Castle­berry Hill

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South­west of Down­town At­lanta, Castle­berry Hill is a small-yet-mighty haven for artists and de­sign­ers. Listed on the Na­tional Regis­ter of His­toric Places, the area is the most com­plete sur­viv­ing ware­house dis­trict in At­lanta. Many of those his­toric build­ings have since been con­verted to lofts, art gal­leries and bou­tique shops. The neigh­bor­hood is also an ideal film­ing lo­ca­tion, and can be seen as a back­drop in “The Walk­ing Dead,”“Driv­ing Miss Daisy,”“Vampire Di­aries,” and “Ride Along,” among many oth­ers. Di­verse, lo­cal restau­rants—like Paschal’s Restau­rant, No Mas! Cantina and Bot­tle Rocket— flour­ish in the brick-and-mor­tar neigh­bor­hood. The monthly art stroll (p. 9) is Castle­berry Hill’s sig­na­ture event, and touted by many as the city’s best.

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