Snackboxe Bistro, 6035 Peachtree Road, Doraville. "I look forward to watching this restaurant’s menu grow, though I think I’ll always be having a plate of nam khao. " -- Wyatt Williams
Photo: HANDOUT/Wyatt Williams
Photo: HANDOUT/Wyatt Williams

Food hall coming to The Battery to include spots for ramen, Lao cuisine and more

The Battery is slated to get a new roster of food options this summer.

Ph’east food hall will welcome second locations of several popular metro Atlanta eateries offering food from Japan, Korea, China and the Pacific Islands. Confirmed tenants include Snackboxe Bistro, Poke Burri and Lifting Noodles ramen, Eater Atlanta reports.

Snackboxe Bistro, which opened in Doraville in early 2018, hopes to open by September, owner Thip Athakhanh told Eater.

Poke Burri and Lifting Noodles both have locations in the Global Grub Collective in East Atlanta Village. Kung Fu Tea, which has several metro Atlanta locations including stores in Doraville, Kennesaw and Duluth, will also open in Ph’east. Seven Chan and Ken Yu, the owners of Poke Burri and Lifting Noodles also plan to open a Poke Burri location in the Coda at Tech Square development this year.

Also coming to Ph’east is a bar called Taps at Ph’east from the team behind Truck and Tap, which has locations in Woodstock, Alpharetta and Duluth. 

Part of the PREP commercial kitchen facility, Ph’east will be located next to Wahlburgers on Legends Place and across from Aloft Hotel, Silverspot Cinema and Savi Provisions, all under construction. The 5,000 square-foot food hall will feature indoor and outdoor seating for up to 200 people, as well as to-go counters and catering options.

Other anticipated openings at The Battery include BURN by Rocky Patel, slated to open later this month and Lush Nail Bar.


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Read the 2018 AJC Fall Dining Guide: Dining on Buford Highway 

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