Explore Atlanta's Neighborhoods
By Laura Horton
Midtown is nestled just north of Downtown and south of the Buckhead and is a top destination for culture, fine restaurants and nightlife. It is also home to Atlanta's Piedmont Park. In recent years, West Midtown, an area on the outskirts of town bordering Buckhead, has grown tremendously with the addition of Atlantic Station and a flourishing art and culture district.
- Nightlife in Midtown
- Door 44 - Midtown Nightlife
- Cosmopolitan/Lava Lounge - Midtown Nightlife
- Atlanta's Annual Dogwood Festival
- Photos From The Dogwood Festival
- Spend a Day at Atlantic Station
- Dialog in the Dark at Atlantic Station
- Bone Garden Cantina - Midtown West
- Front Page News
- La Pietra Cucina
- Fuego Spanish Grill
Atlanta - East
East of Atlanta you will find a number of colorful, distinct neighborhoods, each with their own personality. This district, including East Atlanta, Inman Park, Old Fourth Ward and more, has been on the upswing for the past 10 years and is quickly developing in to one of Atlanta's most desirable areas. In these neighborhoods you'll find trendy restaurants, hip boutiques and interesting residents.
- Highland Ave in the Old Fourth Ward
- A Tour of Inman Park
- Discover Grant Park
- Shopping in Little Five Points
- Vintage Shopping in Atlanta
- P'cheen International Bistro - Old Fourth Ward
- Zuma Sushi - Old Fourth Ward
- The Bureau Restaurant and Bar - Old Fourth Ward
- Stella - Grant Park
- The Vortex - Little Five Points
Buckhead has been long regarded as an area that mixes business with pleasure - home to many top companies, ritzy boutiques, gourmet restaurants and plenty of nightlife.
- Collier Hills Neighborhood
- Swoozie's Boutique
- Lush Cosmetics - Lenox Mall
- Fork and Screen - Dinner and a Movie
- Dantes Down the Hatch
Downtown Atlanta is primarily a business district but also includes many of Atlanta's top attractions and tourist destinations.