Hip, historic, and inviting, with lots of local Atlanta charm.
Street Art · Walkable · Bohemian · Artistic · Dog-friendly
Reynoldstown has become one of Atlanta’s most popular neighborhoods due to excellent walkability, a prolific street art scene, and close proximity to the BeltLine and food hall Krog Street Market.
Reynoldstown has a residential feel while still being at the heart of Intown Atlanta. The area is hip and happening, with tons of restaurants, local shops, and green space at your fingertips. You’ll primarily find adorable bungalows and loft buildings packed with historic charm (the neighborhood was established in 1909!)
Known for artistic expression and creativity, a jaunt around the neighborhood will reveal an abundance of ever-changing street art. We recommend passing through Krog Street Tunnel and exploring Wylie Street, one of Atlanta’s best places to spot local art (you might even stumble upon a work in progress!)
Since one of the newer sections of Atlanta’s BeltLine walking path recently popped up in Reynoldstown, expect to see joggers and bikers out in full force. This quaint neighborhood has become extra popular for Atlantans looking to get outside and enjoy a carefree stroll.
There’s no shortage of charm in Reynoldstown. Packed with tree-lined streets and historic homes, locals and tourists flock to this neighborhood. Easily hop on the BeltLine, walk to foodie hubs Krog Street Market or Ponce City Market, or grab a ride at the Inman Park MARTA station to explore another part of the city.
Dog lovers will rejoice in this pet-friendly paradise. Local coffee shop ParkGrounds even features a dog park as part of their outdoor patio space!
While mainly populated by single-family homes, brand-new residential buildings are being built to fill renters' demand. Renters love the cozy community feel without the commitment of buying.
Home Grown is a beloved breakfast joint— their Comfy Chicken Biscuit has even been touted as one of Atlanta's best brunch dishes! Ultra-popular Muchacho serves up coffee, breakfast tacos, and avocado toast with a 70s flair while boasting a darling outdoor patio. Make sure to check out Atlanta Dairies, a mixed-use “gathering spot” repurposed from a former dairy facility. This space hosts new establishments like Cold Brew Bar, a chic coffee shop, and Wonderkid, a diner-style restaurant with amazing desserts— that are definitely worth a visit.
South of Inman Park and Little Five Points, Reynoldstown isn’t the most car-friendly part of town (parking can be super tricky with limited space and street parking only.) Plan to ditch your vehicle, and instead walk or rent a bike to get around. With quick access to the BeltLine and public transit, you can explore the city with ease!