About Inman Park
Inman Park is a great place to call home, conveniently situated just east of Old Fourth Ward, West of Candler Park and South of Poncey-Highland. Considered one of the nation’s first “Garden Suburbs”, a great importance was placed on the layout of streets, parks, and public spaces during its development.
This foresight in the planning process has become one of Inman Park’s primary features. The residents here have unrivaled access to pedestrian friendly attractions from restaurants and cafes to shopping and the Atlanta Beltline. Inman Park’s active neighborhood association has worked hard to preserve its history and character while also guiding it into the next generation.
The numerous re-purposing projects in the area are great examples of how the community is literally building their future around its past. Krog Street Market is an old 1920’s warehouse that has been turned into an awesome west coast style market featuring several food stalls, southern-grown restaurants and retailers. Its award-winning school system is a huge draw for families as well.
Inman Park’s rich history is directly reflected in the architecture. Experience a walk back in time with its beautifully restored Victorian, Colonial Revival, and craftsman bungalows. If you venture off the winding residential streets and head more towards the commercial district you will find high-end townhomes, condos and apartments. Crepe Myrtles line the streets and flower gardens fill the yards of this highly coveted intown neighborhood.
Restaurants & Bars
Boccalupo – Low-key, intimate dining room serving up home-style Italian cooking and creative cocktails. Come for the food, stay for the patio. The Black Spaghetti and 20-Yolk Tagliatelle are popular choices.
One Eared Stag – An American eatery with a quirky décor. Serving house cured meats and pickled vegetables. The dinner menu has some unique fare if you are a bit on the adventurous side. The brunch menu is more mainstream.
Parish – Converted from an old pipe factory, this unique space is both a restaurant upstairs and a coffee bar and food market downstairs. The restaurant serves Southern faire with a twist and downstairs you can get pastries, sandwiches and of course coffee.
Wisteria – A local favorite, Wisteria makes you feel right at home. Serving traditionally Southern eats with a changing menu to suit the season’s harvest from the local farmers. Also has an extensive craft beer selection and very knowledgeable staff.
Pure Taqueria – A local chain (5 locations) offering authentic Mexican street food in a fun, open environment with a patio. Voted city’s best margarita by InSite Magazine.
Folk Art – Created by the same folks from Wisteria, this is a “feel good” breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch eatery. Serving diner-style favorites like chicken-and-waffles and biscuits and gravy. A full bar complete with specialty cocktails.
Barcelona Wine Bar – Great spot for drinks and a bite to eat. Serves Spanish style tapas (small and large plates) and has an extensive wine list and full bar. On the weekends, this bar gets hopping!
The Albert – A neighborhood watering hole, this pub is a great spot to watch the big game and put back a couple pints. The brick décor, and friendly service give this quality bar a bit of a “dive bar” feel without the grunge.
Krog Bar – Created by local legend, Kevin Rathbun, this is his take on a cozy, intimate wine bar, with a small menu of Spanish-style tapas. A knowledgeable staff will happily guide your wine selections if you need any help.
Hop City Bar – Craft beer lovers unite. Located in the Krog Street Market, Hop City offers an eclectic and impressive collection of craft beers, fine wines and their famous growlers. The bar, attached to the store, has a MASSIVE selection of drafts that are constantly in rotation.
North Highland Pub – A casual neighborhood pub with nightly drink specials, burgers, tacos and other casual bar food. Whatever the day/occasion, North Highland Pub has a drink for you.
Parks & Recreation
Freedom Park – A 200 acre park on the northern side of Inman Park. Walking paths traverse the park bringing people together. The vast open spaces lend themselves to Frisbee games and sunbathers. Home to public art exhibits and a weekly farmers market.
Atlanta Beltline – A 22-mile multiuse trail that connects a network of neighborhoods and parks encircling the center of the city. Converted from an old railway corridor, it offers pedestrians a truly unique way to get around town. It is among the largest, most wide-ranging urban redevelopment programs underway in the US!
Piedmont Park – Hop on the beltline for a quick trip to Atlanta’s version of Central Park, a 200 acre greenspace located smack dab in the heart of the city. Home to the Botanical Gardens, Summer Festivals, Intermural Sports, Dog Park and every kind of recreation you want to do!
Springvale Park – Located in the heart of Inman Park, this community greenspace is for all the neighbors to enjoy. Features a new two story playground and several walking trails. There is a pond on the northern end of the park where you can ducks and geese!
Health & Fitness
Yoga Samadhi – A quiet second floor studio located just of Edgewood Ave. right next to BocaLuppo (read post-class cocktails). Offering classes for all levels and all schedules. A large space that looks out over the treetops. Frist class is free!
Exhale: Barre – Yoga – Spa – Offering a one-stop-shop for all your wellness needs. Barre, cardio, yoga, full spa services, teacher training and nutrition!
X3 Sports – Not your typical gym. X3 Sports is a training center that offers martial arts and sports training for fitness, athletic performance and competition. Although they have cardio and weight equipment, it is primarily a class-based facility.
Triumph Training – A gym that brings a more personal, tailored approach to your pursuit of wellness. Offers holistic lifestyle coaching to get your body and mind in-tune with your goals. Corrective exercise to fix ailments caused by exercise or lifestyle. And also sport-specific strength and conditioning.
Nandina Home and Design – High end home store with unique furniture, art, accessories and gifts. Nandina is and interior design firm offering residential and commercial services. They also have full service custom work room which handles drapery, upholstery and bedding.
Criminal Records – A relaxed, new and used music shop, including hard-to-find recordings, plus comic books, music magazines and much more. This spot was created by music fans, for music fans, allowing you to keep your vinyl and cd collections alive!
Inman Park Pet Works – specialty treats, toys, collars, beds and unique gifts for the four and two legged kind. Conveniently located inside the Krog Street Market.
Wish – A trendy retailer stocking urban, men’s & women’s fashions with a large selection of hats, hoodies, and t-shirts. Attention all sneaker-heads: Check out the serious collection of kicks downstairs in the library.
- Elementary – Mary Lin Elementary School
- Middle – Inman Park Middle School
- High – Grady High School
- Private Schools
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Inman Park Festival – An annual spring festival held the last weekend in April every year. Considered one of Atlanta’s most spirited and eclectic neighborhood festivals, experience a huge arts and crafts market, live music, and the annual Tour of Homes. Get out and meet the neighbors!
Little Five Points – A very small commercial district between Inman Park and Candler Park, “L5P” is a melting pot of sub cultures and the Bohemian center of the city. Home to independent coffee shops, café’s, record stores, pubs, and public art.
Variety Playhouse – A very cool music venue located in Little Five Points and an Atlanta staple. A place to see up and coming local acts as well as national headliners. It is a smaller venue with a lot of character that provides for an inmate music experience.