East Atlanta Village has a number of quality shops, bars, and restaurants that can only be rivaled in Atlanta by Midtown and the Virginia-Highland neighborhoods. The area might be best known for its live music, which hosts great bands almost every night of the week. It's a hotspot for live DJs, pool and foosball, underground and foreign films, as well as a great place to pick up some great clothing or see local street art.
Grant Park is a large borough with a strong neighborhood feel. The area offers many local businesses, restaurants, and nightlife options, but it's best known for the Victorian architecture of its home. If you're looking for a festive neighborhood, Grant Park is for you, as it's also home to the Atlanta Zoo, and many local farmers' markets and events.
On the eastside of Atlanta, three miles from downtown, Edgewood is the perfect spot for recent graduates and young professionals. There is a vibrant bar scene in Edgewood with local favorites including Church and Mother.
A central location, Kirkwood is just four miles from downtown Atlanta and surrounded by great shopping and restaurant destinations. In the middle of what's happening, Decatur, Little Five Points, Candler Park, and East Atlanta are just a few miles away. There is a vast variety of homes from craft bungalows to Victorian Folk style houses.
One of the highest rated entertainment and shopping areas in Atlanta, Little Five Points is praised for its unique culture. The area is filled with fantastic spots to eat like The Vortex and The Porter, as well as a collection of one of a kind shopping experiences for clothes, records, comics, and books. Little Five is also home to premiere spots for live music like The Variety Playhouse and Aisle 5.