Cabbagetown is a fun, artsy neighborhood on the eastside of Atlanta. Originally built as a mill town, it is now listed on the US National Register of Historic Places and boasts the nation’s largest residential loft community. Known for its murals and street art, Cabbagetown is home to the famous Krog Street Tunnel, which connects to Inman Park and is a constantly evolving canvas for local artists. The neighborhood abuts the historic Oakland Cemetery, the final resting place of Margaret Mitchell, Maynard Jackson, and Bobby Jones. Cabbagetown Park is also a popular greenspace that hosts the annual Bluegrass and chili festival, Chomp and Stomp. While in Cabbagetown, foodies will love to visit Carroll Street Cafe and The Cabbage Pie. And don’t miss the Milltown Arms Tavern and 97 Estoria for its fun vibes and delicious spirits.