About five miles east of Five Points, Kirkwood began as a pastoral, turn-of-the-century Atlanta streetcar suburb. Nowadays, Kirkwood is still a fascinating hodgepodge of grand Victorian-style homes, quaint bungalows, parks, and small businesses. Its retail district has blossomed, with most amenities now nearby, and the neighborhood has plenty of park space and bike trails. Even the active Kirkwood Neighbors' Organization website adds to the feeling of community. Friendly dive bar and one of Kirkwood's oldest locally-owned businesses, the Morris Restaurant & Lounge has been open for nearly 40 years. Centrally located at Woodbine Avenue and Wyman Street, Gilliam Park gives the Kirkwood community a chance for gardeners to help beginners start their own gardens and maintain healthy plants. It also features shaded greenspace and covered picnic tables.