Here now, a smackdown between leafy old neighborhoods that harken to yesteryear Atlanta! Inman Park is a perennially strong Curbed Cup performer, as evidenced by its 2011 championship crown and last year's runner-up finish. But the manner in which Kirkwood trounced higher-seeded Poncey-Highland in the first round could signal a hungry newcomer in this highly biased contest for Atlanta's Neighborhood of the Year. Your vote determines who advances.
As a reminder: This week we'll feature four Great Eight match-ups; the results and the full tourney bracket will be reviewed on Friday. And then this week's winners will square off for a chance to make the finals, which begin Monday. Got it? Okay, good. The fake but sacred Curbed Cup trophy is at stake. Voting for each pairing ends 24 hours after it begins. Now get your elimination on!