Downtown loft district, Castleberry Hill's, No Mas Cantina, restaurant, bar and retail store.
Castleberry Hill is a neighborhood in central Atlanta, Georgia located adjacent to and southwest of the Central Business District. It is a federally recognized historic district since 1985 and became a City of Atlanta Landmark District in 2006. A designated 'landmark' district' helps preserve the neighborhood from overzealous developers.
It also contains the Castleberry Hill Art District. In recent years, the area has experienced an influx of residents and new businesses. The area near the intersection of Peters Street and Walker Street is home to a growing number of small art galleries, restaurants, and loft residences. The area also offers pristine local shopping, including a high-end streetwear boutique called Urban Fusion. Other notable area eateries include Slice, a popular local pizza parlor; Wasabi, a recently-opened sushi bar; and No Mas Cantina, a spacious Mexican-themed restaurant, bar and fine home furnishings. Castleberry Hill residents gather at local watering hole Elliott Street to enjoy surprisingly good sandwiches and adult beverages. The crowd is normally a mix of residents, downtown workers, and attendees of downtown events (Philips Arena and the Georgia Dome are located nearby.)