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Glossier Atlanta pop-up

Glossier to open first permanent Atlanta store

Cult-favorite beauty retailer Glossier is returning to Ponce City Market later this summer—this time for good.
Souk Bohemian

Step into Souk Bohemian, a lush oasis of international style at Ponce City Market

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.
Buenos Dias Cafe pop-up

Pupuseria Buenos Dias Cafe pops up in Ponce City Market

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.

Big changes ahead for Pizza Jeans at Ponce City Market

Earlier this month, Chris Wilkins announced the closure of his Ponce City Market bakeshop Root Baking Co. Now, the James Beard-nominated chef is moving his sister business, Pizza Jeans, from the 2nd floor to a new home in the food hall, where Farm to Ladle currently stands. Wilkins is also bringing on two new partners to operate Pizza Jeans: restaurateur Billy Streck (Nina & Rafi, Pielands), and his childhood friend Jeremy Gatto.

A tranquil bar, Excuse My French, pops up at Citizen Supply in Ponce City Market

While founder Aaron Mattison is also the co-founder of neighboring Bar Vegan, which defines itself “bar theater,” Excuse My French aims to be the opposite concept, providing a tranquil respite with a minimalist vibe.
The Landing Lab

4 Atlanta-based retail incubators you need to visit

There’s no denying the way we shop was throttled by the pandemic. But while online sales continue to grow, we’re not ready to give up shopping in person.
Root Baking Co. closing

Root Baking Co. closes for good on Sunday April 3; here’s why

The closure of the popular Atlanta bakery is not due to lack of success in business; instead, owner Chris Wilkins says, it’s a personal choice.
Atrium Ponce City Market

Atrium transforms former Brezza Cucina space into a tropical wonderland

Ever since Jonathan Waxman’s Italian restaurant Brezza Cucina closed at Ponce City Market last year, the cold, industrial-looking space has sat vacant, like a ghost amid an otherwise vibrant food hall. Tal Baum and her Olivia Restaurant Group (Bellina Alimentari, Aziza, and Rina) are set to change that with the opening of Atrium on January 31.
Cake Culture crepe cake

Cake Culture brings 20-layer crepe cakes to Ponce City Market

Made from mille crepes in flavors like strawberry, matcha green tea, and signature classic (with almond and cherry notes), Cake Culture’s delicate pastries combine baking techniques from Japan, Singapore, and South Korea, with ingredients from around the world.
Umbrella Bar

Umbrella Bar will bring Korean street food to Ponce City Market

Set to open in mid-to-late spring, Ponce City Market’s Umbrella Bar is a Korean street food and drink concept from the cofounder of Poke Burri, Seven Chan.

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