Welcome to the center of the Southern hipster universe. While Little Five Points might seem stuck in the ’90s (grunge, punks, and all), the alternative neighborhood is reliably awesome. In a city hell-bent on horrible traffic — have you driven through Atlanta? — this respite offers actually walkable destinations. A leisurely stroll will take you past entire warehouses filled with vintage clothes and costumes, and a plethora of peculiar characters, independent businesses, dive bars, and famous cafés like Aurora Coffee. Oh, and don’t forget the area’s famous centerpiece, a giant skull-shaped entrance of the 20yr-old Vortex Bar & Grill. And the fact the neighborhood has its own indie radio station and throws a famously raucous Halloween festival are simply gravy.