Atlanta Travel Guide

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Ponce City Market

  • 675 Ponce de Leon Ave. Map It
  • Old Fourth Ward
  • Building/Architectural Site
  • Fodor's Choice

Published 11/08/2017

Fodor's Review

The old Sears, Roebuck & Co. building built in 1925 has transformed into Atlanta's hippest place to live, work, shop, and play, especially with the addition of a mini-amusement park on the roof. The historic property is adjacent to the Beltline, with easy access to several neighborhoods. The 2-million-square-foot-development—led by the same group who brought NYC’s Chelsea Market to life— is LEED Gold–certified. Eco-friendliness aside, the real draw is the food hall. Walk through the crowds and among industrial-style spiral staircases and original concrete columns to devour coveted burgers from Holeman & Finch; Southern-style fried chicken at Hop's; raw oysters from W.H. Stiles Fish Camp; Korean specialties from Simply Seoul Kitchen; and out-of-this-world cocktails from the Mercury. The Dancing Goats Coffee Bar stays busy, especially when City Winery, a music venue and restaurant in its own right, is hosting events.

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675 Ponce de Leon Ave., Atlanta, Georgia, 30308, USA

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Published 11/08/2017


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