Bars & Retaurants

Ammazza – Neapolitan pizza, antipasti & Italian desserts served in airy, urban-rustic digs with a full bar.

BoccaLupo – Low-key, intimate dining room serving up homestyle Italian cooking & creative cocktails.

Edgewood Avenue Pizzeria – Busy bar & eatery for NY-style pies, chicken wings & other finger foods in industrial-chic digs.

Joystick Gamebar – Casual bar boasting arcade games & pinball & dishing up jumbo burgers & reimagined bar bites.

Georgia Beer Garden – Locally focused bar featuring regionally made brews & spirits plus an expansive outdoor patio.

Lotta Frutta – Funky, pint-sized find doling out fruit cups & salads, plus grilled sandwiches & exotic smoothies.

Miso Isakaya – Chef Guy Wong’s hot spot for Japanese-style tapas & sushi, with large selection of sake & shochu.

Mother Restaurant & Bar – Mixed drinks, bar bites, dancing & a patio.

Noni’s – Hip neighborhood trattoria with patio serves Italian comfort food, plus a full bar & dance parties.

Rathbun’s – This lively spot serves creative American plates in a stylish, renovated warehouse.

Serpas – Former warehouse with a chic vibe serves Cajun-inspired American cuisine under soaring ceilings.

Sister Louisa’s Church – Church-themed bar with picnic-style eats, church-organ karaoke & weekly Ping-Pong tournaments.

Staplehouse – New American restaurant & bar benefiting a charity, with a reservations-only policy at tables.

The Sound Table – Small plates & cocktails served in an industrial space that morphs into a dance club at night.

Thumbs Up Diner – Vibrant local diner chain serving a lengthy breakfast menu, plus burgers, chili & tacos.

Coffee Shops

Cafe Velo – Espresso drinks, baked goods & lunch fare offered in a bright space that also caters to cyclists.

Chrome Yellow – Industrial-style locale with a hangout for choice coffee, plus a cool men’s & women’s apparel shop.

Miscellaneous

Dad’s Garage Theater – Home of a local theater company showcasing original plays & regular improv shows.

Krog Street Market – Krog Street Market is a 9-acre mixed-use development in Atlanta, located along the BeltLine trail at Edgewood Avenue in Inman Park.

King of Pops – Inspired by two brothers who started with a single pushcart on a street corner in Atlanta, we chop, mash, freeze and ship thousands of delicious popsicles a day.

MLK Jr National Historic Site – The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site consists of several buildings including Martin Luther King Jr.’s boyhood home and the original Ebenezer Baptist Church.

Old Fourth Ward Distillery – Atlanta’s first distillery since 1906, taking a neighborhood centric sustainable approach to creating the finest spirits available at any price.

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