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Atlanta's largest Williams-Sonoma, opening at Ponce City Market, offers bonuses like expanded home department and access to upcoming Jonathan Waxman restaurant.
King of Pops will open a kiosk in Ponce City Market’s Central Food Hall next month—and patrons should expect a lot more than just popsicles.
Celebrity chef (and Top Chef: Masters alum) Jonathan Waxman is opening his first Atlanta restaurant in Ponce City Market’s food hall this fall. The yet-to-be-named restaurant will “boast strong Italian and New American influences,” similar to Waxman’s restaurant Barbuto in New York City and Adele's in Nashville. We spoke with Jamestown president Michael Phillips to learn more about the new restaurant and how the rest of the Ponce City Market is coming along.
The Ebony Fashion Fair, which brought couture to the black middle class for 50 years, hosts a reunion in Atlanta on August 22; store openings underway at Ponce Cit Market
He's back. Come fall, Atlantans will be able to enjoy Hector Santiago’s Latin sandwiches and more at the new Super Pan at Ponce City Market. The former Pura Vida chef confirmed that his food stall will offer an expanded version of the menu he’s been serving at pop-ups this summer. There will be Cubans and small plates, along with sides like yuca fries and plantains, and rum-based craft cocktails.
Ponce City Market’s Food Hall will be home to a Prohibition-style mocktail shop called 18.21 Bitters come August 15th. Named after the Constitutional amendments that enacted and then repealed Prohibition, 18.21 will serve made-to-order mocktails with fresh bitters, syrups, and shrubs, as well as bottled drinks to go.
In 2001 Kit Sutherland and her husband bought a condo on Glen Iris Drive, then a quiet street known for, well, not much. Today it’s at the epicenter of three projects that have permanently changed the entire city: the Atlanta BeltLine, Historic Fourth Ward Park, and Ponce City Market.
Ponce City Market’s Biltong Bar to serve savory pies, fresh-sliced jerky, and South African cocktails
Yebo and 10 Degrees South owner Justin Anthony is opening a restaurant and bar in Ponce City Market this August. Called Biltong Bar after a popular South African jerky, it will serve hand-held savory pies, South African wines and craft cocktails, cheese, and charcuterie, in addition to naturally cured and air-dried biltong.
This summer, local retailer Arshid and his wife, Sandy, will open an as-yet-unnamed denim hub at Ponce City Market. Arshid plans to offer indigo in every imaginable size, wash, and style, from the most basic ($50 Levi’s) to the most exclusive (handcrafted Japanese denim).
Meherwan Irani, founder of Chai Pani in Decatur and Asheville, is opening a food stall in Ponce City Market called Boti, the name for a marinated, grilled, and skewered chunk of meat. “With Chai Pani, we introduced Indian street food to America, but there are subcultures of it,” he explains. “At Chai Pani, it was about chaat—bright, crispy, multi-textured snacks like samosas or pakoras. Boti is about the street grill at night when the fires start blazing. It’s a style of kebab—lamb, beef, chicken, fish. It’s meat on a stick.”