Food halls are extremely attractive to people searching for Atlanta homes for sale because they offer food, fun, and a friendly atmosphere all in one convenient place. Our agents have selected some of their favorite food halls in the area that you should definitely check out:
- Collective Food Hall at the Coda — 756 W. Peachtree St. NW #225, Atlanta, GA 30308
This small food hall is always looking to add new, exciting vendors that will keep visitors coming back over and over again. Located in the heart of Tech Square, you'll find burritos, salads, a Mediterranean grill, barbecue, and more. A special highlight is Poke Burri, where you'll find not only sushi burritos but also sushi donuts. Yes, you read that correctly!
- Chattahoochee Food Works — 1235 Chattahoochee Ave. NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
This particular food hall is famous because it was started by celebrity chef Andrew Zimmerman. It sets itself apart by focusing on first-time, up-and-coming restaurant owners in the area and features an awesome outdoor area. You can have brunch at Graffiti Breakfast, dive into some Vietnamese at Banh Mi Station, and have a drink at Dr. Scofflaw Brewing to round out your day.
- Politan Row — 1197 Peachtree St. NE Suite 150, Atlanta, GA 30309
This amazing location has redefined the general idea of a food hall by presenting itself as both swanky and upscale. Inside this amazing new development, you'll discover leather couches, velvet chairs, ambient lighting, and other unique luxuries. In addition to sights and sounds, you'll find amazing dishes that include vermicelli bowls, oxtails, and alcoholic delights.
- Marietta Square Market — 68 North Marietta Pkwy. NW, Marietta, GA 30060
As with many food halls, the Marietta Square Market has taken an old historical space and transformed it into a unique, gorgeous area for residents and visitors. Amongst the iconic railroad tracks, you'll find everything from lobster rolls at Cousin's Maine Lobster to Panko Chicken's Japanese fried chicken dishes. You'll also be able to experience live music, weekly trivia, and special events.
- Southern Feed Store — 1245 Glenwood Ave. SE, Atlanta, GA 30316
The newest addition to the food hall family in Atlanta, this area replaces the long-standing and well-known Graveyard Tavern. There are several vendors available where you'll find Brazilian street food, cheesesteaks, and a whole lot more. This food hall has quickly shaped up to be one of the city's favorite hot spots, and there are much bigger plans ahead.
- Ponce City Market — 675 Ponce De Leon Ave. NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
Located in the old Sears building, the Ponce City Market took several years to be finished - much to the chagrin of locals who couldn't wait—but it was worth it! This top tourist destination features amazing fried chicken from Hop's Chicken, delicious burgers at H&F burgers, creamy dairy sensations from Honeysuckle Gelato, and many more. If you stop in, be sure to check out Bar Vegan from the famed Atlanta restauranteur Pinky Cole.
- The Municipal Market — 209 Edgewood Ave. SE, Atlanta, GA 30303
Also known to many residents as the Sweet Auburn Curb Market, this historic food hall has been operating since 1924. The location has a little bit of everything from fresh produce and meats to seafood and specialized eateries. Local patrons are well-versed in places like Grindhouse Killer Burgers and Bell Street Burritos, but that's just the beginning. This is the perfect place for local, national, and international cuisine.
Josey Young & Brady Realty knows all of Atlanta's hot spots and best eateries. Contact us to find your new home and discover everything that this amazing city has to offer its residents.