Reynoldstown is a historic Eastside neighborhood located two miles from Downtown. One of the first African American neighborhoods to develop in Atlanta, it is a friendly, walkable, and artsy area. Reynoldstown is home to over 1,500 households and is one of the most diverse areas inside the perimeter.

Key Features

Cute and Convenient: Housing in Reynoldstown ranges from early 1900s shotgun houses and bungalows to ultramodern architectural homes as well as lofts, condos, and apartments. More recently, Reynoldstown has been focused on transit-oriented development initiatives.

Community is Key: Located on the BeltLine, Reynoldstown is a walkable neighborhood with nearby urban amenities and bohemian hotspots. This neighborhood celebrates its history and seeks to empower residents through artistic expressions with its annual Wheelbarrow Festival in the fall.

Nest Picks

Golden Eagle & Muchacho

Golden Eagle Diner's Club and Muchacho are located in a former train depot on the BeltLine in Reynoldstown. The restaurant has a clubby, retro atmosphere, serves continental classics, and dishes out new-wave California cuisine during the daytime.

Home grown GA

With an eclectic menu featuring everything from fried green tomatoes to po' boys to plate-sized pancakes, Home grown has become a favorite neighborhood hangout spot for residents and visitors. They also have a small thrift store in the back of the restaurant, local art for sale on the walls, and some of the friendliest waitstaff you'll ever meet.


This local spot features specialty coffee drinks, light bites, beer, and breakfast all day. The best part? The backyard is a dog park! Bring your own pup or visit with others as you sip your favorite beverage.

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