Bed and Breakfast Atlanta Loft, Urban Oasis

Food Trucks by Urban Oasis

March 18, 2012

Every Wednesday afternoon food trucks from around Atlanta gather a block away from The Urban Oasis in The Stove Works’ parking lot. Trucks serving everything from Puerto Rican dishes to Asian sliders and all-natural popsicles cater to locals and professionals. The trucks are a great, alternative quick grab for lunch, or the perfect place to […]

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Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward Neighborhood Highlighted in The New York Times

December 6, 2011
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Urban Oasis is located on the border of two historic Atlanta neighborhoods: Inman Park and The Old Fourth Ward. Recently, The New York Times published a piece highlighting the up-and-coming Old Forth Ward neighborhood, calling it “a cradle of culinary and artistic innovation.” The article spotlights several restaurants and hang-outs in the area, including Kevin […]

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Love Letters to Urban Oasis

September 23, 2011
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We are thrilled to see such wonderful reviews of Urban Oasis Bed and Breakfast on trip advisor!  Here are some of the reviews that guests have written . . . Artsy B&B We felt very comfortable staying with Judy and her husband. We stayed in Michael’s room which had a spiral staircase that led you […]

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Beautiful Weekend for the Inman Park Festival!

May 1, 2011

The 4oth Inman Park Festival is in full swing this weekend ( April 30 and May 1).  And isn’t the artwork that my friend and web design client, Jon Arge, did for the poster and tee-shirts this year absolutely fabulous?. I’ll never forget my very first Inman Park Festival. We lived in Druid Hills( nearby […]

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Spring Wedding Bells at the Urban Oasis

March 29, 2011

We had a beautiful spring wedding here a couple of weeks ago at the Urban Oasis. Here is a video of photos from Megan and Tim’s wedding that was just held here on March 12, 2011. Note the  Weeping Ornamental Cherry Tree in full, glorious bloom. Also the Tulip Magnolia and the Redbud Tree were […]

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Right in the Midst of the Best Restaurants and Bars Around

February 6, 2011
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Location, location, location. We are in such a great neighborhood. In addition to lots of shopping and theaters and trails and history, we are smack in the middle of food and drink heaven. I hate to even begin to write this since I don’t have time to cover all of the good  places in this […]

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Guest Post: Staycation in Atlanta from the Burbs

January 7, 2011

    by Marcy Lamberson Do you ever want to go on a mini vacation, but don’t have a lot of time for traveling? My husband and I opted for a “stay-cation” this year, right inside Atlanta. We had 2 nights available for a little adventure. We live in the suburbs, but there’s so much […]

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Atlanta Beltline Coming Soon

November 16, 2010

Ryan Gravel, architect of the idea for the Atlanta Beltine talks about building the city we want to live in. Art on the BeltLine: Atlanta’s New Public Place, the first ever art exhibition along the Atlanta BeltLine corridor which opened in June, scheduled several events and performance as part of its closing ceremony. Over the […]

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Join Us For The Unconventional Book Tour with Chris Guillebeau

October 17, 2010
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On October 28th at 7:00 The Urban Oasis will host Chris Guillebeau’s Unconventional Book Tours Atlanta Stop. Chris is a traveler, a writer, and a darn good businessman, and does it all in his very own special non-conforming, unconventional way. In fact he is the author of the Blog, The Art of Non Conformity and […]

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