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4 Newcomers to ATL's Dining Scene

By Kelsie Allen Barton | March 5, 2018 | Articles

1. GRANT PARK MARKET

What The second location from the Candler Park Market team that’s part sandwich shop, part grocery store

Where In the Larkin on Memorial development on Memorial Drive

Why Go What’s not to love about a one-stop shop for local produce, meats, wine and more that also has a takeout window and hot bar? Hit up the Gather counter for a healthy lunch, or swing by after work for happy hour; just don’t forget to leave without a bouquet of fresh flowers. @grantparkmarket



2. CARAVACA MARKET
What
A 6,000-square-foot gourmet food hall featuring locally sourced international flavors

Where At the corner of Fifth and Peachtree streets in Midtown

Why Go With a wine bar, beer and pizza bar, and seasonally changing Taste Bar, this hot spot from Puerto Rican chef Harry Pagancoss has something for everyone. Inspired by Spanish markets, Pagancoss created the space to be an all-day sipping and socializing destination—and the outdoor patio is a prime spot to do just that. @caravacamarket



3. ACHIE’S

What
The latest Southern-cuisine concept from James Beard Award-winning chef Hugh Acheson

Where Inside the new Omni Hotel at The Battery Atlanta
Why Go Achie’s is not only located steps away from The Battery’s top-notch shops and bars, but it also boasts views of SunTrust Park and the bustling surrounding area. Sit back; sip a craft beer; and cheer on the Bravos from a seat inside the sophisticated space. @achiesatl



4. EMERALD CITY BAGELS

What
A traveling pop-up-turned-brick-and-mortar serving New York-style bagels
Where Next to The Graveyard Tavern on Glenwood Avenue in EAV

Why Go There’s a reason the line winds out the door to get into this shop every day. Mother-daughter duo Deanna and Jackie Halcrow use traditional techniques (read: lots of handmixing and -rolling) to create their ridiculously tasty bagels, which range from classic poppyseed to just-added flavors like pretzel. @emeraldcitybagels



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