Check out the menu for Atrium, opening next week at Ponce City Market

The bar in the parlor of Atrium at Ponce City Market.

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The bar in the parlor of Atrium at Ponce City Market.

Atrium, the newest eatery from Oliva Restaurant Group, is set to open Jan. 31 in Ponce City Market.

Located on the first floor of the mixed-use development’s Central Food Hall in the former Brezza Cucina space, Atrium will offer an “American menu with European influence,” developed by Oliva executive culinary director Brandon Hughes, culinary director Todd Immel and executive chef Cole Pate, according to a press release. Josh Riddle serves as Oliva’s director of operations.

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Octopus from the menu of Atrium.

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Octopus from the menu of Atrium.

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Octopus from the menu of Atrium.

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Offerings include vegetable-focused appetizers, crudo, pastas and larger entrees. Look for dishes like agnolotti with duck and celery root filling, smoked celery root and percorno; fluke with grapefruit, horseradish, créme fraîche and chive; steak with roasted sunchokes, king oyster mushroom, coffee and pickled red onion; and chocolate torte with shortbread, coffee mousse, caramel gelée, cocoa nib utile and strawberries.

On the beverage side, beverage director Demario Wallace offers a selection of cocktails, wine, beer, cider and zero-proof cocktails in the restaurant’s Bistro area and a more extensive beverage menu in the 1,200-square-foot Parlor cocktail lounge.

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Polibbean Punch from the menu of Atrium at Ponce City Market.

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Polibbean Punch from the menu of Atrium at Ponce City Market.

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Polibbean Punch from the menu of Atrium at Ponce City Market.

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Designed by Smith Hanes Studio, Atrium will be “eclectic and bright, with thoughtful design elements like bold florals, expansive tropical leaves and focal walls in a palette featuring pinks, greens and golds,” according to the press release. Many of the restaurant’s design elements come from local artists including hand-painted tile by local artisan Charlotte Smith, a mural by Savannah-based artist Kipper Millsap and floral installations from Atlanta floral artist Pinker Times.

The 4,000-square-foot Bistro dining room features an “airy, serene wonderland with large factory windows and large pink banquettes.”

In addition to Atrium, Oliva Restaurant Group founder Tal Baum is also behind Ponce City Market restaurant Bellina Alimentari, as well as Aziza and Falafel Nation in West Midtown, Rina on the Eastside Beltline and the forthcoming Carmel at Buckhead Village.

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The Bistro dining area at Atrium in Ponce City Market.

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The Bistro dining area at Atrium in Ponce City Market.

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The Bistro dining area at Atrium in Ponce City Market.

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Credit: Angie Webb

“All of our restaurants at Oliva represent chapters of my life and the various places in which I’ve lived,” Baum said in a prepared statement. “...Atrium is a manifestation of a current chapter experiencing the evolution of dining in America. We aim for the space to capture a great sense of community while serving as a reprieve for our guests.”

Atrium’s hours will be 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays, 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays and 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sundays.

Central Food Hall is in the middle of a major expansion, with the recent opening of Nani’s Piri Piri ChickenVietvana Noodle House and several other concepts set to open in the coming months including Spicewalla and Umbrella Bar.

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The Atrium Burger from the menu of Atrium at Ponce City Market.

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The Atrium Burger from the menu of Atrium at Ponce City Market.

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The Atrium Burger from the menu of Atrium at Ponce City Market.

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Credit: Angie Webb

The expansion was announced in late 2020, with plans to add a four-story office building, additional shopping and dining space surrounding an outdoor courtyard and 400 units of what developer Jamestown described as “hospitality living.”

The existing development includes offices — more than 5,200 people work at Ponce City Market — and residential units in addition to dining and shopping.

Existing Ponce City Market food and beverage concepts include SweetgreenBar Vegan and Eleven TLC as well as longer-term tenants like H&F Burger, Farm to Ladle, Marrakesh and Ton Ton.

675 Ponce de Leon Ave. NE, Atlanta. 404-600-3939, atriumatl.com/

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Atrium drink menu:

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Atrium drink list

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