I recently got invited to start writing for The Daily Meal, an online magazine that covers all things food & drink. TDM covers the international food scene, with content from city restaurant guides to how to cook gourmet meals in your own home. I’ll be one of the city editors for the Atlanta food hub on The Daily Meal, so you can start finding content from ATL Adventurer there as well!

My first piece is a guide to the best restaurants at Ponce City Market, one of most popular foodie havens in Atlanta and one of my favorite haunts (I live across the street!)

Make sure to read the full article on The Daily Meal here – but check out a preview of my Ponce City Market faves below!


This Tex-Mex spot is brought to you by Sean Brock, the famed Charleston chef known for his popular Husk Restaurant. Pro tip at Minero – order the chilaquiles, and sit outside on the massive patio looking out over the courtyard of Ponce City Market.

Brezza Cucina

Brezza is one of my favorites at Ponce City Market – it’s expansive, with massive lofted ceilings but some delicate touches. This is the only restaurant in PCM that takes reservations, so it’s great for out of town guests! I love the pizza here, and don’t miss their all-you-can-eat Sunday brunch.

Bellina Alimentari

Another Italian spot in Ponce City Market, Bellina Alimentari serves up a simple but delicious menu of homemade pastas and salads. Bellina is well-known for it’s popular Italian cooking classes, which are a great weekend activity with friends or family.

W.H. Stiles Fish Camp

If seafood is more of your style, W.H. Stiles (known as “Dubs”) has a beautiful raw bar that I highly recommend to grab some oysters. They also have Southern classics like fried catfish and po’boys with a distinct Anne Quatrano twist (the chef behind Bacchanalia and Star Provisions).

Eating my way through Ponce City Market, one oyster at a time #myPCM #oystersfordayz

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