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East Atlanta Village

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October 21, 2020
go here and get lost in the hipster beer crawl and good places to eat
October 21, 2020
East Atlanta village is a very walkable area filled with bars and restaurants in a unique and corky neighborhood conveniently located right off Interstate 20
July 9, 2020
Diverse, walkable area of town with unique, edgy character. Low key restaurants, bars and coffee shops. "Boasting distinctly urban offerings, from hipster-filled tattoo parlors and late-night bars to flower shops," Atlanta Magazine Check out: Joe’s East Atlanta Coffee Shop, The Earl, Argosy, Gaja…
June 16, 2020
Just a few blocks east of the Bungalow, you’ll find the eclectic little neighborhood of EAV. Lots of fun restaurants and bars here to explore as well as locally owned shops including a book store and pet shop.
March 7, 2020
Many of the best still affordable restaurants, bars and music venues in Atlanta are crammed into a few square blocks. If you’re into music, check out The Earl and 529.

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“Art scene! Find almost any and everything vintage in this neighborhood. Some of the best food too”
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“Don’t be fooled by the length of this trail. What it lacks in distance it makes up for in elevation changes and scenic surroundings. The paved boardwalk connects two parks in Decatur -- Mason Mills Park and Medlock Park -- as it meanders through tall trees and over creeks. Future expansions may connect this PATH trail to the Emory University campus.”
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“Amazing food for dinner, great service in a large beautiful building with lots of character. Great for families. Also has gluten free and vegan options. ”
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“An awesome food collective where a variety of great pop up restaurants can be ordered from. And located in the heart of our funky little neighborhood, East Atlanta Village.”
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“One of the oldest and largest cemeteries in Atlanta, Oakland Cemetery is named for the numerous oak trees that can be found throughout the beautiful 6-acre space. Though it may seem strange, it is home to some beautiful gardens and a ton of Atlanta history. We recommend taking a stroll through and exploring at your own pace, but for those who enjoy the history and learning, stop by the visitor’s center and grab a map (or download online). They also offer guided tours and have special self-guided tours with audio that can be played through your phone at each of the stops. ”
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Atlanta, GA 30316