White Windmill Bakery to Join the Culinary Lineup at Uptown Atlanta

The traditional Korean bakery is bringing its beautiful cakes, pastries, and snacks to the pedestrian-friendly development anchored by Lindbergh MARTA station.
White Windmill Bakery to Join the Culinary Lineup at Uptown Atlanta
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White Windmill will join the culinary lineup at Uptown Atlanta, the 47-acre mixed-use destination anchored by the Lindbergh MARTA Station, this year. This will be the fifth location for the popular traditional Korean bakery and coffee shop.

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Founded in South Korea in the 1970s, White Windmill will occupy a 2,200-square-foot space along Main Street and introduce a new elevated in-shop experience. The menu will feature coffee and their locally famous milk tea, a variety of their best-selling handmade cakes and traditional Korean baked goods such as red bean bread, roll cakes and lightly sweetened garlic bread. 

The community can expect to experience many of its favorite dishes from their other locations, including Bungeoppang, a hot fish-shaped pastry filled with sweetened red bean paste or custard

White Windmill will join Bene Korean Steakhouse, J’ouvert Caribbean Kitchen, Athena Grill, Catrachitos Restaurant, and other restaurants serving the cuisines of the world right on Main Street.

“Uptown is shaping up to become a vibrant, culinary melting pot with exciting new restaurant concepts from Atlanta’s very best,” says George Banks, founder of Revel, the primary retail partner at Uptown. Banks says White Windmill “will bring us one step closer to giving the community an incredible collection of international restaurants along Main Street.”  

The Korean bakery is bringing its beautiful cakes, pastries, and sandwiches to the pedestrian-friendly development anchored by Lindbergh MARTA station.
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Photo Courtesy of White Windmill and the Wilbert Group

Paige R. Penland

Paige R. Penland has been covering hospitality and travel since 2003, when she began writing Lonely Planet travel guides with reviews of restaurants from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego. But there's no place like home, and she’s excited keep Atlanta in the know with What Now.

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