The taco joint will be open until 2 a.m. daily. The post [Update] Deep End To Open This Month Near Ponce City Market appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
Skate The Sky will be open seasonally November 20 - February 14 and cost you $25 for 50 mins. The post 'Skate The Sky' Rooftop Ice Rink Coming To Ponce City Market appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
ArtsATL will celebrate these four honorees on January 28, 2017, from 6 to 8 p.m. at City Winery at Ponce City Market.
The team behind the Mercury in Ponce City Market and the Pinewood in Decatur are taking over the space formerly home to East Andrews Café & Bar in the old Andrews Entertainment District, and are hoping to revitalize the area with a more sophisticated, yet casual Italian-American restaurant called Bar Americano.
RFD Social will join Skyline Park, Nine Mile Station, and Rooftop Terrace. The post Plans Filed For 'RFD Social,' Last Piece of 'The Roof' in Ponce City Market appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
The taco joint will take space previously occupied by 4th & Swift. The post Team Behind The Pinewood To Open Deep End Near Ponce City Market appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
Deep End in the Old Fourth Ward building at 621 North Avenue NE. From: https://atlanta.eater.com The team behind The Pinewood Tippling Room in Decatur and Ponce City Market’s The Mercury is taking over the former 4th & Swift space, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Show More Summary
You can now park your dog while shopping in the Beltline-adjacent mixed-use development. The post Barking Hound Village's 'Dog Valet' in Ponce City Market Now Open appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
From http://www.atlantaloop.comPonce City Market, a mixed-use project that has been a boon to the Beltline, is planning its second phase, but not everyone is happy about it. Cashelle Rose, President of the Fourth Ward Alliance, said PCM’s developer, Jamestown, is proposing three new buildings. Show More Summary
Space for an Apple store could also be in the works. The post [Rendering] Ponce City Market Planning Hotel, Office, Residential Towers appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
Atlanta doesn't have its rainbow crosswalks just yet. So to help quench your gay pride thirst, Ponce City Market has doused its tower in rainbow lights. Now that's how you say Happy Pride!
Impress out of town guests at 9 Mile Station in Ponce City Market 1.It’s on a roof – Enjoy spectacular views of the Atlanta skyline as you dine at 9 Mile station. Even if you are indoors, you can still take in the gorgeous views year round. 2. You can stay and play games at […] The post 8 reasons you’ll love brunch at 9 Mile Station appeared first on Roamilicious.
Want to eat fresh but can’t squeeze farmers market shopping in on weekends? Shop the weekly Ponce City Farmers Market Tuesday nights from 4-8 p.m. American Cut Executive Chef John Adamson will be sharing tips and recipes May 16. TheShow More Summary
The team behind Decatur’s Pinewood have recreated a swanky, mid-century steak-and-cocktail experience in Ponce City Market without resorting to winking irony.
The locally-owned dog daycare, boarding and grooming company, could open new location March 1. The post Ponce City Market To Get 'Studio' Version of Barking Hound Village appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
The cosmetics manufacturer is slated to open near Sephora, according to plans filed with City of Atlanta. The post MAC Cosmetics Planning Ponce City Market Store appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
Remember when Shaquille O'Neal and Ludacris were spotted singing Christmas carols at Ponce City Market about a month ago? Turns out it was for a TBS holiday special, SURPRISE! Instant Xmas Carol!
The clothing retailer with locations along the northeastern coast is heading south for the winter. The post South Moon Under Planning First Georgia Store For Ponce City Market appeared first on What Now Atlanta.
The trend of concentrating restaurants in places such as Krog Street Market, Ponce City Market, and Inman Quarter may be helpful in a city just beginning to embrace pedestrian arteries. But these food halls and mini-malls turn their backs to our streets, hoarding their treasures inside.
Some gifts shouldn’t wait to go under the tree. For a priceless gift they’ll treasure, seize opportunities to share time and experiences at Bellina Alimentari in Midtown’s Ponce City Market. Sure, some assembly is required in makingShow More Summary