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Vertical aeroponic farm towers from Copiana are growing fresh produce—think rainbow chard, bok choy, basil, cucumbers, peppers, lettuce, green onions, celery, and tomatoes—that will be given to restaurants, office workers, and residents in the building.
Root beer + vanilla? Just the beginning. You can assemble an ice cream float in a hundred different ways—with an icebox full of local products. Here are a few made-in-Atlanta combos to get you started.
Fans of Sweetgreen, rejoice: the salad and grain bowl chain officially opens at Atlanta's Ponce City Market on June 8, with a soft opening on June 4-5.
When the pandemic began, Jake Rothschild was ambivalent about what might happen with the market that relies so heavily on foot traffic. But Glide Pizza opened a takeout window in July, followed by two new tenants, D.B.A Sandwich Company and Bottega Benne, and the market was rejuvenated.
Long before Covid-19 clamped down upon so many Atlantans’ livelihoods, skyrocketing housing costs and other ills of gentrification were forcing city dwellers—especially younger ones—to get creative when it came to living arrangements. That trend has only accelerated since the pandemic.
Bar Vegan takes the bold, attention-grabbing, fun-forward, and vegan facets of Cole’s original burger concept and applies them to the bar scene.
The Old Fourth Ward landmark has unveiled plans to grow by 500,000 square feet, with a new 225-foot “hospitality living” tower.
Eleven TLC will open at Ponce City Market's food hall around Thanksgiving, offering tinctures, “lattes with benefits,” effervescent teas, and vegan soft serve designed with wellness in mind.