If you're looking for a funky, eclectic neighborhood to shop, eat or for some good "people-watching," check out Atlanta's Little Five Points (aka L5P) business district. Enjoy a concert at the Star Bar or a renowned burger at The Vortex. Classic Converse are always a popular bet in this alternative and fun area. PS: this is where our first "real" retail store opened... in 1981!
Visit historic Inman Park, Atlanta's first "planned neighborhood" and marvel at the beautiful Victorian homes. Picnics in the Park, beers and artwork at the Inman Park Festival each April, or one of the many fine eateries along Highland Ave or Elizabeth St show off this gorgeous intown neighborhood. You can easily walk over in a comfy pair of Olukai shoes and check out Krog Street Market on the West end of Inman Park
Oakhurst, a diverse and historic Decatur neighborhood featuring award-winning schools, old and new Craftsman-style houses and bungalows is a truly "walkable" neighborhood we love. While walking around in Keen Check out one of the many food and art festivals to see why it's such a fun and family-friendly place to live and play.
Castleberry Hill is is one of Atlanta’s biggest surviving warehouse districts. Within these warehouse, you can find eateries, condo’s, and art studios. In the shadow of the new Falcons stadium, you can take a leisurely art stroll in a pair of Kork-Ease.
Old West End has become the NEW West End! Restored old homes, renewed business district, and some of Atlanta's richest history reside right here. A prime example: Westview Cemetery, Atlanta's turn-of-the-Century (and we mean 20th) burial grounds. It is a beautiful site to drive through, including a stop at the Mausoleaum to explore beautiful stained-glass chapels. But.... be advised, "walking or exercise" on the Westview grounds is discouraged.
Decatur is nearly as old as Atlanta, and serves as the county seat for one of the largest counties in Georgia. The New York Times recently called it “Mayberry meets Berkeley” and “the Brooklyn of Atlanta.” It offers all of the benefits of the suburbs, but all just minutes away from intown Atlanta. Easily accessible by MARTA or car. Check out some of its award-winning restaurants, the country’s largest book festival, or any of its cocktail spots and craft breweries (with tours and tastings!) Wild Heaven Craft Beers and Three Taverns.
Old Fourth Ward has got a lot of people's attention, including folks at National Geographic! Along with brand spanking new housing and retail developments, O4W has some of our richest treasures: You can stomp around in your Dr. Martens at the Masquerade is a multi-stage music venue overlooking theO4W Skate Park and Beltline Eastside Trail. Ride the new Atlanta Streetcar down historic Edgewood Avenue and don’t forget The Martin Luther King, Jr Center , and follow up with a tasting at the brand-new Old Fourth Distillery.
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