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Fishmonger inks deal for a second location in the Pratt Pullman District
Fresh off the success of their Poncey-Highland fish market/restaurant Fishmonger, Skip Engelbrecht and Nhan Le announce plans for a second location, this one in the Pratt Pullman District. Slated to open in October, the new Fishmonger will feature a large patio and a full bar.
Best of Atlanta 2021: Do
Our 2021 Best of Atlanta picks for things to do—here's where you can rock climb, get your nails done, ride a bike, see a movie, and more.
Pratt-Pullman Yard emerges as a full-fledged arts district
When husband-and-wife duo Adam Rosenfelt and Maureen Meulen purchased the 27-acre Kirkwood parcel of land now known as the Pratt Pullman District in 2017, their plan was to turn it into a creative cultural destination, separating it from other mixed-use developments anchored by large retail or restaurant tenants. A trio of initiatives launching in 2022 will continue to make that vision a reality.
The Abby Singer brings Minnesota favorites to Pullman Yard
The restaurant, new to Pratt-Pullman Yard, serves what co-owner Mike Horn describes as “Midwestern comfort food,” including Juicy Lucy-style burgers and fried cheese curds.
Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is now open at Pullman Yard. Here’s what to know before you go.
Part museum, part immersive 360-degree digital spectacle, and part hands-on activity, the show takes guests on a journey through the Dutch post-impressionist artist's life. Here's what you need to know when visiting Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience in Atlanta.
Pratt-Pullman Yard, one of Atlanta’s largest and most historic sites, now belongs to Hollywood
Located between two MARTA stations, Pratt-Pullman Yard includes 11 buildings, totaling 153,000 square feet, and is flanked by a small forest, stream, and grassy field. Plenty of big-thinking developers have craved turning it into an adaptive reuse success story, including one nonprofit that envisioned soccer fields and urban farms. It's also been used in movie and television productions including Baby Driver and the Fast and the Furious and Hunger Games series. But its potential has never been tapped.