Atlanta hot spot Ponce City Market features a Central Food Hall with a lively mix of more than two dozen chef-driven, dine-in restaurants and market stalls with a huge range of regional fare, global cuisines and artisanal market goods, like fresh breads, dry aged meats, creamy cheeses and fragrant spices.
What makes this space more than just another food hall with amazing food is the location. The Central Food Hall is located walking distance to adjoining parks, neighborhoods and the ever-expanding Atlanta BeltLine. So, grab your goodies to go and enjoy them al fresco. Use #GeorgiaEats to share your food finds.
The newest addition to Central Food Hall, Botiwalla, has a menu themed after the savory street foods you’d find after hours in India, like grilled meats, lamb kabobs and Tikka rolls. BONUS: Huge menu of authentic Indian fare.
Puerto Rico meets Atlanta in this Latin-inspired sandwich & cocktail bar featuring small plates and a full cocktail menu. BONUS: All baked goods at El Super Pan are made in house.
The European-style café and farmstand Farm to Ladle specializes in using locally grown products to create its soups, sandwiches and fresh salads. BONUS: Gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options are available.
The 1960’s vibe and full-service bar program makes The Mercury the place to go for cocktails. They also offer full lunch and dinner service — with a 20-ounce Tomahawk pork chop that’s not to be missed. BONUS: Daily cocktail hour.
Affectionately known as “Dubs,” this casual-style fish shack features Southern seafood at its best: FRESH. Sandwich options like shrimp po-boys and lobster rolls makes H. Stiles Fish Camp the perfect grab-and-go place for lunch. BONUS: More than 20 fresh oyster options.
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