King of Pops bar planned for Westside Paper project

The popsicle brand is planning its fourth bar.
Rendering: Official | Art of the retail courtyard of Westside Paper.
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King of Pops, the popular Atlanta popsicle maker, is planning a new walk-up bar, according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle

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It’s set for Westside Paper, an adaptive reuse project in West Midtown, the ABC reports.

What Now Atlanta couldn’t immediately reach Steven Carse, who co-founded King of Pops with his brother, Nick. 

King of Pops currently has three bars, according to its website. They are located at the company’s headquarters in Old Fourth Ward, at Ponce City Market and at Colony Square. 

The bars serve popsicles, ice cream, cocktails, beer and wine. 

Westside Paper is located at 950 West Marietta St. across from the King Plow Arts Center. Other new tenants announced for the project include Elsewhere Brewing

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