Little Five Points
Situated a few miles east of downtown Atlanta, at what used to be the intersections of Euclid, Moreland, McLendon, and Seminole avenues, Little Five Points is so named because, yes, it?s a smaller version of Five Points downtown. Once vying to be the Greenwich Village of Atlanta, it?s become more this city?s Haight-Ashbury. Bohemian culture and DIY capitalism are the backbone for this neighborhood that caters to everyone from urbane hipsters to bearded and dreadlocked street urchins. Most of all, this is where you'll find a couple of the city?s best record stores, a great bookstore, and boutiques filled with clothing and home accessories to take OTP with you when you?re finished slumming and head home. Navigating the area is like putting together a jigsaw puzzle, but if you see the giant skull doorway of the Vortex, hear the soccer fans cheering at the Brewhouse, or are blinded by the new marquee of the Variety Playhouse, you?ll ultimately find your way to the Euclid Avenue Yacht Club.