Paris on Ponce
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Hyper eclectic pop up shops from designers, collectors and artists. You can spend a couple of hours just checking it all out. 15 minutes walk...just past Ponce City Market
Stop off on Paris on Ponce to enjoy some antiquing. Make sure you poke your head into the Moulin Rouge Room!!!
Paris on Ponce is an upscale flea market featuring all sorts of items with specialty in vintage. Here, you will also find some relics, such as baseball cards and VHS tapes. Stop by to see their great curated collection of antiques, it's a fun place to browse through, even if you don't buy anything.
This is a pop in place to see what they have as it can range. Located in VA Highland just off of Ponce de Leon Ave it is a great pop in location. You can get there walking the Beltline. This is also an amazing event space if you need one.
Eclectic mix of 30-plus curators, collectors & designers offering mostly vintage furniture & decor.
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“Yummy Indian Street Food. Super Authentic. Best Chai in Atlanta Potatoes Masala Paneer & Chicken Tikka Wraps SRDP weird name, weird combination but soooo yummy!! ”
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“When chef Angus Brown died unexpectedly in early 2017, four months after opening 8Arm, many wondered whether his funky, rule-breaking restaurant would survive. Chef Maricela Vega’s arrival last March answered that question in triumphant fashion. Her fearless menu—13 inventive plates, most of them meatless—has sent Atlanta’s food world into a tizzy. Locals show up in droves to 8Arm’s small white-brick building, which sits in the shadow of Ponce City Market in the Poncey-Highland neighborhood”
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“The Plaza Theatre is an Atlanta landmark and the city’s longest continuously operating movie theatre.”
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“Grant Henry is many things—former seminary student, proud father, civic developer, folk artist—and all of these roles coalesce magically at his bar. The wall space is covered with iconography: some of it funny, some of it offensive, all of it compelling, like a series of car accidents you can’t turn away from. (Is that really a baby crawling up a cross under a sign that says “Ladder of Success?”) Not only has Church fueled Edgewood’s resurgence, but Lady Gaga and Ben Stiller have been known to drop by. P.S. Church Organ Karaoke on Wednesdays”
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“Great if your wanting to ride around the city , they’re right off the belt line which is connected to Krog St Market (food hall) Ponce City Market (food/shop hall) & a couple of cool place to shop and eat ”
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