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Went to the Ponce City Market on recommendation from a friend and found it to be an interesting space with a nice collection of modern restaurants that would appeal to a variety of tastes and some great shops. It's clean and unique. It's an old...More
The Ponce City Market has just about everything. Food, shopping, cocktails! I am not a drinker but if you do there several places to check out. Boutiques, earthy shops, a roof top. We didn’t explore the roof top because it was so hot, summer time...More
I wanted to take a culinary experience so we went for a couple hours. Parking is not expensive I believe it was a dollar for 30 minutes. The food here is very expensive but I am finding out that the simple things in ATL are...More
Went here today. SO disappointing, most of the drinks, and restaurants catered to adults and alcoholic beverages.
This place isn't as expansive as you think... Lots of office spaces that you can not access.
Will not return. 😕
Ponce City Market is a really neat place inside the old Sears building. Lots of shopping and a vast variety of food places. I wouldn’t recommend if you are on a budget however, most shopping was pricy and the food wasn’t cheap either. Parking was...More
There are several neat shops that we had never seen before but they were all pretty pricy. None of the places to eat looked really good and they were all about $20 a person. The roof top was $10 for admission per person and an...More
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Adults are $10, children $7. That is for admission only. Once up there you can spend a small fortune. the carnival games range from $2 to $5 a game. The slide is only $1 but the ride that you pull yourself up, which is cute... More
Adults are $10, children $7. That is for admission only. Once up there you can spend a small fortune. the carnival games range from $2 to $5 a game. The slide is only $1 but the ride that you pull yourself up, which is cute & a nice view, is $3 for about 2 minutes. Mini golf is also expensive. It's worth a visit on a nice day just for the views.