Eleven TLC, an organic and herbal beverage shop owned by Hea Won Chun Harris and Charles Harris, is now open at Ponce City Market. Located across from Batter Cookie Dough in the market’s central food hall, the shop offers a variety of tea, latte, and caffeinated (TLC) drinks as well as matcha and vanilla bean soft serve ice cream.
The menu features lattes such as matcha or ginger and turmeric, effervescent tea drinks, and tea-tails, like a peppermint sticky chai made with black tea, ginger root, cinnamon, and cardamom.
According to the press release, Harris and Harris consult with bartenders, doctors, and alternative medicine practitioners to create their recipes to “provide true health benefits” in the drinks served at Eleven TLC. Beverages on the menu do not include dairy. Drinks at the shop incorporate superfoods and ingredients like turmeric, collagen, lion’s mane and reishi mushrooms, cordyceps (fungus), and ashwagandha (herb) paired with caffeine. Ingredients such as these supposedly help increase the metabolism or detoxify and reinvigorate the body.
Eleven TLC also features a section of tinctures on the menu meant for boosting one’s immunity or promoting better sleep.
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Bar Vegan, from Slutty Vegan founder Pinky Cole, opens in the space formerly occupied by the Mercury later this year on the second floor of the central food hall. The bar will serve vegan drinks, including beer, wine, and liquor, and “customer favorites” from Cole’s wildly popular meat-free burger restaurant.
Billion-dollar salad chain Sweetgreen announced plans to expand to Atlanta with at least two new locations opening this year. Sweetgreen, based in Los Angeles, will open restaurants slinging its vast array of salads and grain bowls and celebrity chef-collaborative dishes at Ponce City Market and Lenox Square Mall.
Open Monday - Saturday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Masks required.