As an Atlanta native, I’ve visited several of the city’s unique neighborhoods. One of my favorites to dine in, or take a mid-day stroll by, is Inman Park.
Just two miles east of downtown Atlanta, this historic landmark that was once empty farmland but is now home to some of Atlanta’s trendiest eateries, including Bartaco, Beetlecat, and Barcelona Wine Bar, to name a few. In addition to its popular restaurant selection, it’s a favored area to call home.
While Victorian-style homes on generous lots line the curved streets, with lush green parks nearby, areas of reinvention and modern development are also noticeable.