My favorite neighborhood in the ATL...!
Thrift store heaven
Awesome place with great artwork, cool shops, and some great places for food and drink!
Probably the most creative neighborhood in Atlanta.
Fun and wacky place to walk around. Street art and street artists abound. Great shops. The vortex. Good place to have a brew.
Shopping, people, festivals, food, unique finds.
If you're looking for overpriced vintage clothes, hip head shops, pubs and great people watching this is your place, but be warned shops spring open as fast as they close so don't get too attached.
Junkman's Daughter, Porter Beer Bar, Inman Park Festival...lots to do and see...great people watching!
The most "chill", laidback, hippie environment you will ever find ITP [For new ATLiens: inside the perimeter]
Shop in the consignment shops or just walk around listen to the street performers. Visiting Criminal Records is a must.
Always something to see
Little fox points
Such a lovely group of suck different people here.
Pack your patience
The stores that sells African items, vintage items and healthy foods are what's up. The vintage store doesn't smell vintage.
Cyndi Lauper beer coozie's at Junkman's Daughter. MUST HAVE!!! And the magnets!!
Get there early on the weekends if you want a decent parking space!
Don't confuse it with Five Points! Little Five has coffee shops, boutiques and ethnic restaurants. If you don't mind panhandlers LP5 is the place to go. Take Marta to Edgewood and go west on McLendon.
Tattoo parlors and head shops sprinkled in with cool coffee shops, boutiques and ethnic restaurants. If you don't mind panhandlers LP5 is the place to go. Take Marta to Inman Park and head up Euclid.
One of the most coolest places that I've been in Atlanta. It's like a mini Williamsburg in a few streets. Arts, cool clothing stores, amazing vintage shops, amazing record stores, and cozy food spots.
Little Five Points is a cool place to Visit,, been there 1time
Gotta stop by Lila's Shoes!
Its got Le Petit Morte (hope i spelled that right). My favourite place to shop for gothic attire. Then there is Junkman's Daughter, the best place to find crazy gifts
Hipster area, but awesome pizza!
Home sweet home.
This place used to be the epicenter of subculture and artistic freedom. Now it's overpriced "lofts" and houses for hipsters. Hipsters. Every. Where.
It's all about free love, culture, music, and creativity here. Great for if you want to see the "other" side!
I just love L5P...
This is the day to wear your freakiest outfit and go party in L5P. I hear that Hot Toddies Flaming Cabaret is performing there tonight at 10pm. Lots to see people, lots to see!
For better photos use a real camera ... For quicker social status updates just use your iPhone.
Bike here and take the freedom park trail as much as you can, traffic after north + highland was horrendous.
Have the veggie burger at the Vortex.
$4 beers to go at The Porter!
GO INTO BARS AND GET A PBR!! ENJOY THE PARADE!
Great shops and places to eat. People from all walks of life. If you are visiting Atlanta you have to come here above all other place. easiest way to get there is to walk from Inman train station.
Great place got inspiration and motivation....
The only place you can go to completely be YOU!:-)
The best parking spots are in the Junkman's Daughter parking lot.
Check out Sevananda for some good veggie/vegan grub. I like the African peanut soup on Thursdays.
L5P is a great people watching venue, you won't find a more diverse crowd anywhere else in Atlanta. Check out Junkman's Daughter, eat at The Vortex and catch a show at Star Bar or Variety Playhouse!
Best place to go for your punk/indie/alternative scene
One of the best spots in ATL for people-watching - Try your hand at street photography here
the greenwhich village of the south!!!
Corner Tavern & Porter House are my favs!
This is my favorite place in Atlanta....really. Its kinda like the village in NY or Berkeley in Califonia.......greatest place to hang out in the spring time!!!
One of the most eclectic & vibrant neighborhoods in Atlanta. This district has you covered if you're looking for boutique shopping, music/theater shows, or a great place to eat.
A bohemian hangout with a rich mix of art, theater, and shopping, it has been the epicenter of all things alternative for years. Make sure to check out Star Community Bar--they have an Elvis shrine!