Exciting news has hit downtown Atlanta, as hospitality company 200 Peachtree Group announced two new concepts for the area.
A press release shared with What Now Atlanta shows that SKOL Brewing Company and Valhalla Social will soon come to Atlanta patrons. Both concepts are located at 200 Peachtree Street and address a need in the downtown area for the convention and tourism market, especially ahead of the 2025 College Football Playoff National Championship and the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
The two concepts will complement each other but are separate, creating unique atmospheres and vibes for those who visit.
SKOL Brewing Company is a craft brewery expected to open in the Fall/Winter of 2023. The 5,000-square-foot brewery will debut with eight carefully crafted beers and a Nordic-inspired menu curated by Certified Master Chef Rich Rosendale.
Valhalla Social is a drinkery, eatery, and entertainment hall complete with axe throwing, pool tables, shuffleboards, basketball, skeeball, foosball, ping pong, darts & more. This “eatertainment” concept will be the larger of the two at 15,000 square feet, expected to open in the Spring/Summer of 2024.
Valhalla Social will also serve SKOL Brewing Company craft beers just above SKOL Brewing Company. The two spaces are easily joined together, providing a max capacity of 750 people for significant events.
“The Downtown Atlanta area is being reimagined. The area is booming with new investments as Atlanta prepares to be put in the biggest spotlight since the 1996 Olympics,” said Drew Tull, President, and Managing Partner of 200 Peachtree Group. “We are proud to be a part of the solution in transforming the area and making it better than ever before.”
CNNA Architects, an Atlanta-based firm, will oversee both projects.