Captain America: Civil War Film Tour
Be the hero in your own Atlanta-area adventure.
The third film in the franchise, "Captain America: Civil War" pits the patriotic hero against some of his Avengers counterparts that escalates to an open fight between Iron Man and Captain America. The government’s Hero Registration Act has the heroes taking sides. Starring Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson and Robert Downey Jr., the film was shot around the greater Atlanta area. This was just one of the Georgia-filmed superhero movies, which also included "Ant-Man."
Be the hero in your own Atlanta-area adventure
Hanna Brothers Studio Cafe
Joe and Jim Hanna have worked for years as movie crew caterers, which has led them to set up outposts in New Orleans, Miami, and, most recently, Atlanta. The brothers decided to open the state’s first film commissary at the bustling Trilith Studios in Fayetteville, where Marvel's "Captain America: Civil War" and "Ant-Man" filmed. Visitors can experience their menu on weekdays from 11 a.m-2:30 p.m. in The Studio Cafe in the Trilith Studios Production Centre, which also feeds those working at the studio.
Porsche Experience Center
Start your engines! Porsche’s North American headquarters are in Atlanta, so they set up a visitor’s center that includes driving courses and exhibits on the company’s past, present and future. Porsche Experience Center visitors can test their skills on a track module and learn about the engineering behind the cars from Porsche drive coaches. It was even used as a filming location for "Captain America: Civil War."
Fado Irish Pub
This Buckhead pub is as close to Ireland as you can get without your passport. Fado has been a longtime neighborhood favorite, but their current location has a bar handcrafted in the motherland and shipped to Atlanta. Here you’ll find authentic pints of Guinness and dishes like fish and chips and shepherd’s pie. Catch your favorite soccer games here, as well. The bar was featured as a filming location in "Captain America: Civil War."