- Five Points was a major stop for touring jazz musicians like Charlie Parker, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington. The area was also known as the Harlem of the west in the 1900s.
- Jeremy J. Is an IGNORANT person and I hope he gets stuck up in five points.
- I despise the word "ghetto" especially being used in a predominately Black neighborhood that is going thru gentrification.
- Check out Coffee at The Point!
- This area is so different from even a year ago. Its hard to explain what changed, but at least during the day it seems like a nice safe area.
- Historic neighborhood known for it's live jazz and amazing soul food.
- Five Points was known as the "Harlem of the West". Some of the greatest Jazz came out of this neighborhood.
- Great atmosphere; friendly staff; tasty GF red pepper and portobello mushroom sandwich! Also, they serve wine and craft beer.
- San Rafael is my jam
- Very nice neighborhood, just run down.
- Free shot of whiskey with every check in
- Beware of the tt-brothel. They charge Way too much!
710 E 26th Ave (Welton St & 27th St)
2637 Welton Street (at 27th st)
757 E 20th Ave (btw Washington St. & Clarkson St.)