Your Guide to East Atlanta Village

East Atlanta Village is a vibrant engine of creativity and hip, locally-owned businesses tucked away inside the city. If you’re looking for corporate chains and a cold, stuffy environment, you won’t find that here! What you will find? Just a close-knit, intimate community of friendly neighbors. EAV, East Atlanta Village’s lovingly shortened moniker, is made up of an eclectic mix of forward-thinking local restaurants, shops, bars, and entertainment. Whether you enjoy quiet mornings at quaint coffee shops or prefer late-night barhopping after an indie rock show, there is something for everyone to enjoy in this spirited neighborhood. Where to start first? Keep reading for the hottest East Atlanta Village restaurants, shops, and nearby things to do in the heart of EAV!

East Atlanta Village Restaurants & Bars

You’ll constantly find something brand new to you in EAV–a renaissance of colorful eateries and bars. East Atlanta Village restaurants, dive bars, cocktail lounges, and food halls are brimming with the unexpected, as East Atlanta Village is home to some of the hottest up-and-coming chefs and restauranteurs. Brand new to the scene as of 2022, Southern Feedstore is the latest food hall to crop up in the city. With a diverse mix of locally-owned stalls, Southern Feestore offers food such as Buteco coffee & cocktail bar, Woody’s cheesesteaks, Gyro Gryo gyros, and Waffle Bar chicken & waffles. Along with these tasty establishments, Southern Feedstore also hosts live, independent music from local acts. East Atlanta Village is no stranger to imbibing. It’s an excellent place to grab a creative cocktail or a locally-brewed beer. The area also has a place in history as the home of Hippin Hops, the very first African American-owned brick-and-mortar brewery in Georgia. Argosy, the famed EAV gastropub offers an expansive craft beer list alongside American favorites like double cheeseburgers and crispy fries. At the back of the house, Argosy has skeeball, shuffleboard, and the occasional live DJ for after-hours entertainment. Other popular East Atlanta Village restaurants and bars include Flatiron Bar & Restaurant, Holy Taco, 529 Bar, EAV Thai and Sushi, Trophy Room, and Banshee, all within walking distance of each other. You’ll never run out of meals to try and drinks to sample in EAV!

Things To Do in East Atlanta Village

East Atlanta Village is notorious for its music, which is second to none. If you want to be the first to discover underground, independent artists before any of your friends know their names, EAV is the place to be. Singers and songwriters of all musical genres swarm to perform in East Atlanta Village’s eclectic music scene. Grab a seat at open mic night at one of the many coffee shops, dance the night away to high-pace jams at The Basement, or catch an intimate show from your favorite band at The EARL. If daytime activities are more your style, East Atlanta Village is conveniently located on Atlanta’s Eastside Trail, connecting you to miles of walking trails, bike paths, and parks allowing you to explore Atlanta outdoors. Nearby along the trail, explore mural art at Krog Street Tunnel and shops and dining at Krog Street Market. Stay close to home at Glen Emerald Park and Brownwood Park, both tucked away quietly inside EAV. Walk the dog or run the trails, spot wild birds and animals, and take in nature away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Minutes away from East Atlanta Village is the quaint neighborhood of Grant Park, home to Zoo Atlanta, The Beacon Atlanta, and the Grant Park Farmers Market. East Atlanta Village and surrounding areas provide so much by way of activities, and growth is not slowing down. Coming soon, mixed-use property Halidom on Moreland Avenue will bring more than 21,000 sq. ft. of entertainment, restaurant, and retail space to the neighborhood.  

East Atlanta Village Shopping 

East Atlanta Village shopping is unlike anything you’ve experienced before. It’s the unexpected, the eclectic, and the bohemian all in one. Visitors from all over the city come to EAV for its weekly farmers’ market and unique boutiques that line the vibrant streets. Who doesn’t want to be surrounded by beautiful houseplants as you sip your morning java? Meet Victorian x Bellwood Cafe. This neighborhood combo pairs freshly brewed coffee with freshly potted plants, making it one of the coziest places to sip and shop at the same time. Other local EAV shops include vintage finds, jewelry, and clothing. It’s one-of-a-kind local shops like these that make EAV so special.  Just down the road, another shopping hotspot is found in Little Five Points. Filled to the brim with offbeat shops, L5P is a strip of electric boutiques selling vintage clothing, thrifty housewares, and eclectic gifts from the supernatural to the international.

New Homes in East Atlanta Village

Nestled in the center of East Atlanta Village, The Parc is a hidden gem made up of 60 charming, modern prairie-style townhomes. This unique style is a modern take on the farmhouse style with a rustic-urban aesthetic, replacing the industrial elements of traditional farmhouse design with primitive, prairie-style elements. The Parc’s community design offers three different floorplans: the Adeline, the Manchester, and the Lancaster. Each of these plans features more than 1,400 sq. ft. of livable space, 3 to 4 bedrooms, 2.5 to 3.5 bathrooms, 1 to 2 car garages, and 2 to 3 story designs with either front-entry or rear-entry garages. There are plenty of opportunities to choose the design that makes your house a home at The Parc! For outdoor lovers, EAV’s Glen Emerald Park surrounds the neighborhood, providing daily access to playgrounds, athletic fields, and a half-mile trail encircling a small, glistening lake. For such a centralized city location, this park is a magical escape where you can spot a variety of local birds and wildlife. Ready to call East Atlanta Village home? Add yourself to the Interest List at The Parc to join Atlanta’s hippest, most vibrant neighborhood!

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