Cabbagetown is one of the funkiest, most eclectic neighborhoods in Atlanta…and possibly in the world. Here you’ll find artists, lawyers, farmers, musicians and local politicians living together in harmony in this little pocket of hip. You have the Stacks which is the old cotton mill turned immense loft building with major character; Carroll Street is home to most of the restaurants like Agave, Carroll Street Cafe and bars like Milltown Arms. 97 Estoria is the hipster haunt with great pub fare and a smoky scene for all kinds of locals. Most homes are sporting some kind of Yart and you’ll see characters of all shapes and sizes wandering the streets, giving Cabbagetown the unique vibe that no other neighborhood I know of has. It is just next door to Reynoldstown and the Krog tunnel leads you north to Inman Park and the old 4th Ward and all the wonderful restaurants and bars that are cropping up along the Atlanta Beltline area. You’ll find a lot of the shotgun style homes here…some old and in need of some love…some renovated to the nines with all kinds of funky bells and whistles. Chomp & Stomp is the chilli bluegrass festival thatso many look forward to eeach year with a 5k in the morning and chili tents and localvendors set up along the streets throughout the entire neighborhood for a day of, well…whatever happens happens.