The neighborhoods of Westside, Bolton, and Riverside are steeped in Atlanta’s industrial and railroad history. Small enclaves of charming bungalows dating as far back as 1910 are scattered throughout the city’s northwest corridor.
Flanked by Collier Road to the north, Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard to the south, Northside Drive to the east, and I-285 to the west, Westside and Riverside have become popular (and affordable) places to live for families, young professionals, college students, and creatives. Those buying homes now have the last portion of the Atlanta BeltLine to look forward to in their future. Anchored by Bellwood Quarry Park just west of Marietta Boulevard, the northwest section will snake through quiet, tree-lined neighborhoods and past destinations such as Star Provisions, TopGolf, and Monday Night Brewing.
While most associate dining and drinking here with the trendy Westside Provisions District, residents in this part of town are likely to be found dining as regulars elsewhere around the neighborhood. Here, now, are restaurants, bars, breweries, and coffee shops that make the west side of Atlanta worth a visit.Read More