Restaurantuer Linton Hopkins is relocating H&F Burger in SunTrust Park to a larger space within the stadium, according to Atlanta Magazine.
The burger joint will take space formerly occupied by Hugh Acheson’s First & Third, one of two shuttered concepts at The Battery Atlanta for the chef.
H&F Burger’s new, 2,500-square-foot space, should debut January 31, 2019.
Hopkins opted to relocate the restaurant to take advantage of the larger space, at 75 Circle Pkwy, he told Atlanta Magazine.
The new location will offer two walk-up windows, a counter-area with seating inside, and a patio.
H&F Burger in its new location will be open year-round unlike First & Third which seemed to only be open during games.
H&F Burger will also offer an expanded menu, similar to its Ponce City Market restaurant, during games.
Construction is wrapping up at the space.
Once complete, expect “glass, steel, and wooden elements with concrete floors and exposed ceilings.”
Hopkins is making changes to other areas of his restaurant empire.