Atrium will be a full-service restaurant, bar and lounge specializing in a seasonal, vegetable-forward menu helmed by Executive Culinary Director Brandon Hughes, with modern American and European influence and lots of fresh, local ingredients.
The space will boast a 1,200-square-foot bar area and a 4,000-square-foot dining room. As for the design, it will be “eclectic and bright,” according to a press release, with lots of bold florals and tropical accents. The design will champion local artists and craftsmen, featuring woodwork, hand-painted artwork, and floral installations by community members.
“I’m thrilled to bring another unique concept to Ponce City Market. All of our restaurants at Oliva represent chapters of my life…” owner Tal Baum said in a press release. “Atrium is a manifestation of a current chapter experiencing the evolution of dining in America. We aim for the space to capture a great sense of community while serving as a reprieve for our guests.”
Atrium is expected to open this winter, so head there as the weather cools down for some tropical scenery and a fresh, unique meal.