Soul food, superfoods coming to Chattahoochee Food Works

Inside Chattahoochee Food Works
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Inside Chattahoochee Food Works Courtesy of Ash Wilson

Credit: Ash Wilson

Credit: Ash Wilson

The recently-opened Chattahoochee Food Works food hall, part of the West Midtown mixed-use development the Works, has announced three new food and beverage tenants.

The new tenants include:

Selvasana, a health food-focused stall from Juan Felipe Segura offering acai bowls, smoothies, juices, sparking fruit blends and salads made primarily with ingredients native to the rainforest.

Grub Truck Stop, from Jashuan and Lauren Lowery, which will serve a rotating list of dishes including crabby fries, lobster and crab grilled cheese, shrimp baskets and funnel cake fries.

Delilah’s Everyday Soul, from Philadelphia-based restaurateur Delilah Winder and her daughter Delana, will offer soul food items including fried chicken, mac and cheese and fried green tomatoes. Winder has appeared on Food Network’s “Throwdown with Bobby Flay,” and the CBS series “Chef on a Shoestring.”

Also opening in the food hall will be Summer Breeze Flowers flower market, along with the previously-announced Belen de la Cruz, Cubanos ATL, Hippie Hibachi and Philly G Steaks.

The new tenants will include many already-operating stalls in the food hall including LoRusso’s Italian Bottega, Smoked Pearl, Flying Fish, Banh Mi Station, Sakura Ramen Bar, Monster Cravings, Pomodoro Bella, Baked Kitchen, Baker Dude, Morelli’s Ice Cream, TydeTate Kitchen, Unbelibubble Tea House, Graffiti Breakfast and Taqueria La Luz.

Presented as a “globally inspired food hall,” the 31-stall Chattahoochee Food Works opened in April is being curated by owner Robert Montwaid, creator of New York’s Gansevoort Market, and James Beard Award-winning chef and writer Andrew Zimmern, widely known as the host of “Bizarre Foods” on the Travel Channel.

Located at 1235 Chattahoochee Ave, the Works, an 80-acre, adaptive mixed-use development on Chattahoochee Avenue, will also eventually be home to a new location of Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q, Brash Kitchen and the Waffle Experience, as well as several retail concepts. Brewery Dr. Scofflaw’s is also located at the Works.

The food hall and full-service bar are now open from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sundays-Wednesdays and 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays. The exception is Graffiti Breakfast, which opens at 9 a.m. daily.

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