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Chef Sean Brock (Husk, McCrady’s) brings his take on Mexican fare to Atlanta at this Ponce City Market kitchen, a spin-off of his Charleston original doling out regional specialties like tacos and tortas made with local ingredients. Decked out in moody reds and browns, the casual space features a spacious patio and a bar crafting zippy cocktails.


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The food hall is home to 15 vendors and restaurants, with at least six more on the way. Not sure where to start? Never fear: We cherry-picked all the best bites and sips. —Evan Mah – See more at: http://www.atlantamagazine.com/list/ponce-city-market-guide/ponce-city-market-guide-where-to-eat/#sthash.dZZTcUjh.dpuf


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When Sean Brock announced he’d bring his Mexican eatery Minero to Ponce City Market, he tapped Ortiz, formerly of Yebo and Flip, to run the kitchen. Born in Toluca, Mexico, but raised here, he says of the the opportunity: “It’s awesome that we get to make some of the food that my grandmother used to cook for us, but in a restaurant setting.” Atlanta’s positive restaurant scene also keeps him going. “I’ve worked in other cities where the cooks and chefs don’t talk to each other,” he says. “Here, everyone is a lot tighter.”


Sean Brock Is Opening a Second Minero Outpost at Ponce City Market
Eater Atlanta

Remember those Sean Brock-to-Ponce City Market rumors? As it turns out, they were right on the money. Brock will launch a second outpost for his Mexican concept, Minero, inside the development’s Central Food Hall, according to Atlanta Magazine. Plans call for an April 2015 launch.


A second Minero to open in Atlanta’s Ponce City Market
Charleston City Paper

Atlanta Magazine reports this morning that Chef Sean Brock is doubling his Minero concept with a second location in Atlanta’s Ponce City Market. The new location will be open in April 2015. Incidentally, Mixson was created by the same developers as Ponce City Market, Jamestown.

According to the market’s website, Minero will join other restaurants including Bread Box, H&F Burger, Honeysuckle Gelato, and Simply Seoul Kitchen.


Chef Sean Brock to open Minero in Ponce City Market
Atlanta Magazine

The rumors are true: Charleston-based James Beard Award-winning chef Sean Brock is opening a restaurant in Atlanta. Together with David Howard of the Neighborhood Dining Group (Chicago’s Steaks & Seafood, Husk, and McCrady’s), Brock will bring Minero Mexican restaurant to Ponce City Market in April 2015.