The Top Dishes to Try at Ponce City Market

Best bets on what to eat at the Old Fourth Ward food hall inside the former Sears, Roebuck and Co. building


Ponce City Market dominates the landscape along this portion of the Eastside Beltline trail between Ponce De Leon and North avenues in the Old Fourth Ward. The historic factory and warehouse was once home to Sears, Roebuck and Co., and later the headquarters for City Hall East. In 2011, Jamestown Properties purchased the 2.1 million-square-foot building for a cool $27 million in order to transform it into the largest adaptive-reuse complex in the Southeast. Over a decade later, Ponce City Market now includes pricy apartments, creative and tech studios, and a number of retail shops surrounding a large central food hall offering restaurants and stalls from some of Atlanta’s most well-known chefs. It’s also one of the most popular food-driven tourist attractions in the city.

Note: Midtown Temporarily Closed for Renovations