East Atlanta’s eclectic residents, cultural diversity, and relaxed nightlife culture helps continue to fuel its steady growth from the 1990’s. The city has created national attention over the years and is the best keep secret in Atlanta according to the Washington Post. Creative Loafing has even dubbed it the epitome of cool and a neighborhood’s neighborhood. East Atlanta Village has everything from shopping, to restaurants, and one of the most unique bar scenes around. Creativity and openness make East Atlanta one of Atlanta’s most desirable communities.
East Atlanta’s housing mix is comprised of mid 1900’s bungalows, new construction, and town homes. Many of the original homes have been updated but a large handful of properties are awaiting renovation.
Parks and Recreation
Brownwood Park is the only park in East Atlanta, its close proximity to restaurants and shops make it a valued amenity among for residents. The park consists of ample green space and three tennis courts. East Atlanta Village is also just across the interstate from Kirkwood where numerous parks can be found.
Dining and Entertainment
The Earl, The Graveyard Tavern, Flatiron, and the Midway Pub are just a handful of the favorite venues in East Atlanta Village. The Earl’s atmosphere and back stage make it a great place to see a show and grab a bite to eat. Dancing and a live DJ can be found on a regular basis at The Graveyard Tavern along with a quality menu. Flatiron’s wing’s and friendly staff make it a great option as well. Just down the street, you’ll find a life changing brunch menu at The Midway Pub. It really is difficult to go wrong when dining in East Atlanta.
- Burgess Peterson Academy
- Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School
- Wesley International Academy