The Central Food Hall at Ponce City Market, which comes with great anticipation at the local and national levels, is still a work in progress. Developers were hoping for launch in January of this year, but that's been delayed until at least the second half of 2015. Sean Brock's Minero, originally scheduled to open in April, is now targeting August, according to a Cragslist post, and "the majority of the Central Food Hall will open in fall 2015, rolling into 2016," PR for the market confirmed in an email Tuesday.
In other Ponce City Market news, the Chai Pani team's Indian street food concept will be called Boti, reports Atlanta Magazine, and it's currently on track to open in October. Co-owner Meherwan Irani said the restaurant will focus on "the street grill at night when the fires start blazing. It's a style of kebab — lamb, beef, chicken, fish. It's meat on a stick."
The most recent addition to Ponce City Market's culinary roster is Spiller Park Coffee, the long-rumored project from Top Chef judge and Georgia restaurateur Hugh Acheson.