Little 5 Points:. This neighborhood caters to the alternative crowd and has become a hangout for hipsters, punks, goth high school students, and some individuals who defy description. It's also a great location for vintage-everything (clothing, record, book, etc.) shopping.
Little 5 Points Community Center WRFG Community Radio 89.3 FM Horizon Theater
Jimmy Carter Library & Museum, 441 Freedom Parkway, ☎ 404-865-7100, . M-Sa 9AM - 4:45PM, Su 12PM - 4:45PM. One of ten presidential libraries administered by the National Archives & Records Administration and the only one in the Southeast, includes photographs, historical memorabilia from his presidency, an exact replica of the Oval Office, a permanent exhibit of significant events during Carter’s life and political career and the permanent home of the former president’s Nobel Peace Price awarded in late 2002. Adults $8, Students, Military and Seniors $6. edit
Fernbank Museum of Natural History, 767 Clifton Road, N.E., ☎ +1 404 929 6300, . M-Sa 10AM - 5PM, Su 12PM - 5PM. Special features include displays of Argentinosaurus, the largest dinosaur ever unearthed, and Giganotosaurus, the largest meat-eater ever discovered, and an IMAX theater. The museum also offers Martinis & IMAX, one of Atlanta's most popular "after five" events available every Friday, January through November.Adults $15, Students and Seniors $14. edit
The Vortex, 438 Moreland Ave, +1 404-688-1828, . Founded in 1992 by three siblings, the Vortex serves some of the best burgers in a pseudo biker-bar setting where rock and alternative music blasts and patrons enter through the facade of a giant human skull. (Note: must be 21 or older to enter due to smoking laws.) ($)
Savage Pizza, 484 Moreland Ave NE, +1 404-523-0500, . Cheap pizza in a setting with wall mural art. Next to Criminal Records and Junkman's Daughter. ($)
Front Page News, 351 Moreland Ave, . Lively bar/restaurant with a large patio serving cocktails and Cajun-style fare.
Two Urban Licks, . Ultra-trendy Inman Park restaurant filled with fashionistas. Southwestern-inspired and meat-friendly American cuisine. ($$$)
Rathbun's, 112 Krog St, +1 404-524-8280, . Extremely popular restaurant tucked away in Inman Park serves contemporary continental fare. ($$$)
Zesto, 377 Moreland Ave NE, +1 404-523-1973, . Multiple locations in the city, but this location is inarguably the most popular. Diner with burgers, hot dogs, chicken, and claims to have the best ice cream in the world.