“The food hall includes stalls from Snackboxe Bistro, Lifting Noodles Ramen, and the owners of BoBo Garden Chinese.”
Asian street food hall Ph’east finally opens this week at Battery Atlanta in Cobb County, Poke Burri and Lifting Noodles Ramen co-owner Seven Chan tells Eater Atlanta. The hotly anticipated food hall, located next door to Wahlburgers at the complex, opens at 5 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, with a grand opening set for 11 a.m. on Saturday, February 1.
In addition to outposts of Poke Burri and Lifting Noodles, the 5,000-square-foot hall includes stalls from Doraville-based Laotian restaurant Snackboxe Bistro and a Cantonese food stall called Fan T’Asia from the owners of BoBo Garden Chinese on Buford Highway.
As for drinks, expect beer, wine, sake, and cocktails on tap at the Taps at Ph’east and bubble tea drinks from New York City-based Kung Fun Tea. Taps is owned by Zach Yurchuck, Cliff Crider, and Mitch Jaffe of Truck and Tap beer truck, which resides at restaurants in Woodstock, Alpharetta, and Duluth.
“Everyone is really excited for the opening. We’ve been working on the space for a long time, individually and collectively, [and] we are so excited to be a part of this community and new destination for all of us,” Chan says. “We are really also so humbled and appreciative for all the excitement and love we’ve received from everyone, so far.”
Ph’east offers seating for up to 200 people at communal tables inside the hall and on a covered patio. The food hall is part of Prep, a commercial kitchen facility serving over 160 metro Atlanta entrepreneurial food companies.
Battery Atlanta is also home to the recently renamed Braves stadium, Truist Park.
Note: parking at Battery Atlanta is free for the first four hours in the red, green, and purple decks on non-Braves game or event days. Valet parking is located inside the red deck.
Open daily, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
925 Battery Avenue, Suite 1100, Atlanta. pheastatl.com.”
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