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In­man Park was At­lanta's first planned sub­urb, which seems odd con­sid­er­ing the neigh­bor­hood's now cen­tral lo­ca­tion just a 10-minute drive from down­town. Use our guide to make the most of a fleet­ing visit to this charm­ing in­town area. On the Na­tional Reg­istry of His­toric Places, In­man Park was home to the city’s first street­car line, which ran from Edge­wood Av­enue to the Trol­ley Barn, which is still lo­cated at 963 Edge­wood Av­enue. In­man Park is char­ac­ter­ized by its curved, tree-lined streets filled with re­stored circa 1800s Vic­to­rian houses and open green spa­ces. This pic­turesque area brims with his­toric homes, new lofts and con­dos, as well as pop­u­lar restau­rants and trendy bou­tiques. The At­lanta Belt­line's East­side Trail is a ma­jor draw, as it cuts right through In­man Park, run­ning along­side some of the area's most pop­u­lar lo­cal stops. We sug­gest grab­bing a glass of wine at Barcelona, an ap­pe­tizer at Beetle­cat and some melt-in-your-mouth sashimi at MF Sushi. Cap off your visit with a cocktail from Amer. www.in­man­park.org

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