City Winery Is Officially Open For Business

Concept is now serving a full dinner menu and a full bar

Urban winery concept now serving a full dinner menu and a full bar.

Atlantans with tickets to future shows at City Winery can finally rest assured that their plans won’t fall through. After much ado, the establishment is officially open for business at Ponce City Market.

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The urban winery, intimate music venue, restaurant, bar, and private event space is now serving a full dinner menu from Executive Chef Jeffrey McGar and a full bar, which includes a variety of City Winery wines, according to a statement issued Monday to What Now Atlanta.

The menu is composed of “globally influenced, wine focused, and locally sourced” cuisine with Southern flair, featuring “concert-friendly” small plates and shareable dishes. Expect seasonally rotating flatbreads, the Lamb & Beef Burger, and “Dirty Martini” Dip with vodka whipped goat cheese, pimento stuffed olives, jalapeño, Benton’s bacon, scallions, and “everything” bagel chips.

The cocktail program, run by Beverage Director Mani Gonzalez, will include seasonally-inspired cocktails with housemade bitters and mixers, craft beers, and, appropriately, a 400+ bottle list featuring City Winery-made wines (also available on tap) among other selections.

The 26,000 square foot space features a 125 seat restaurant, a 300 seat concert venue, and a huge outdoor patio.

“Thank you to the City of Atlanta for your patience,” shared founder and CEO Michael Dorf. “The opening of City Winery Atlanta has been a true labor of love, and I promise that it’s worth the wait. The excitement we’ve seen so far is a testament to the music, wine, and food scene in this city, and we’re glad to be a part!”

Julia Sirb

Julia studied Urban Planning and Economic Development at GSU's School of Policy Studies. She is interested in the way a city's built environment, policy decisions, and economy work together to shape its culture. When not typing, she's writing calligraphy or looking for the next great shot through the lens of her medium format film camera.

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