UPDATE (July 2, 2019): Caravaca Market Has Officially Closed Its Doors After a Small Reorg Late-2018
Caravaca Market is “kind of transitioning” in Midtown, Harry Pagancoss, the food hall’s owner, in a telephone interview this week told What Now Atlanta.
“Before we opened, the idea was to have different food vendors, but everything happened so fast,” Pagancoss said.
The transition includes several changes at the “international food hall” starting with the relocation of the Provisions Market portion of the concept.
Instead of operating out of its own space, retail items from the Provisions Market—like prepared foods, soaps, and candles—will be available for purchase through other areas of Caravaca Market like its bakery, Harry Bakes.
Provisions Market’s former home is now available for lease by a third party and Pagancoss is “accepting proposals” for the space.
A pool lounge with a pool table is on deck for Caravaca Market and will be added in the very near future.
It can be rented/reserved for birthdays, team building activities or any other small gathering, according to Pagancoss.
TasteBar World Kitchen Restaurant and Bar, one of the many food outlets in the market, is getting a new seasonal menu starting mid-November.
Cocktails called Magical Potions will be added to the menu and all draft local beers are $5.
Reservations will soon be available on OpenTable as well.
Harry Bakes Coffee and Bar of Delicacies is still serving breakfast all day, in addition to its Italian-style espresso drinks.
“We continue to build on our events and catering services and we are excited about that.”
[Editor’s note: this article was updated on November 2, 2018, to clarify that while the Provisions Market space is no longer being used for that purpose, its wares are still available.]