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Food Watch: A Look at New Restaurants Opening in Midtown

In recent months, several announcements have surfaced about new food and beverage offerings opening or soon to open in Midtown.

Published 11/01/18

Here are some of the newest arrivals that have recently opened their doors:

Bareburger Midtown Atlanta burgers viewed from above

Bareburger │ 715 Peachtree St NE #102, Atlanta, GA 30309

Casual chic burger restaurant with an eco-friendly focus. Enjoy organic, grass-fed beef and bison burgers, plus a surprisingly wide menu of vegan and vegetarian options for both dinner and dessert.


Blue India │ 933 Peachtree St NE Ste 915, Atlanta, GA 30309

Located in the Metropolis building, Blue India brings British-inspired Indian cuisine to Midtown. Menu includes Indian classics as well as more unique dishes and cocktails. Learn more from this AJC write-up


Burgerim │ 933 Peachtree St NE #951, Atlanta, GA 30309

Shiny new international gourmet burger restaurant in the Metropolis building featuring a variety of buns, signature sauces, patties, and flavorful toppings. Midtown Alliance members get 10% off their meal. Redeem the offer in our IN*MidtownATL app.


Fish Bowl Poké and Dua Vietnamese │ 77 12th Street, Atlanta, GA 30309

Side-by-side restaurants on Crescent Avenue offering poké and pho. Here’s a brief write-up from the AJC.


Momonoki │ 95 8th St NW #100, Atlanta, GA 30309

New Japanese comfort fare restaurant with ramen, salads and small plates. Plus a café with drinks, desserts, pastries and soft serve. This Atlanta Magazine review is worth a glance. Midtown Alliance members get 10% off their purchase. Redeem the offer in our IN*MidtownATL app.


Pita Mediterranean │ 1020 Piedmont Ave NE, Suite A, Atlanta, GA 30309

Under the Azure apartment tower off Piedmont Ave. you’ll find this recently-opened eponymous pita place.


Publico Kitchen & Tap │ 1104 Crescent Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30309

Latin-Asian fusion cuisine, craft beer and cocktails. A welcoming atmosphere from the dog friendly patio to diverse interior. Midtown Alliance members get 10% off their meal. Redeem the offer in our IN*MidtownATL app.


Coming Soon

These restaurants will open in Midtown in the coming months:


Very Soon: The Halal Guys │ 95 8th St NW #200, Atlanta, GA 30309

New York City’s food-cart-turned-restaurant chain opens its second ATL location on Friday, November 16 at Modera Midtown off 8th Street, serving up gyros and rice and meat dishes. Eater Atlanta has details on the grand opening festivities.


Kinda Soon: Olive Bistro │ 1075 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309

Mediterranean hotspot that’s been a mainstay of the Atlanta dining scene for more than 20 years opens its third location late this year under the Loews Hotel fronting Juniper Street. The AJC reported on plans earlier this summer.


Next Year: City Tap Kitchen & Craft │ 848 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30308

This Philadelphia-based gastropub is bringing its tap house operation to Midtown with a focus on locally sourced ingredients and a wide selection of, of course, craft beer.


Next Year: Iselle Kitchen + Bar │ 1197 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30361

New concept that brings a West Coast twist on classic Italian cuisine will overlook the intersection of Peachtree and 14th at Colony Square in Q3 2019, featuring jazz piano and a bistro feel. Hat tip to What Now Atlanta for this write-up.


75K SF of Retail Space Delivered in Midtown in 2018 Alone

Since the start of 2018, more than 75,000 square feet of new retail space has been delivered in major development projects that have opened their doors, roughly equivalent to the total square footage of the White House plus a couple of Trader Joe’s stores. In total, Midtown boasts more than 1 million square feet of retail overall, with another 500,000 square feet of retail space currently under construction or proposed within the 1.2 square mile district.

The challenge is getting the space leased up with diversified, quality tenants at rental rates they can afford. Midtown Alliance commissioned a retail study earlier this year to assess conditions and outline strategies that can bolster the district’s retail business case. Read the recently published report on our Resource Center (20-minute read).

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