Inman Park is on the east side of the city and was the city's first planned community.
Inman Park contains Atlanta's best collection of residential architecture from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Styles include Queen Anne, a high-style Italianate and Romanesque mansion as well as smaller bungalows, shotguns, and foursquares.
Much restoration and new development has made this neighborhood highly desirable. Krog Street Market opened in 2014, providing this area with a variety of dining options as well as access to the beltline. Since then, the Inman Quarter section has exploded with restaurants, and newcomers including Bread & Butterfly, Beetlecat, and MF Sushi now join more established spots Sotto Sotto, Fritti, and Wisteria.
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