Ponce City Market is located in an iconic and fully renovated Sears, Roebuck & Company building along the Atlanta BeltLine in Downtown Atlanta. Â Ponce City Market was developed by the same developers as the famed Chelsea Market in New York City, and featuresÂ restaurants, bars, shopping, and a rooftop entertainment complex.
The market’s Central Food Hall is a culinary destination featuring artisan chefs and restaurants offering both local and international cuisine. Â Drink and dining options include 18.21 Bitters (Prohibition-inspired shop offering premium bittersÂ & craft cocktail mixers), Bellina (Italian market), Biltong Bar (natural beef jerky, hand-held savory pies, South African wines and craft cocktails, cheese and charcuterie, and naturally cured, air-dried biltong), Botiwalla (Indian street food), Brezza Cucina (Italian and New American), City Winery, Collier Candy Company, Dancing Goats Coffee Bar, El Super Pan (Latin-inspired sandwiches, baked goods, and hot plates by day with Latin-inspired small plates at night), Farm to Ladle (European cafÃ©), H&F Burger (by James Beard Award winning chef Linton Hopkins), Honeysuckle Gelato, Hop’s Chicken (also from James Beard Award winning chef Linton Hopkins), Jia (Szechuan-inspired restaurant from Dahe Yang and chef Jiguo Jiang of Tasty China and Peter Chengâ€™s Tasty China 2), King of Pops Bar & Good Grub, Lucky Lotus (juice bar), Marrakesh (Mediterranean kitchen), Minero (casual Mexican concept by James Beard Award winning Chef Sean Brock), Nine Mile Station (beer garden located on the roof of Ponce City Market), Saint Germain (artisan breads and pastries), Simply Seoul Kitchen (artisanal kimchee and Korean steamed buns), Spiller Park Coffee, The Mercury (cocktails), The Tap on Ponce (draft beer, wine, and growlers), Ton Ton (ramen, yakitori, and sushi), and W. H. Stiles Fish Camp (by James Beard Award winning chef Anne Quatrano).
Ponce City Market also includes over 40 shops with products ranging from clothing and jewelry, to housewares, paper goods, dog treats, cosmetics, sporting goods, books, and more.
Directly adjacent to the market is the Atlanta Beltline, offering pedestrians and cyclists a unique trail around the city. Â Seasonally on Tuesdays from 4-8pm, the Ponce City Farmers Market offers local food sold directly by the people who make or grow it. Â The farmers market is also unique in that it is the only farmers market in Georgia primarily attended by pedestrians and cyclists.
The Roof at Ponce City Market is just a freight elevator ride away, and features panoramic views, an 18 hole mini golf course, boardwalk games, fun food, a beer garden, craft cocktails, and more. Â The Midway features boardwalk games like derby race, basketball, skee ball, ring toss, and high striker. Â Other attractions include a 3 story slide featuring great views of the city, and Heege Tower – a two person seater where you hoist yourself up and let your seat fall as the ride slowly spins above the rooftop park. Â Rooftop open 7 days a week, 21 and over after 5pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30308