Food stalls open at Pratt Pullman District and more dining news from the week

Supremo Taco, Filipino pop-up Kamayan ATL and Three Heart Coffee have been locked in as vendors at Kirkwood mixed-use development Pratt-Pullman District for the duration of the Van Gogh Experience, Eater Atlanta reports. The outdoor food park will continue to add vendors and pop-ups to its lineup. The Van Gogh Experience is expected to run through at least the end of the year. Supremo Taco and Three Hearts Coffee come from Skip Englebrecht and Nhan Le, who also owns several other Atlanta concepts including popular Poncey-Highland restaurant 8Arm, as well as a Supremo Taco in Reynoldstown and Three Heart Roastery off the Eastside Beltline.

Also at Pratt-Pullman District, the Abby Singer opened its doors this week for Midwestern specialties including a Juicy Lucy burger. Owner Mike Horn will also operate a mobile alcohol park at Pratt-Pullman.

Woody’s Cheesesteaks and a new concept called the Waffle Bar will join the roster at the forthcoming Southern Feedstore food hall in the former Graveyard Tavern space on Glenwood Avenue in East Atlanta, Atlanta Business Chronicle reports. The development from Pellerin Real Estate has already announced that Buteco Coffee & Bar will open a second location inside the hall. Woody’s has existing locations in Midtown and Buckhead.

Knuckies Hoagies will open locations later this year in Marietta and at 6135 Roswell Road in Sandy Springs, What Now Atlanta reports. Knuckies currently has locations in Midtown, Sugar Hill, Athens and Duluth.

Cocktail bar and restaurant DrawBar opened this week as part of the Bellyard hotel in West Midtown development the Interlock. Executive chef Christina Wai will serve “inventive spins on traditional Southern dishes,” according to a press release, including tomato and ricotta johnny cakes and Coca-Cola short ribs toast. Drawbar is open for breakfast at 6:30 a.m. on weekdays and 7 a.m. on weekends, with dinner and full access to the bar and lounge started at 4 p.m. daily. An outpost of Saint Germain French Bakery is set to open in the hotel later this month.

The West Nest concession stand, located on the 300 level of Mercedes-Benz Stadium, has expanded with a second location on the 100 level at section 115. The stand, run by local nonprofit Westside Works, which creates employment and job training for residents of Atlanta’s Westside community, will open May 29 under the leadership of new culinary instructor and program operating manager Latisha Rodgers.

Food truck Love at First Bite, which regularly pops up at food truck park Triton Yards, is set to open a brick-and-mortar location this summer at 1800 Jonesboro Road SE in Atlanta, What Now Atlanta reports.

The Element Midtown Atlanta hotel, set to open this August at 640 Peachtree St. NE, will feature the Ponce Room Bar & Kitchen as its in-house restaurant.

The Savannah Food & Wine Festival, set to run from Nov. 8-14, has been canceled for 2021. According to festival organizers, “The City of Savannah’s policy on not issuing special event permits for gatherings over 100 people makes it impossible to move forward with festival planning and ticket sales. Full ticket refunds are being issued for all 2020 ticket purchasers.


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