Ponce City Market plans expansion to main dining hall

New merchants expected to join Ponce City Market food hall offerings

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Ponce City Market's food hall is already home to a myriad of dining options ⁠— from fried chicken to ramen, tacos and breakfast grub served all day.

Shortly after opening, the food hall even got a nod from Vogue magazine as one of the best in the country.

Now, the giant mixed-use development is planning to make room for additional restaurant space, the Atlanta Business Chronicle reports.

The plan is to convert current offices into space for a new eatery and kiosk, according to the outlet.

However, it’s currently unclear what is expected to fill the space.

There is also a vacant space on the market’s second floor, which housed the bar and restaurant Mercury, before it closed earlier this year.

The main food hall is Ponce City Markets biggest draw for locals and tourists alike.

According to What Now Atlanta, a permit was filed with the city for $200,000 of renovation work to the food hall.

Here’s a look at some of the more than 20 chef-led eateries currently open at Ponce City Market:

9 Mile Station: A beer garden located on Ponce's roof
Batter Cookie Dough Counter: Edible cookie dough, anyone?
Bellina Alimentari: A gourmet Italian market
Botiwalla: Indian street food
Brezza Cucina: Italian and American offerings
Dancing Goats Coffee Bar: the coffee shop was one of the market's first tenants
El Super Pan: Latin-inspired food
H&F Burger and Hop's Chicken: From James Beard Award winner Linton Hopkins
Misk Ko: Guy Wong's sushi bar