"More for living than for shopping, but really good frites!"
The most interesting part of Reynolds street is in Point Breeze and is home to a small commercial district. There is a good restaurant here that serves Belgian food (frites!) called Point Brugge Café. There is also a nice coffee house and a few galleries nearby. However, while it is charming, it does not contain enough of a mix of businesses to make it possible for you to live there conveniently without a bike or a car. The street is very quiet and is lined with beautiful houses. It is also along part of the city’s bike trail system and provides a great environment where kids and adults alike can enjoy riding bikes. It is near Frick Park and the Clayton Art and Historical complex as well, offering lots of opportunities for leisure. The center has recitals and traveling art exhibitions. Reynolds is a really charming street that I like to walk along, especially in the autumn when all of its trees change colors. It strikes me as a very safe place with a good mix of young families and long-time residents.