After many years of construction, the former Sears building and city hall annex reopened as a mixed-use development with lofts, offices and storefronts. The massive brick structure that dominates the neighborhood skyline also has a food hall modeled after New York City's Chelsea Market.
Here you'll find small-scale eateries from the area's best chefs like H+F Burger, an outpost featuring Holeman + Finch's secret menu burgers. There's also Minero, a Mexican concept by Sean Brock, Spiller Park, a coffee shop from Hugh Acheson, and, of course, King of Pops, among others. The market also features access to The Beltline and bike valet.
The historic Sears, Roebuck & Company building in Atlanta is now the charming Ponce City Market. The food hall has a diverse selection of local favorites. Grab coffee, lunch, or dinner and drinks. We had an early dinner of tacos and local craft beers at Minero then visited the many shops within the market. Our favorites were Archer Paper Goods, Anthropologie, Lily Rain, Goorin Bros. Hat Shop, and The Frye Company.