YES, there’s still more from Ponce City Market’s Central Food Hall. It’s going to be nearly impossible to decide what to eat there
You know how much I love RAMEN from recipes like THIS Southern Style Ramen with Bacon, Pickled Eggs and Collard Greens! I’m really excited to try TonTon this new ramen/yakitori/sushi restaurant by Le Fat Chef Guy Wong. There will also be cocktails (YAY!) and Japanese beer. I’m guessing but it looks like it’s going in here
Visit Ponce City Market every other Thursday for PONCE CITY NIGHTS free concerts in the courtyard or Central Food Hall
Farm to Ladle is already open and serving breakfast, lunch and dinner it’s a “A European café and farmstand selling locally sourced raw vegetables, herbs, spices, soups, salads, and sandwiches” . Looks like they already have quite a few fans
We’ll also see JIA, a Szechuan restaurant from the creators of Tasty China
Here’s their courtyard space. The carved wood is STUNNING!
Georgia Organics was in the building that day sharing information on local farmers and farmers markets. There was even a farmer with some AMAZING chicken of the woods mushrooms. Ponce City Market’s PARTY AT PONCE will benefit Georgia Organics as well as the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and MODA via Jamestown Charitable Foundation. Visit PartyatPonce.net for details
I regret not stopping into Simply Seoul Kitchen while I was there. They serve steamed buns (mmmm, I need to make a special trip back for those but in the meantime I’ll make my own from THIS recipe for Homemade BBQ Steamed Buns), kimchee and more. The picture I took of their storefront didn’t turn out well so I apologize for that.
This isn’t even the full rundown of restaurants and shops at Ponce City Market. Expect some delicious cold and creamy treats from Honeysuckle Gelato, lots and LOTS of COFFEE from Hugh Acheson’ Spiller Park Coffee and from Dancing Goats Coffee Bar as well. Indian street food restaurant Boti from the founders of Chai Pani.
So many more restaurants are coming, visit the website poncecitymarket.com for more info
Did you miss part 1 of my Ponce City Market tour. Go back and check it out