Nicci's Guidebook

Nicci

Nicci's Guidebook

Neighborhoods
O4W IS ALSO HOME TO SOME OF ATLANTA'S MOST IMPORTANT HISTORY. Located just east of downtown Atlanta, Old Fourth Ward is a dichotomy of trendy developments and, as the site of Martin Luther King Jr.’s childhood home, meaningful history. Creative energy reverberates through the neighborhood as you stroll down the BeltLine’s Eastside Trail, the artery that stretches from Piedmont Park to Reynoldstown. It’s not unusual to see a muralist at work and, if you look carefully, you might spot a Tiny Door. The creativity spills over into the neighborhood’s restaurants, many considered the hottest in Atlanta, with sleek design and innovative menus. There are also hidden green spaces to explore and hip boutiques. Come hungry and wear comfortable shoes, as the neighborhood is best explored on foot. This is our guide to the city's Old Fourth Ward. What to do in Old Fourth Ward Atlanta is notorious for tearing down historic buildings, so it was exciting when Jamestown (the former owners of Chelsea Market) purchased the former Sears, Roebuck and Co. warehouse, built in the 1920s, and converted it to a mixed-use property that now is the popular Ponce City Market. There’s a food hall, rooftop amusement park, shops, apartments, and BeltLine access. Visiting the 2.1 million-square-foot property can be overwhelming, so it's best to go with a plan: feast on Indian street food at Botiwalla, scope out the crystals at Modern Mystic, and try a show-stopping cocktail at the forthcoming Bar Vegan (another concept by Pinky Cole). If you want to learn more about the area, Atlanta History Tour's founder, Akila McConnell, knows how to make history fun and approachable, while still honoring the weight it carries. This is especially true of her King Historic District Tour. It covers about 1.5 miles of an area that played a huge role in the Civil Rights Movement; stops include Ebenezer Baptist Church and the King Center.
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Old Fourth Ward
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O4W IS ALSO HOME TO SOME OF ATLANTA'S MOST IMPORTANT HISTORY. Located just east of downtown Atlanta, Old Fourth Ward is a dichotomy of trendy developments and, as the site of Martin Luther King Jr.’s childhood home, meaningful history. Creative energy reverberates through the neighborhood as you stroll down the BeltLine’s Eastside Trail, the artery that stretches from Piedmont Park to Reynoldstown. It’s not unusual to see a muralist at work and, if you look carefully, you might spot a Tiny Door. The creativity spills over into the neighborhood’s restaurants, many considered the hottest in Atlanta, with sleek design and innovative menus. There are also hidden green spaces to explore and hip boutiques. Come hungry and wear comfortable shoes, as the neighborhood is best explored on foot. This is our guide to the city's Old Fourth Ward. What to do in Old Fourth Ward Atlanta is notorious for tearing down historic buildings, so it was exciting when Jamestown (the former owners of Chelsea Market) purchased the former Sears, Roebuck and Co. warehouse, built in the 1920s, and converted it to a mixed-use property that now is the popular Ponce City Market. There’s a food hall, rooftop amusement park, shops, apartments, and BeltLine access. Visiting the 2.1 million-square-foot property can be overwhelming, so it's best to go with a plan: feast on Indian street food at Botiwalla, scope out the crystals at Modern Mystic, and try a show-stopping cocktail at the forthcoming Bar Vegan (another concept by Pinky Cole). If you want to learn more about the area, Atlanta History Tour's founder, Akila McConnell, knows how to make history fun and approachable, while still honoring the weight it carries. This is especially true of her King Historic District Tour. It covers about 1.5 miles of an area that played a huge role in the Civil Rights Movement; stops include Ebenezer Baptist Church and the King Center.
Breakfast (casual)
The owner is one of our best friends. Stacie puts LOVE into everything that comes out of the kitchen! Gotta try the Peanut Butter French Toast!!
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Highland Bakery
655 Highland Avenue Northeast
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The owner is one of our best friends. Stacie puts LOVE into everything that comes out of the kitchen! Gotta try the Peanut Butter French Toast!!
Krog Street Market, nestled in the heart of Inman Park, is a food hall housed in a restored factory. Krog Street Market is home to market stalls featuring prepared foods, produce and gourmet treats. Atlantans love Krog Street Market for shopping, visiting and dining.
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Krog Street Market
99 Krog Street Northeast
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Krog Street Market, nestled in the heart of Inman Park, is a food hall housed in a restored factory. Krog Street Market is home to market stalls featuring prepared foods, produce and gourmet treats. Atlantans love Krog Street Market for shopping, visiting and dining.
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Home grown GA Restaurant
968 Memorial Drive Southeast
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Revolution Doughnuts & Coffee
745 Edgewood Ave NE
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Dinner (casual)
Nina & Rafi makes sure that customers feel like regulars and regulars feel like family. No matter who you are or where you come from, Nina & Rafi’s will make you feel at home. Their Old Fashion Pizza has a square, delicious thin crust, and uses made-in-house mozzarella only. Discover true love with the Detroit Red Top pie, or stick to what you know with the Tony Pepperoni or Super Margherita. Whatever you choose, one thing is for sure: Nina & Rafi is the place to be for a relaxing and delicious Italian meal.
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Nina & Rafi
661 Auburn Ave NE
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Nina & Rafi makes sure that customers feel like regulars and regulars feel like family. No matter who you are or where you come from, Nina & Rafi’s will make you feel at home. Their Old Fashion Pizza has a square, delicious thin crust, and uses made-in-house mozzarella only. Discover true love with the Detroit Red Top pie, or stick to what you know with the Tony Pepperoni or Super Margherita. Whatever you choose, one thing is for sure: Nina & Rafi is the place to be for a relaxing and delicious Italian meal.
Highland Bistro
701-5 Highland Avenue Northeast
Field Day
668 Highland Avenue Northeast
Glide Pizza
660 Irwin Street Northeast
Food scene
Superica is a Tex-Mex inspired restaurant with a casual and lively atmosphere influenced by Ford Fry’s Texan roots.
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Superica
99 Krog Street Northeast
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Superica is a Tex-Mex inspired restaurant with a casual and lively atmosphere influenced by Ford Fry’s Texan roots.
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Krog Street Market
99 Krog Street Northeast
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Barcelona Wine Bar
240 North Highland Ave NE
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bartaco
299 North Highland Avenue Northeast
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Kevin Rathbun Steak
154 Krog Street Northeast
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Delbar Middle Eastern
870 Inman Village Parkway Northeast
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Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall
684 John Wesley Dobbs Avenue Northeast
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Ponce City Market
675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE
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