A guide to Atlanta’s bustling food hall scene
Variety, affordability, immediacy, informality and community are just a few of the reasons that diners flock to food halls these days.
Food halls are the 21st century iteration of past years’ bustling markets, cafeterias and mall food courts with the ubiquitous Sbarro and Panda Express counters. The halls capitalize on the fast-casual dining trend of higher quality food, combined with quick service, by assembling an array of eateries under one roof. Featuring a wide variety of offerings, food halls are lively, come-one, come-all gathering places.>> READ MORE
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Explore metro Atlanta's food halls
Ph’East at The Battery Atlanta
Ph’East, a part of the dining lineup at The Battery Atlanta since 2020, combines six affordable Asian food and drink spots under...
925 Battery Ave. SE, Atlanta
Chattahoochee Food Works at The Works
Chattahoochee Food Works was designed and curated by celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern and partner Robert Montwaid, who created New...
1235 Chattahoochee Ave. NW, Atlanta
Market Hall at Halcyon
Market Hall is one of the attractions that make Halcyon, the 135-acre mixed-use development in Forsyth County, an eating...
6365 Halcyon Way, Alpharetta
Krog Street Market
Housed in a 1920s factory warehouse, Krog Street Market’s dominant theme is food. Open since 2014, the market is home to more...
99 Krog St., Atlanta
Marietta Square Market
It isn’t Grand Central Station, but Marietta’s busy, train station-themed food hall sees plenty of traffic. Open since early...
68 N. Marietta Parkway, Marietta
Politan Row at Colony Square
Nestled in the center of Midtown’s Colony Square, Politan Row offers a soulful restaurant lineup with a stylish, modern...
1197 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta
Ponce City Market
Once a Sears warehouse, and later City Hall East, Ponce City Market blossomed a decade ago into a mixed-use development with...
675 Ponce de Leon Ave. NE, Atlanta
Quynh “Q” Trinh, the owner of Qommunity, refers to her narrow building in the heart of East Atlanta Village as a “food...
477 Flat Shoals Ave. SE, Atlanta
Micro food hall Southern Feedstore, open since the beginning of the year, seeks to fill culinary gaps in East Atlanta, with its...
1245 Glenwood Ave. SE, Atlanta
Municipal Market, also known as the Sweet Auburn curb market, is Atlanta’s original food hall. Founded as an open-air market in...
209 Edgewood Ave. SE, Atlanta
The Collective Food Hall at Coda
The Collective Food Hall has been feeding students, office workers and area residents since it opened in 2020 on the ground floor...
756 W. Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta
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Map: Where to find metro Atlanta food halls