Roswell is a tranquil and family friendly city. Roswell is all about community. Alive after Five, a block-style party, is held on the third Thursday evening of each month, from April to October. Roswell also has plenty of family-friendly festivals in the spring and summer. Roswell celebrates diversity. Roswell Roots, one of the best celebrations of black history and culture, takes place every February. Roswell has an international vibe. Get Syrian-flavored tea at Tafa’s on Magnolia Street and Peruvian lomo saltado and ceviche at the Freakin Incan. Roswell has a burgeoning dining scene. Greenwood’s on Green Street has one of the state’s best Southern foods and Adele’s on Canton has one of the state’s best po’ boys. Roswell residents like the great outdoors. The city has a total of eighteen public parks and borders the Chattahoochee River.
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