Virginia-Highland, founded as a streetcar suburb nearly a century ago, and now incorporated as an intown 'hood is where residents can walk to restaurants, boutiques, bars, grocery stores, and even a neighborhood movie theater. There are few places in Virginia-Highland you can't reach by way of a pleasant stroll along tree-shaded sidewalks or a quick bike ride. The Highland Tap, a subterranean restaurant billing itself as Virginia-Highland's oldest steakhouse, serves one of Atlanta's best martinis. Legendary and decades-old blues club Blind Willies features live music nightly. Hike the Morningside Nature Preserve ? the 30-acre preserve is a hidden gem of hardwoods and pines, perfect for hiking and off-road cycling.