You'll forgive us if we highlight this particular reader's pick. To some, East Atlanta village may be yesterday's news, its gentrified sheen having been overtaken by projects in places like Decatur or Cabbagetown. But to our readers, anyway, East Atlanta is still the brightest star in the city's revitalization firmament. As Little Five Points commercializes, East Atlanta still brims with soul, from the ratty couches in the Gravity Pub basement to the boiled peanuts at the Earl. If your bohemian guests are looking for a place to spend the day while you're at work hugging trees, drop 'em off here. In just an hour of walking around, they're bound to meet not only a good share of urban pioneers, but also a few longtime residents who think "gentrification is another word for "compost.