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On the Market

By Chris Watkins | November 18, 2015 | Articles

1. Brezza Cucina
Celebrated New York chef Jonathan Waxman (Barbuto) is bringing his penchant for bold and flavorful cuisine to PCM with the opening of Brezza Cucina. The Italian concept’s crew called on chef Adam Evans (The Optimist) to inject a bit of Southern flair and local love into the menu that will lean heavily on seafood.

2. Farm to Ladle
It’s gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan eats aplenty at PCM cafe Farm to Ladle. The European-inspired farmstead leverages locally sourced meats and veggies that shine on a menu ripe with solid, healthy options of soups, salads and sandwiches for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

3. 18.21 Bitters
You deserve a better cocktail, and 18.21 Bitters is here to give it to you. The PCM outpost is stocked with enough handcrafted bitters, shrubs and syrups to turn your at-home drinking activities into a full-fledged speakeasy. Guidance is also provided in monthly classes and events designed to train your palate and take your cocktails to the next level.

4. Minero
James Beard Award-winning chef Sean Brock expands on his Charleston acclaim with the opening of South Carolina concept Minero. The Mexican street food eatery highlights Brock’s sought-after tacos wrapped in housemade tortillas with a steady supply of margaritas to wash everything down.

5. Hop’s Chicken
A Ponce City Market exclusive, Hop’s Chicken puts the gourmet spin on the classic cluck shack. Another taste sensation from chef Linton Hopkins, buckets of fried-to-order Springer Mountain Farms chicken, made-from-scratch biscuits and homemade hot sauce are just what the doctor ordered. And don’t let long lines intimidate you. This clucker is well worth the wait.


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