Sunday, March 13, 2011

Little Five Points

Little Five Points
Little Five Points is a district of Atlanta, Georgia, United States, 2 miles east of downtown. It was established in the early 1900s as the commercial district for the adjacent Inman Park and Candler Park neighborhoods to the west and east. It is home to many of the city’s older retail stores, restaurants, bars, theater companies, and music venues.
Well Site Seeing
little Five Points in Atlanta is a densely packed smorgasbord of pop culture. Dabble in henna tattoos, enter a giant skull through its mouth at The Vortex to sample one of the best burgers Atlanta has to offer, or just sashay down the sidewalk, stopping to stare into the windows at trendy clothes and blown glass baubles. The "City in the Forest" has a city of its own here, proudly boasting expensive shops, handmade silver jewelry, and consignment store clothing. Walk under a UFO into Junkman’s Daughter or follow the scent of incense into Crystal Blue. Buy your best girl a handmade silver trinket or a hand-carved wooden set of hair sticks in one of the more exotic stores. Ladies, you can tempt yourselves to purchase Seven Jeans for a fraction of a new pair’s cost and try on go-go boots covered in fur. When you’re exhausted from shopping, select one of fifty types of beer to cool off at the Brewhouse, and enjoy it with some fish and chips, or camp out at a table under the stars at Savage Pizza for an everything-on-it pie. El Mir offers a massive burrito or its famous pepper-lover’s nachos, or you could try Zesto’s for a cheeseburger and an ice cream cone — the ultimate summertime meal. After that, slip into Starbucks and order a latte to sip while you discuss anything from Isaac Asimov to a local magazine’s new articles with your friends or a stranger. People are always willing to talk — it’s the South. A very fun place to be with friends or family during the summer there are endless activities to do when the sun is out or if it’s raining hit a theater and watch a play .

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