Supremo Taco, Filipino pop-up Kamayan ATL become full-time mobile stalls at Pratt Pullman food park
The outdoor mobile food park and chefs market opened this week at Pratt Pullman District in Kirkwood, coinciding with the debut of interactive digital exhibit the Van Gogh Experience. And Pratt Pullman developer and Atomic Entertainment co-owner Adam Rosenfelt tells Eater he’s locked in three permanent food vendors so far for the mobile park for the duration of the exhibit, including Supremo Taco, Filipino pop-up Kamayan ATL, and Three Heart Coffee. More full-time food vendors will continue to be added, along with a rotating group of pop-ups and chefs. The food park is open to the public.
Several shipping containers have been converted to mobile kitchens set on train truck wheels lined up on rails running approximately ten acres south along the spine of the linear park from the spur of the CSX line on the northwest side of the property.
Beer, wine, cocktails, and other drinks are expected to be served from a handful of containers in the rail park once the alcohol permit is received from the city this month.
Day one of Van Gogh Expo in the books! If you’re attending the experience or just in the area, make sure to stop by the next building or across and check out some of our amazing vendors like Kamayan ATL Filipino Pop Up Restaurant, Supremo , The Abby Singer , @threeheartcoffeeroastery and more! Hint: we heard it’s a great date night spot and idea to just grab drinks + delicious food Another hint: Chefs Market + Mobile Alcohol Rail Park come find out & see for yourselfPosted by Pratt Pullman District on Wednesday, May 19, 2021
The Abby Singer opens at Pratt Pullman District in Kirkwood
In addition to the opening of the mobile food park at Pratt Pullman District this week, the Kirkwood development’s first restaurant also opened on Rogers Street. Gastropub the Abby Singer opened for lunch and dinner, starting at 11 a.m. The name refers to the second-to-last shot of the day during on-location filming, and is a nod to the late film production manager Abby Singer. Owner Mike Horn worked in film and television prior to his career in restaurants. The former Minneapolis resident’s new pub includes a take on that city’s famed “Jucy Lucy” cheeseburger on the menu. The bar burger features two patties stuffed with hot melted cheese. Take a look at the menu here.
The Abby Singer is helping to run the alcohol portion of the Pratt Pullman mobile food park. [Instagram]
An Italian market and oyster and charcuterie bar are opening at Chattahoochee Food Works
Two new food stalls will join the growing list of stalls now open at northwest Atlanta food hall Chattahoochee Food Works next month. LoRusso’s Italian Market, owned by Chattahoochee Food Works partner Robert Montwaid, will serve Italian-style sandwiches, New York deli-style food, and sell both Italian and European market and food items. The market is named for Montwaid’s mother. Smoked Pearl oyster and charcuterie bar, also owned by Montwaid, opens at the food hall by the end of June.
On June 5, starting at 11 a.m., Montwaid’s partner in the food hall, celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern, will be slinging 1,000 hot dogs benefiting local non-profits Giving Kitchen and Meals on Wheels Atlanta from the patio at the Pomodoro Bella window. [Official]
A fifth location of Tex-Mex restaurant Superica is opening in Dunwoody
Atlanta restaurateur Ford Fry opens his fifth Atlanta-area Superica at Ashford Lane in Dunwoody next summer. The menu for this location is expected to be similar to the locations at Krog Street Market, Buckhead, the Battery Atlanta, and Alpharetta. [Official]