The Chattahoochee Food Hall is a new Atlanta Food Hall that will debut in mid-April. Famed Chef, Andrew Zimmern is involved in the project as he’s had a long time interest in the food and chefs out of Atlanta.
The Works has been in the works for a while. Though it may seem to many that it popped up out of nowhere. The Westside Atlanta development is a full 80 acres. Similar to Ponce City Market and Krog Street Market, The Works and Chattahoochee Food Hall intend to combined a modern retail / dining establishment while keeping the integrity of the historic industrial buildings.
Plans for the complex in addition to the retail and dining hall include 500,000 square feet of office space, a hotel with 200 rooms and 13 acres of green space. What you can see when you visit Chattahoochee Food hall is phase one.
“The South is not longer about Fried Green Tomatoes,” is one thing he said as he discussed the new food hall and some of the many vendors who have a spot here.
Some of the restaurants you can find at the Chatthoochee Food Hall
Bahn Mi Station at Chattahoochee Food Hall
Love Vietnamese food? They’ve got you covered at Bahn Mi Station which offers traditional Vietnamese cuisine. Menu features include Vietnam’s most famous food like bánh mì, pho, and Vermicelli Noodle bowls. Instagram: @bahnmistationatl
Flying Fish at Atlanta Chattahoochee food hall
Sushi rolls packed with flavors to nigiri plates and robata grill options, there;s plenty for everyone! The menu also includes hand-crafted sushi box meals. Instagram: @flyingfishatl
Sakura Gift at Atlanta Chattahoochee food hall
Um, okay here’s where to stock up on gifts! This Japanese gift shop inside the Chattahoochee Food Hall will showcase rare Japanese whiskey, sake, and sake tasting bar along with beer and boutique wines. They will also sell sake ware, Japanese fashion, and offer monthly sake and sushi pairing events and ikebana (Japanese floral arrangement) classes. Instagram: @sakuragiftatl
Sakura Ramen Bar at Atlanta Chattahoochee food hall
Offering classic ramen flavors like Tonkotsu ramen and vegan, and broth-less ramen– all created with in-house made ingredients. The spot will also offer a monthly chef tasting menu with sake pairing, a variety of yakitori plus appetizers you would find in traditional izakaya’s such. What a find in the Chattahoochee Food Hall! Instagram: @sakuraramenbaratl
TydeTate Kitchen at Atlanta Chattahoochee food hall
Featuring chicken, sweet potato curry puffs, shrimp basil rolls and crispy kaffir lime pork, the Chattahoochee Food Works location is the business’s first in-town Atlanta location after operating as a catering business in Lawrenceville. Instagram: @tydetatekitchen
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Unbelibubble Tea House Handcrafted bubble tea and desserts
Unbelibubble Tea House inside Chattahoochee Food Hall offers close to 50 bubble tea variations. Other offerings include sweet treats like honey bread, Nutella bread. Instagram: @unbelibubbletea
Baked Kitchen South African Street Food at Atlanta Chattahoochee food hall
From The Burri Don Dawg to Sosaties to Pap, Baked Kitchen South African Street Food features South African dishes that boast boerewors (a type of sausage), lamb and apricot skewers, yellow wild rice, and countless inspired sauces. Owner, Allan Katzef, culinary arts graduate of The Art Institute of Atlanta, takes pride in sharing his home-country’s cuisine with Atlantans. Instagram: @bakedkitchen101
Baker Dude at Atlanta Chattahoochee food hall
This food hall offers an array of savory and sweet creations like the “Bou-Cake,” a beautiful, seven cupcake bouquet, Super Ah-Vocado Toast, Farmer’s Market Egg Wrap, Classic Quiches, Plum Galettes, blondies as well as vegan, gluten-free, keto, and paleo treats. Instagram: @BakerDudeCakes
Belen de la Cruz – Empanadas & Pastries at Atlanta Chattahoochee food hall
After living in several countries, Argentinean native Belen de la Cruz landed in Atlanta and opened her restaurant. Menu offerings include empanadas including beef, chicken, cheese, and veggie as well as traditional desserts. Instagram: @belendelacruz_empanadas
Graffiti Breakfast at Atlanta Chattahoochee food hall
Breakfast staples with a Southern twist. Breakfast Graffiti’s mission is to “pay it forward” using local ingredients and continued expansion for cultivating Atlanta employees and sourcing ingredients from local Atlanta urban farms. This Chattahoochee Food Works eatery will be the first location for owners and husband and wife team, Chef Marcus James Waller and Tonya Waller. Instagram: @graffitibreakfast
Hippie Hibachi at Atlanta Chattahoochee food hall
You will rethink your stance on vegan foods if you try this! Hippie Hibachi is a 100% vegan hibachi concept debuting in Atlanta’s Chattahoochee Food Works. Choose from a variety of plant-based protein options like vegan teriyaki chicken made from soy, vegan shrimp made from konjac root, Impossible, tofu to be paired with a variety of vegetables, fried rice, and Hippie Hibachi’s house made Vegan Yum Yum sauce. Instagram: @hippiehibachi
Monster Cravings at Chattahoochee Food Hall
Monster Cravings, owned and created by Veronica Dalzon, are the freshest, handcrafted cookies Atlanta has ever tasted. Flavors such as PB&J, Strawberry Shortcake, Cookies & Cream, or the vibrantly colored Bam Bam cookie, topped off with fruity cereal, are a few customer favorites. Instagram: @monstercookies_atl
Morelli’s Ice Cream at Chattahoochee Food Hall
Atlanta’s favorite ice cream parlor, Morelli’s Ice Cream, which first opened in East Atlanta in 2009 is right here at the Chattahoochee Food Hall. If you have not had the pleasure of trying them, make it a point to visit. Flavors like blueberry corncake, salted caramel, coffee doughnut, and many more that keep their fans coming back for more. Instagram: @morellisatl
Pomodoro Bella at Chattahoochee Food Hall
Get the fig pizza! In addition to pizza and pasta, marketplace items such as make-at-home meal kits that will vary weekly, house made sauces, pasta, Italian desserts, and more will be served. The Chattahoochee Food Hall pizza spot will also have an exclusive ordering window located on the expansive outdoor patio. Instagram: @pomodorobella
Taqueria La Luz at Atlanta Chattahoochee food hall
The Mexican street food concept is co-owned by twins Luis Martinez-Obregon and Lucero Martinez-Obregon, the duo behind the Midtown Atlanta icon Zocalo.