Atlanta’s food culture is special. It has great soul-food, Korean food, and the list goes on. To add to the great local culinary scene, Ponce City Market brings the best of Atlanta all under one roof.
In 2014, Ponce City Market began opening its doors after a major renovation to the Sears, Roebuck & Company building located just outside downtown Atlanta. PCM delivers a historic exterior with modern amenities, shops, and of course great food and drink for each meal of the day.
These are just a few of the amazing spots from this #listworthy food hall. To be honest, our actual recommendation is to go and try a bunch of food. If you can’t stomach that, make sure to check at least one of these places out.
There is a story behind this burger. Its original home is Holeman & Finch Public House in Atlanta. The burgers popularity grew due to limited availability and their taste. Plus, with a visit from Anthony Bourdain, the popularity grew even more. Fast-forward to today, these burgers are still limited at Holeman & Finch Public House, but its newest location at the Ponce City Market is all about burgers. Now, these beauties are regularly available to everyone with no time limit or reservation needed.
📍675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30308 (H&F Burger)
Hop’s Chicken, by James Beard Award-winning chef Linton Hopkins, brings us gold on a plate. They prepare chicken every way. Want it on a biscuit? You got it. Want pot pie? Done. You may wait in line, but how could you not wait for this?
📍675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA, 30308 (Hop’s Chicken)
FIVE DAUGHTERS BAKERY
This Tennessee gem has crossed borders and arrived in Atlanta. If the image above doesn’t do it for you, I would check your pulse. The croissant-esque doughnut, known as the 100-Layer Doughnut™, is heaven upon the buds of your tongue. Plus with Non-GMO and organic ingredients, you can feel a little better about yourself after the third one.
📍675 Ponce De Leon Ave, Atlanta, GA 30308 (Five Daughters Bakery)
Is it really a food hall without ramen? Thankfully, Ponce City Market has a seat yourself ramen bar, owned by chef Guy Wong of #listworthy spots Miso Izakaya and Le Fat. This brothy goodness is available to patrons every day of the week for both lunch and dinner. Be sure to try the wings. If you are a heat lover, be sure to add the chili paste bomb.
📍675 Ponce De Leon Ave, Atlanta, GA 30308 (Ton Ton)
9 Mile Station
9 Mile Station is a beer garden that offers craft beers and cocktails to go along with an amazing skyline view of Atlanta. That is basically all you need to know when choosing this great spot after eating your way through the market. Plus, you might want to keep an eye out on their calendar for great rooftop events, like their Spring Fling, or the 4th of July Rooftop Backyard BBQ Luau.
📍675 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30308 (9 Mile Station)
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