Inman Park has been around since 1880 and it was the first suburb with a streetcar shuttling commuters to downtown. It has been restored and renewed for decades but definitely what is known for it is because of its charming Victorian's homes and the beauty of the gardens. If you walk down Sinclair Avenue and Elizabeth Street, you will get a feel for what this neighborhood is about.
Due to its proximity to the BeltLine, Inman Park has become famous for its diverse food scene that attracts more and more visitors. There are restaurants for every taste. If you want to find a variety of options, head over to Krog Street Market where you will find a dozen food stalls like Middle Eastern delight Yalla, known for its healthy dishes. If you walk a few blocks over to Inman Quarter, you can find options like bar food at Hampton and Hudson or a french cafe at Bread and Butterfly.
For drinks, you can go to Victory Sandwich bar and try the signature Jack n' Coke slushy, a can of beer. But if you want to find more variety, definitely head over to the Victorian mansion, a gastropub that serves about a dozen beers on tap. Still not satisfied? Watchman's Seafood & Spirits offer great drinks, as well as $1 oysters from Tuesday through Friday from 5 pm to 7 pm. Don't miss these happy hour deals! And last, Ticonderoga Club with a great atmosphere. Try the signature “Ticonderoga Cup” with rum, cognac, sherry, pineapple, lemon, and mint.
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