The funky seat of Atlanta counterculture for many years, the Little Five Points district
forms the northeastern boundary of the historic (and similarly gay-popular) Inman Park neighborhood
. You'll find a number of inviting cafes, restaurants, galleries, and shops in Inman Park and adjoining Little Five Points, including Charis Books, Junkman's Daughter, Babette's Cafe, and Savage Pizza. You'll find most of these spots near the five-way intersection of Euclid, McLendon, and Moreland avenues
, hence the nickname Little Five Point.