Atlantic Station will get a little sweeter with the addition of two new dessert tenants.
Munster Cravings originally operated as a pop-up before evolving into two brick-and-mortar locations, one at Chattahoochee Food Works (1235 Chattahoochee Ave NW) and one in Tucker (2323 Main Street).
The menu features distinct flavors like peanut butter and jelly, peach cobbler, butter waffle and cinnamon roll, along with classics like chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin and snickerdoodle. The menu also features seasonal flavors, mini cookies and vegan options.
The Atlantic Station outpost of Munster Cravings will be beside the Atlantic Grill and across from Old Navy. It is set to be a walk-up concept where guests can enjoy the cookies at the indoor seating area or take them to go.
“At Munster Cravings, we’re not just baking cookies; we’re crafting an experience that elevates every bite to new heights,” founder Veronica Dalzon said in a news release. “Each cookie is a labor of love, and we can’t wait to share our passion for sweetness with this vibrant community.”
Yonutz at Atlantic Station will be Georgia’s first location, parts of the brand’s expansion across the U.S. It will be located at the interior of the property adjacent to Regal Cinemas. The menu features decadent “smashed” donuts and shakes, with flavors ranging from Reese’s peanut butter to Biscoff cookie butter to yellow Twinkie. Guests can also find mini donuts, gourmet ice cream, gluten-friendly options and mini donut decorating kits.
“Yonutz is more than a treat; it’s a sweet revolution, smashing donuts and ice cream into amazing desserts,” Yonutz CEO Tony Bahu said in the news release. “After winning three ‘Dessert Wars’ titles in Miami and Las Vegas, Yonutz won the first ever ‘National Dessert Wars’ championship in Atlanta in December 2023, giving Atlanta a taste of our SMASHED creations for the very first time.”
Opened in 2005, Atlantic Station is a 138-acre neighborhood in Midtown known for having its own zip code, 30363. The destination features nearly 8 million square feet of mixed-use development, including restaurants, retail and entertainment, as well as offices, hotels, apartments and homes.