Locations of The Original Hot Dog Factory, Gekko Sushi, Mochinut, and Pastaholic join Honeysuckle Gelato at the new 19-stall food hall taking shape at the Lee and White complex along the Westside Beltline trail. The West End food hall could open by the end of the year.
Here’s what to know:
The Original Hot Dog Factory
Owned by Dennis McKinley, the Original Hot Dog Factory includes several locations around Atlanta serving a variety of foot-long hot dogs, French fries, and milkshakes.
Founded by Jack Bai as a food truck, Gekko serves sushi and hibachi bowls, like spicy ponzu tuna, hibachi steak, or shrimp as well as potstickers and spring rolls.
Lee and White becomes the mochi doughnut shop’s seventh metro Atlanta location. Expect Korean rice flour hot dogs and bubble tea served at the West End food hall stall, too.
Owned by chef Shaunya Noble, Lee and White is the first customer-facing location for the ghost kitchen. People choose a pasta type from the menu, then choose a sauce and three add-ons, including cherry tomatoes, parmesan cheese, and meatballs.
Currently under construction, the 28,000-square-foot food hall will eventually feature a mix of restaurant stalls, a central bar opening to a large patio, and full-service restaurants, including a second Atlanta location of Lake and Oak Neighborhood Barbecue.
A pop-up village located in the parking lot near Wild Heaven Beer and Monday Night Brewing Garage opens this summer. The pop-up market sees five shipping containers transformed into retail spaces housing a rotating selection of local businesses selling everything from clothing to housewares.
In addition to breweries Monday Night Garage and Wild Heaven, Lee and White is also home to Finca to Filter coffee shop inside the taproom at Wild Heaven, ASW Distillery, Hop City Craft Beer market and its pub Boxcar, Cultured South, and Best End Brewing Company.