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Inspired by the popularity of the dishes at Delbar, Bibi will serve an abbreviated menu of kabob platters, rice bowls, salads, and sandwiches. Draft cocktails will be available, too.
The Victorian Atlanta opened its Ponce City Market plant shop in 2017. On December 31, it will shut its doors for the last time with plans to reopen in New City Properties’ nearby Fourth Ward mixed-use development. Targeting a spring launch, the brighter, bigger Victorian will feature a cocktail bar focused on plant-driven drinks.
The vibrant boutique features the Atlanta-based brand’s signature handcrafted leather goods and a vintage photo booth
You might have noticed that, suddenly, more and more stores you’re used to seeing online have locations in metro Atlanta: Lunya, Rothy’s, Allbirds, Peloton, Lovesac, Framebridge. Ironically, traditionally digital-only brands are discovering the advantages of brick-and-mortar.
Cult-favorite beauty retailer Glossier returns to Ponce City Market—this time for good. The new shop opened August 11 in Atlanta with favorite products like Cloud Paint blush, Brow Boy pomade, and Milk Jelly cleanser, as well as exclusive local merchandise like a Mini Beauty Bag.
To cross the threshold of Souk Bohemian, Ponce City Market’s newest boutique, is to be transported half a world away. The whitewashed walls and low-slung tables evoke the arid climates of the Maghreb, while Moroccan singers lilt in French through subtly concealed speakers. The store’s palette is an elegantly muted range of earth tones, but the goods for sale burst with textile diversity, from slide-on mules made of goat hair to rounded incense holders carved from soapstone.
Starting June 1, visitors to Ponce City Market can dine on pupusas—corn tortillas stuffed with savory meat, cheese, and vegetable fillings. The Salvadoran staple will be available in the Central Food Hall for at least six months, as Buenos Dias Café pops up in the former King of Pops space.