eclectic and a
little bit eccentric
Atlanta’s Eastside begins just one mile from Centennial Olympic Park and is where tattooed locals, funky street art and community food halls come together.
Atlanta’s Eastside offers a unique blend of neighborhoods. From upscale shopping and dining in Virginia-Highland to the gritty energy of East Atlanta Village and the surging street life that defines Little Five Points. It is the exuberance of the Beltline and the Old Fourth Ward and the sense of community in always festive Inman Park and leafy, historic Grant Park.
Eastside Must Sees
Explore Atlanta’s Eastside Neighborhoods
East Atlanta Village
This walkable area of town boasts a unique, edgy character and thriving independent business sector.
Aside from housing Zoo Atlanta, Grant Park is known as being a hip hangout for foodies and history buffs.
Characterized by Victorian home and tree-lined streets, Inman Park also is home to one of Atlanta’s most-anticipated annual festivals.
Little Five Points
Little Five Points is Atlanta’s hippie ‘hood and one of the most satisfying places to people-watch in Atlanta.
Old Fourth Ward
OFW is the birthplace of America’s best-known civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Food, fun and fashion take center stage in this neighborhood.
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