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New restaurants and shops coming to Ponce City Market this summer

Gené Hunter

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(ATLANTA, Ga.) In just a few months, new changes and food options are coming to the Central Food Hall located in Ponce City Market.

The expansion features a 5,000 square-foot space, formerly occupied by the Onward Reserve. The new space is set to feature six new restaurants and retail shops as well as additional seating throughout the area.

According to a press release, the design of the additional hall will mirror the main food hall. Both spaces will have polished concrete floors, red accents and other elements that honor the historic building.

So, what’s in store for the expansion? After a full day of walking around the building, shopping and enjoying the scenery, visitors can enjoy Nani’s Rotisserie Chicken from Meherwan Irani and Vietvana Pho Noodle House. More menu items are to come from the husband-and-wife owned establishment.

Nani’s Rotisserie Chicken will serve American cuisine and all-natural rotisserie chicken rubbed with Piri Piri or Herbs de Provence spice blends from the sister company Spicewalla.

Guests will be able to enjoy familiar foods from the establishments along with a variety of side dishes.

The Vietvana Pho Noodle House, located in Avondale Estates and Midtown specializes in authentic pho with fresh ingredients, the menu also features bubble teas, egg rolls, soups and fried rice. More food options will be available on the menu in the food hall.

In addition to the restaurant spaces, JJ’s Flower Shop will be locating to a larger space inside of Ponce City Market.

The expansion will allow the floral business to carry a larger range of greenery and host floral arrangement workshops monthly.

More details on additional retail spaces and food establishments are to come, a set date has not been announced for the expansion.

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