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Marrakesh Is Certified Open at Ponce City Market

Look for lunch fare with North African and Middle Eastern influences.

Marrakesh Mediterranean Market is open for business inside Ponce City Market's Central Food Hall. The stall made its debut on Monday, and it's serving daily lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Marrakesh announced the news on Facebook.

Mondays are the worst, but lucky for you Marrakesh is open! Brighten your day with delicious Mediterranean food. Lunch is served from 11 am - 2 pm.

Posted by Marrakesh Mediterranean Market on Monday, February 22, 2016

Marrakesh comes from Udi Hershkovitz (Fuego Mundo) and Dikla Birnbaum (Pita Grille). The market serves seasoned meat kebabs and housemade hummus, in addition to tahini, a variety of spices, cheeses, and pita breads made daily. Hershkovitz previously told Atlanta Magazine the recipes come from Birnbaum, whose family hails from Morocco.

"The food is based on family recipes handed down for generations from North Africa and the Middle East," Hershkovitz said last fall. The Marrakesh team is following the philosophy "of fresh and locally sourced ingredients throughout."

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