El Burro Pollo Burrito Kitchen, Poke Burri, and Wildleaf To Open in The Collective

The food hall will be situated on the first floor of Coda at Tech Square.

Portman Holdings and SRS Real Estate Partners in a press release Tuesday announced the first three tenants for The Collective in Coda at Tech Square: El Burro Pollo Burrito KitchenPoke Burri, and Wildleaf.

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The Collective, the City’s latest food hall, is slated to open in 2019 at the forthcoming Midtown mixed-use, at 771 Spring Street.

What started as a pop-up by Chef Hector Santiago, El Burro Pollo Burrito Kitchen, a Mexican street food restaurant, will be serving up border town style burritos with classic Mexican sauces, tacos, ceviches and other seasonal specials.

“We at El Burro Pollo are super excited about opening at Coda,” Santiago said in the release.

“This space will allow us to share our products with a very dynamic and multicultural crowd on a hyper-energized space …burro polliiiioooo!”

Poke Burri will serve up eats like sushi burritos and poke bowls along with “secret” off-menu offerings such as the sushi donut and sushi corndog.

Poke Burri’s first location opened in East Atlanta Village by owners Ken Yu and Seven Chan in 2016.

Poke Burri has been receiving steady recognition such as Creative Loafing’s “Top 100 Dishes to Eat in Atlanta Now” and What Now Atlanta’s “Elite 100” in 2017.

Wildleaf, which is also named in Creative Loafing’s “Top 100 Dishes to Eat in Atlanta Now” as well as Atlanta Magazine’s “The Best New Cheap Eats in Atlanta”, is a local healthy-fast-casual purveyor of fast-casual restaurant preparing specialty salads, grain bowls, soups and smoothies.

This will be Wildleaf’s third location following a soon-to-open location in Buckhead.

The mixed-use development will consist of 645,000 square feet of Class-T office space, 80,000 square feet of computing space, 20,000 square feet of street-level restaurants and retail space that will include communal seating areas opening up into a 20,000-square-foot outdoor “living room.”

It features access along Spring, West Peachtree and 4th Streets.

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Caleb J. Spivak

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