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It was the year of the city center. With the opening of Buckhead Atlanta, Inman Park’s Krog Street Market, and Alpharetta’s Avalon, restaurants opened in droves. Local chefs got a nod from the James Beard Foundation, a lime shortage caused momentary panic, and one popular pop-up signed on its first brick-and-mortar location. Read on as we remember when.
The team behind Rawesome Juicery in the Sweet Auburn Curb Market is opening a food hall spot called Juice Box in Ponce City Market this March. According to owner Chantel Jiroch, Juice Box will have a kombucha bar, raw food, jarred salads, green smoothies, energy shots, and a schoolhouse theme.
The latest tidbits from Atlanta's style scene, including updates on Ponce City Market, Buckhead Atlanta, Avalon, and more.
The rumors are true: Charleston-based James Beard Award-winning chef Sean Brock is opening a restaurant in Atlanta. Together with David Howard of the Neighborhood Dining Group (Chicago’s Steaks & Seafood, Husk, and McCrady’s), Brock will bring Minero Mexican restaurant to Ponce City Market in April 2015.
James Beard Award winner Linton Hopkins—the chef and founder of Restaurant Eugene, Holeman & Finch, and the Peachtree Road Farmers Market—has four new projects in the works. We spoke with Hopkins to get the breakdown.
Linton Hopkins is making some changes at Holeman & Finch, his gastropub that gained nationwide popularity for its cheeseburger. In the past, the kitchen served only twenty-four burgers and only after 10 p.m. (You could order it anytime at Sunday brunch.) Now, with H&F Burger set to open in Ponce City Market in May, Hopkins is changing the policy to include the burger on the regular Holeman & Finch dinner menu each night.
Perhaps best known for his now-defunct Latin restaurant Pura Vida, Hector Santiago is leaving his post as executive chef at Anne Quatrano’s Abattoir to work on developing his own restaurant at Ponce City Market....
James Beard Award winner Anne Quatrano will open her fifth restaurant, Dub’s Fish Shack, at Ponce City Market in the spring of 2015. Named after her great-great-great-great grandfather W.H. Stiles, Dub is a nickname...
Ever since Dahe Yang moved to Atlanta and opened Tasty China in Marietta, he's been looking for an in-town space to call his own for nine years. He crossed the perimeter three years ago with the opening of Peter Cheng’s Tasty China II in Sandy Springs. Now, he's truly ITP, and if all goes according to plan, Yang and Tasty China executive chef Jiguo Jiang will open their new restaurant, Jia, in Ponce City Market by November 15h, at the earliest.