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The Hall at Ashford Lane offers a bit of a different take on the food hall experience
Dunwoody’s first food hall, the Hall at Ashford Lane, opened May 31, featuring a massive bar, nine food stalls, and an option for table service. "Our mission is to create a vibrant and inclusive space where people can come together to savor exceptional food, enjoy refreshing beverages, and celebrate life's moments,” says owner Jamal Wilson, who operates a similar food hall in Orlando.
A new food hall in Dunwoody looks to reinvent the concept with full-service dining
Most of Atlanta's food halls are a collection of order-at-counter mini restaurants with central, communal seating. When it opens in the spring, the Hall at Ashford Lane will be full-service. Diners will order off a single menu featuring food and drinks from nine different restaurants and two bars, and a server will bring everything to their table.
Chattahoochee Food Works hall opens on the Westside with banh mi, sushi, waffles, pizza, and more
Many years in the making, the Chattahoochee Food Works food hall is now open. Curated by Food Network host Andrew Zimmern and Robert Montwaid, founder of the Gansevoort Market in New York City, the food hall boasts 31 vendors opening gradually throughout the coming months.
What is the future of Atlanta’s food halls?
Hit hard by the pandemic, food halls, like Ponce City Market and Krog Street Market, and their vendors are figuring out how to hang on.
Andrew Zimmern explains why his Chattahoochee Food Works delivers on the true potential of a food hall
Zimmern and Robert Montwaid’s northwest Atlanta food hall will be home to Lebanese barbecue, Mexican street food, all-day breakfast, bubble tea, and more.
Ph’east brings Snackboxe Bistro, Poke Burri, and other metro faves to the Battery
Ph'east food hall will bring several local restaurants to the Battery, including Snackboxe Bistro, Poke Burri, Lifting Noodles Ramen, and Fan T’Asia, a Cantonese stall from the team behind Bobo Garden.
Eat well—and get a feel for Atlanta’s neighborhoods—at the food halls
Food halls aren’t unique to Atlanta, but each of ours gives a solid snapshot of the neighborhood it calls home.
TV host, chef Harry Pagancoss shares details on Caravaca Market, coming soon to Midtown
Chef, television host, and author Harry Pagancoss is opening a food hall called Caravaca Market in the heart of Midtown this summer. Located at 780 Peachtree Street, the 5,000-square-foot space takes its name from the city in Spain and offers Atlantans the opportunity to “taste the world locally.”