My husband spends half his life in Atlanta. Okay, I exaggerate, but he does take 6-10 business trips there each year, and I've never been. We're finally going to right that wrong in a few weeks, and I'll be heading out with him for a few days of touristing and eating, before flying back home and leaving him to the grind.

We'll be staying in Midtown (no car, but we're willing to Uber/Lyft as necessary), going to museums, eating lots (probably at least a few meals with techie types from the large media company K is working with there), and might try to catch an Atlanta United game over the weekend. Any guidelines as to what to pack and what I can expect for weather in the second week of March? I suspect Atlanta is slightly dressier on average than Denver, but I could be wrong.

Also, restaurant recommendations always welcome. Here's the list the husband sent me to start:
Cooks & Soldiers
Tamarind Seed Thai Bistro
The Flying Biscuit Cafe
Cypress Street Pint & Plate
Ponce City Market
5Church Atlanta
Delia’s Chick Sausage Stand
The Silver Skillet
South City Kitchen Midtown