The takeout concept will serve its take on the ‘Maxwell Street Polish,’ a dish centered around Polish sausages.
A former office space in the Castleberry Hill neighborhood of Atlanta could soon be transformed into Chicago’s Maxwell Street-Styled Polish, a takeout joint.
Chicago’s Maxwell Street-Styled Polish would specialize in “Maxwell Street Polish,” a grilled or fried Polish sausage with onions and yellow mustard, pickle, and green sport peppers, served on a bun.
The sandwich traces its origins to Chicago’s Maxwell Street market, and has been called one of “the classic foods synonymous with Chicago.”
A permit application late last week was filed with City of Atlanta to buildout the takeout-only restaurant, at 211 Peachtree Street SW.
Tateira Surles, one of the owners behind Chicago’s Maxwell Street-Styled Polish, confirmed the plans in an email to What Now Atlanta (WNA.)
Surles did not immediately provide any additional information to WNA around the concept.