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Stalls Serving Ramen, Bánh Mì, and Sake Are Planned For Chattahoochee Food Works

Four new restaurant stalls serving ramen, bánh mì, sushi, and sake and Japanese whiskey plan to open at the forthcoming Chattahoochee Food Works food hall in northwest Atlanta

The outside entrance to the food hall Chattahoochee Food Works with faux rusted metal entryway and “The Works” along the left side leading up a set of concrete stairs into the old warehouse building Chattahoochee Food Works
Beth McKibben is the editor and staff reporter for Eater Atlanta and has been covering food and cocktails locally and regionally for over 12 years.

Four new restaurant stalls serving ramen, bánh mì, sushi, and sake and Japanese whiskey plan to open at the forthcoming Chattahoochee Food Works food hall in northwest Atlanta, the Atlanta Business Chronicle first reported. Flying Fish, Banh Mi Station, Sakura Ramen Bar, and Sakura Sake and Gift join nine previously announced stalls at the food hall next year.

The 22,000-square-foot food hall and test kitchen in the Underwood Hills neighborhood is a collaborative effort between James Beard Award-winning chef and “Bizarre Foods” host Andrew Zimmern and Robert Montwaid, the creator of luxe food hall Gansevoort Market in New York City. Once fully occupied, Chattahoochee Food Works will feature an indoor-outdoor bar and lounge and 31 restaurant and food stalls. Stalls should begin opening this winter.

“The reason for choosing to open at Chattahoochee Food Works is because we want to be part of one of the most highly-anticipated openings in Atlanta’s Upper West Side neighborhood,” Christine Nguyen and Johnny Cho of Flying Fish and Banh Mi Station say in a prepared statement. “We know it’s going to be a smash hit due to the location and wide-open property.”

Here’s what to expect on the menu at the four new stalls planned for Chattahoochee Food Works:

Flying Fish

This stall will serve nigiri plates, sushi, and sushi rolls as well as charcoal-grilled robatayaki options on its menu. Open for lunch and dinner.

Banh Mi Station

The Vietnamese food stall will offer pho, bánh mì, vermicelli noodle bowls, and a variety of street foods on its menu. Open for lunch and dinner.

Sakura Ramen Bar

Billed as a ramen bar, Sakura will serve a variety of ramen styles, including a vegan version made with vegan meatballs. The menu also includes a selection of yakitori, gyozas, and takoyaki. Sakura plans to offer a monthly tasting menu with sake pairings. Open for lunch and dinner.

Sakura Sake and Gift

This Japanese market will sell sake, rare Japanese whiskey, boutique wines, and beer selections, in addition to glassware, fashions, and other gifts. The shop should also feature a sake tasting bar and offer ikebana classes or Japanese floral arranging.

Over the Halloween weekend, Scofflaw Brewing Co. opened its new 9,000-square-foot research and development brewery and taproom Dr. Scofflaw’s Laboratory and Beer Garden at the Works. Dr. Scofflaw’s includes a patio featuring outdoor games, a taproom with seating at communal tables and a bar pouring Scofflaw’s Basement IPAs and special release beers, and an open floor plan with views of the brewing facility.

A planned second location of Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q should open next year on Chattahoochee Row at the complex, along with the first east coast location of California-based breakfast and brunch restaurant the Waffle Experience.