Little Five Points Shopping & Dining, Atlanta

Little Five Points Shopping & Dining (Self Guided), Atlanta

Little Five Points is a cool, bohemian enclave with a carefree vibe, funky shops, trendy eateries, art galleries and theaters. They conspire to make the locale a fun and vibrant place, where creativity is bursting from every corner. Go shopping in vintage stores, search for quirky gifts and pick up a fascinating read in an independent bookstore. If you are looking to liven up your wardrobe, check out Gothic attire, retro, alternative, edgy fashions and more in some of the shops.

Relish the independent spirit of the neighborhood and find something delicious to eat in a gastro pub. The neighborhood is also home to record stores, coffee shops, bars and a natural food store. The focal point of the area is the intersection of Moreland and Euclid Avenues where the alternative crowd shops in the hip stores and unwinds in the plethora of eateries.

Round off your day with a visit to the Variety Playhouse along Euclid Avenue. This former movie house is now a theater and a nightclub, and is where you can see indie and mainstream acts. Whether you are looking to buy unique items, want to dine on imaginative cuisines or just like checking out fun neighborhoods, put Little Five Points on your Atlanta itinerary.
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Little Five Points Shopping & Dining Map

Guide Name: Little Five Points Shopping & Dining
Guide Location: USA » Atlanta
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Discovery)
Travel Distance: 1.4 Km or 0.9 Miles
Author: Linda
Moreland Ave NE

1) Moreland Ave NE

Moreland Ave NE, Vortex Bar & Grill

2) Moreland Ave NE, Vortex Bar & Grill

Moreland Ave NE

3) Moreland Ave NE

Euclid Ave NE

7) Euclid Ave NE

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