4 small Georgia towns to visit when you're tired of Atlanta 1. Senoia: If you want the classic small town, Senoia is a safe bet. The historic railroad town has been the "picture perfect" backdrop for films like "Fried Green Tomatoes" and "Driving Miss Daisy 2. Ball Ground: It's listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and most of the homes date from the 1880s to the 1950s. The town is also the home of Gibbs Gardens. 3. Tallulah Falls: Near the Tallulah River and named for the five falls that ca

Vote: What is the best town square in Atlanta? 

A town square is the center of the action for small towns around metro Atlanta. For some it’s the cultural or shopping center, for others it’s a place where people can go on nice days. 

This week for Best of Atlanta, we're having readers choose the best town square in the Atlanta area. Don't just vote for the one you live closest to - pick the one you think offers the most lively entertainment, captures the history of the community and truly serves as the cultural center.

These squares hold all kinds of fun events, from the AJC Decatur Book Festival to the tour of southern ghosts in the Historic Square at Stone Mountain Park. 

Check out your town's square and you could find a delicious new BBQ restaurant or fun, free workout classes or even enjoy a cold one along the squares where open containers are now allowed

The winner from previous years? Marietta Square. Let’s see if they take the cake this year!

If you’d like to submit a write-in nominee for best town square, please email your pick to stephanie.toone@ajc.com. 

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