Ponce City Market is one of the hottest food halls in the country ― it’s gained national attention as a sister to New York’s famed Chelsea Market, both built by the same developer. Just like the famous New York City market, Ponce City Market features over 50 shops and restaurants, from well-known anchor stores like Sephora and West Elm to local food joints you can only find in Atlanta.Minero
Ponce City Market has tons of killer restaurant options ― so how are you going to decide where to eat on your next visit? We have the details on some of PCM’s best food spots.
Craving tacos? Minero
is your spot. Come for the chilaquiles
, known as some of the best in Atlanta, and stay for the huge outdoor patio and impressive selection of margaritas.Brezza CucinaBrezza Cucina
is a perfect date night or girls’ night gathering spot ― the restaurant is warm and spacious, with pretty lights hung up throughout (great for night-time Instagram shots)! Brezza serves up delicious pizzas and pastas during the week, with an all-you-can-eat buffet-style Sunday brunch
well worth the $24 price tag.King of Pops Bar & Good Grub
Atlanta’s King of Pops
is a favorite amongst Atlantians, known for its popsicle
carts that they roll around the city during the summer. King of Pops recently opened a permanent location at PCM, serving up pops, cocktails, and a few sandwiches and salads. Don’t skip out on a “pop-tail” ― King of Pops whips up one of its signature cocktails, and drops in a popsicle for just $2 more.Bellina Alimentari
This unique spot offers Italian cooking classes, ranging from learning to make fresh pasta to whipping up your own cheeses and sauces. Bellina Alimentari
also has a restaurant and bar; order your food and drinks in the front of the shop and take them to go, or head to the back bar for a wider selection of cocktails and wine in addition to a full food menu. The prosciutto and kale summer salad with Georgia peaches is a must-have for summer, and you can’t go wrong with any of the homemade pastas.W. H. Stiles Fish Camp
Known by the locals as “Dub’s,” W. H. Stiles Fish Camp
is owned by famed Atlanta chef Anne Quatrano (best known for the upscale restaurant Bacchanalia
on Atlanta’s Westside). W.H. Stiles features a beautiful raw bar with oysters
, clams, and crudo, as well as a mix of fun and unique fish dishes.For more Atlanta dining and travel news, click here.