Residents of our Peachtree in Midtown apartments will never be short on options when it comes to shopping, dining, and entertainment – that’s because the Ponce City Market is located just off the Eastside Trail.
Situated across from Historic Fourth Ward Park, the Ponce City Market opened in 2014 in the fully-renovated, massive Sears, Roebuck & Company building in Old Fourth Ward. In its opening year, Travel + Leisure ranked Ponce City Market as one of only 25 in its list of “The World’s Coolest New Tourist Attractions” – and for good reason. In the heart of the sprawling building is a giant marketplace where residents of our Inman Park apartments can eat, shop, and hang out. Let’s take a closer look at why the National Trust for Historic Preservation recognizes Ponce City Market as “history in the making”.
Satisfy your every craving
With over three dozen cafes, eateries, restaurants, and bars, visitors of Ponce City Market could spend weeks exploring every cuisine imaginable. From coffee and sweet treats to pizza and Middle Eastern fare, you’re sure to find something for even the pickiest of eaters at this spectacular establishment. Here’s the rundown on just a few of the places housed in Ponce City Market that will make every foodie drool.
9 Mile Station – Located on the roof of Ponce City Market with sprawling views of Atlanta’s skyline is 9 Mile Station. 9 Mile Station is an elevated beer garden offering an extensive collection of craft beers, and is also well-known for their insanely delicious brunch. While you’re sipping on mimosas, be sure to try one of their famous Big Ol’ Sticky Buns or go savory with the Popcorn Shrimp & Grits.
Botiwalla – As stated on their website, Botiwalla is an homage to the chef’s love of kebabs and Irani cafes. Known for its “Indian street food,” Botiwalla is serving up lamb burgers, Chicken Tikka rolls, spare ribs, and more. Wash it all down with a delicious and refreshing mango lassi or a boozy slushy.
H&F Burger – Got a hankering for cheeseburgers and beer? Make H&F Burger your destination when you visit Ponce City Market. Their “burger is a direct descendant of the original that debuted at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair,” and it’s been winning awards ever since. Stick with The Original or try their Burger of the Month then finish the meal with a cold beer or milkshake.
Hop’s Chicken – You can’t live in the South without access to fried chicken nearby – that’s where Hop’s Chicken comes into play. Order chicken by the piece or try the Original Chicken Sandwich. Their biscuits are so good you can even order some biscuit mix to make them at home. Hop’s also serves beer and wine to wash down those delicious biscuits.
Minero – Everyone wants tacos every now and again. Whether that’s twice a week or twice a year, Minero is whipping up traditional tacos as well as some tacos with a southern twist. Try a taste of both with an order of Tacos al Pastor for a classic flavor and a Fried Catfish Taco for Mexican-meets-comfort-food. Be sure to take a peek at Minero’s impressive mezcal, tequila, and hand-crafted cocktail menus to find the perfect drink to pair with your tacos.
Ton Ton – Nothing is better than a hot bowl of ramen noodles on a chilly evening and Ton Ton is doing ramen right. Located in the Central Food Hall, Ton Ton’s menu may not be large with only a few appetizers and ramen dishes, but what it lacks in options it more than makes up for with flavor. Start with some gyoza or edamame then warm up with a Tonkotsu or Shoyo bowl of ramen.
Brezza Cucina – Pasta, pizza, and happy hour. What more could you really ask for? You can find all three of these wonderful things at Brezza Cucina. Cooking Italian food at its finest, their menu has options such as baked burrata, short rib pizza, tagliatelle with beef cheek, and veal chop over polenta. Be sure to check out their daily happy hour for $1 oysters.
Relax with some retail therapy at the shops of Ponce City Market
Need to find decor for your new apartment at 1660 Peachtree? How about a new outfit for that party next weekend? Or maybe some new makeup or jewelry? Ponce City Market has over 50 shops for the residents of our Peachtree in Midtown apartments to peruse. You can find a full list of them here, but here are some more details about a few of the most popular shops and boutiques.
Anthropologie – Women’s clothing and home decor store with a bohemian vibe at Anthropologie. They’re known for their cruelty-free products and practices.
Candlefish – Learn the art of candlemaking at Candlefish. Not only do they offer gorgeously-scented candles and gifts, but you can also take classes on how to make candles yourself.
Posman Books – Posman Books is the perfect place to “lose yourself” for a moment or two. The store boasts unique and hard-to-find books, unique and clever cards, and gifts for even the hardest-to-shop-for.
Rye 51 – Men’s apparel, footwear, and accessories are sold at Rye 51 – a purveyor for the modern gentleman. All of their products are produced and sold in small batches – focusing on quality over quantity.
West Elm – Furnish and decorate your home at our Peachtree apartments at the well-known and elegant West Elm. From sofas and bed frames to bedding, decor, and kitchen needs – West Elm will make your apartment look magazine-worthy.
Get out and make memories
Ponce City Market always has something going on, so you’ll want to check the event calendar for up-and-coming happenings. Visitors can find yoga studios, spas, indoor cycling, and even a carnival-style arcade. There’s never a dull moment at Ponce City Market. Keep an eye out for their seasonal mega-events, such as Skate the Sky, where you can ice skate on the rooftop and then relax and take in the breathtaking views from your own private igloo.
Explore the famous Ponce City Market not far from our 1660 Peachtree apartments
No matter if you’re looking for something to do after work, on the weekend, or to entertain guests, Ponce City Market has you covered – and is near our Peachtree in Midtown. Schedule a tour of our 1660 Peachtree apartments today.