, we’ll place it in our poll. Voting ends Thursday, April 9, at midnight.
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