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New Italian restaurant to open in Ponce City Market, Atlanta

Sophie-Ann McCulloch

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ATLANTA, GA - This winter, Tal Baum, the owner of Ponce City Market's Italian restaurant and market, Bellina Alimentari, will launch Atrium, a new full-service restaurant on the first floor of the central food hall, in the former Brezza Cucina spot.

Atrium's menu will include vegetable and pasta meals, crudo, and a variety of sharable dishes, all of which will be overseen by Oliva Restaurant Group culinary director chef, Brandon Hughes.

The Atrium will be designed by the Atlanta-based team, Smith Hanes, with the restaurant and menu being characterized as "Modern American with a European flavor." Her Westside Provisions District restaurants, Aziza and Falafel Nation, were also designed by the group.

In 2015, Baum launched Bellina Alimentari in Ponce City Market's emerging food hall. She opened Aziza, an Israeli restaurant, and Falafel Nation, a falafel store, in the Westside Provisions District, behind Ford Fry's steakhouse Marcel, in 2019. Baum then launched Israeli-style shipudiya or skewer house, Rina, at the Ford Factory Lofts on Ponce de Leon Avenue barely two months before the pandemic outbreaks last year.

Along with Atrium, this year, six new food and retail vendors have opened in the extended area of the central food hall, including a stall from a Vietnamese restaurant, Vietvana, and a rotisserie chicken shop from Chai Pani and Botiwalla chef, Meherwan Irani, called Nani's Rotisserie Chicken.

The first level of the food hall will gain an additional 5,000 square feet as a result of the development.

Check more shops opening in Ponce City Market here.

For more updates about Atrium, you can visit their website here https://www.atriumatl.com/

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