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The Virginia Highland neighborhood, commonly referred to as Virginia Highlands is one of the nicest parts in Atlanta. Within walking distance you can find cafés, restaurants, popular bars, shops and more. Most importantly, this neighborhood in conveniently located minutes from downtown Atlanta.

Looking for a place to sit down for a beer and some good food? We recommend Fontaines for their oysters, the Highland Tap for their food, Moes & Joes for their cheap beer and relaxed atmosphere Update: Moe's now has good eats too! Try the fish tacos and Georges for a place to meet a friend.

Looking for high end new homes in the million plus range? Virginia Highlands has them.

Recommended Contractors for Remodeling and Construction Highland Design Team
Hammertime Construction
Willy Vega

Recommended Real Estate Agent
Mary Hallenberg

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