One-time mill hosts a variety of dark, kitschy events, from heavy-metal concerts to weekly goth and retro nights.
Atlanta's premier art museum features paintings by artists that range from Claude Monet to Howard Finster. The Richard Meier-designed museum recently was expanded with a stunning addition by another famous architect, Renzo Piano. Upcoming exhibitions include Salvador Dali's later works, European design since 1985, and a Henri Cartier-Bresson retrospective.
Nooks and crannies filled with used books, comics, CDs and videos.
Granddaddy of intown’s high-end vintage clothing shops. Great for formal wear.
One-of-a-kind, locally designed clothing inspired by vintage styles.
May 2013 update: Temporarily closed due to fire. Check Corner Tavern website for updates.
The Five Spot is a unique Southern-style restaurant in the heart of Little Five Points, offering a combination of sandwiches, salads, fine desserts and coffee. A full gallery of art and sculpture features local artists and the sounds of Atlanta's up-and-coming jazz, blues, reggae and down-tempo musicians.
Comic books, underground magazines, and acres of new and used CDs and vinyl. Its in-store concerts are legendary.
A hipster apparel paradise for T-shirt aficionados craving retro designs.
Yeah, it's a chain -- but a really cool chain. Famous for treating employees well and edgy-to-raunchy marketing, but mainly for fashionable, reasonably priced informal threads made entirely in the good ol' U.S. of A.
Serves breakfast, lunch and pastries. Also offers catering.
Club underneath the Dark Horse Tavern features aspiring rock artists, but its live-band "Metalsome Monday" karaoke is the big draw.
Concert venue seats up to 1,100. Mainly features national acts of the indie-rock persuasion.