Accessible · University · Shopping · Foodie-friendly
Whether you’re a savvy shopper or restaurant hopper, Home Park Atlanta has a little something for everyone and is known for its proximity to many popular attractions. Some of these include local universities, popular shopping destination Atlantic Station, and Westside Provisions District, a mixed-use retail and dining hub.
Atlantans from across the city flock to popular bars and restaurants in the Home Park neighborhood, with various price points and settings to choose from. Home Park has great views of Midtown and Downtown, so you’ll find plenty of rooftop bars and trendy hangout spots.
Whether you’re in the mood for authentic multicultural cuisine or elegant fine dining— many new restaurants are popping up, and hungry diners take advantage.
Vibrant but relaxed. All walks of life reside in this part of town, so there’s definitely a communal feel. Don’t be surprised if you run into someone you know while out and about! You’ll certainly see a mix of brand-new shops and restaurants that are trendier and more expensive, balanced with Atlanta staples with a casual, accessible feel. While there’s not a ton of green space outside Georgia Tech, you’re a stone’s throw from Piedmont Park. With easy access to Midtown, Downtown, and Buckhead, this neighborhood has it all.
Home Park is home to some excellent eats— from quaint bakeries and hole-in-the-wall coffee shops to one of the most expensive steaks in Atlanta (find it at Marcel, an opulent French-inspired steakhouse). Westside Provisions District is a must-visit for both shopping and dining— JCT Kitchen and Taqueria del Sol are favorites for a casual meal here.
Check out newly-opened sister restaurants Falafel Nation and Aziza for Mediterranean, or Forza Storico for Italian. Grab a pick-me-up at Brash, a coffee shop built out of repurposed shipping containers. Head to Ormsby’s for games and brews, or Little Trouble for futuristic cocktails and small bites in a bar that was inspired by the film Blade Runner!
Rooftop patios at O-Ku and Six Feet Under provide striking panoramic skyline views that everyone should experience at least once. We think you catch our drift— you’ll find no shortage of amazing dining and drinking options in Home Park!
Since you’re slightly removed from the center of Midtown but still in a highly desirable area, rent prices in Home Park range from pretty average to a tad above average compared to the rest of Atlanta. While Home Park isn’t as walkable as Midtown, expect just a 5-10 minute drive to Piedmont Park. Be sure to take advantage of specials at bars and restaurants around Georgia Tech— you’ll often find great deals on local comfort food!