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Get Ready to Eat: New Food Hall to Open on BeltLine Westside Trail

Updated: May 5

Here come the crowds!


Another food hall is taking shape on the Atlanta BeltLine, and it can't open soon enough. This one is on the lesser-traveled Westside Trail, a quiet oasis compared to the path that runs through Inman Park. But not for long. Because where the restaurants go, the people go, right?


Westside Trail on Atlanta BeltLine, with people walking and restaurants to the left
Above, the Atlanta BeltLine's Westside Trail, with Warehouse Row on the left

The Lee + White food hall is finally scheduled to open this summer, according to recent news from What Now Atlanta. You might already know this area because of its famous "Warehouse Row," which may as well be called "Brewery Row" because of its lineup of trendy brewpubs such as Monday Night Garage, Wild Heaven Beer, Hop City, Best End Brewing and ASW Distillery, along with restaurants like Boxcar.


How do you get to the Westside Trail, and what's there? Read our previous blog post.


The new food hall will host 14 restaurants, according to the AJC, with some yummy options spanning everything from pizza to sushi, and pasta to hot dogs. Plus, Honeysuckle Gelato, which already makes their ice cream there, will be selling their tasty flavors - like honey lavender and chocolate brownie chunk - in the giant food hall.


And the best part? You can dine with a BeltLine view and then take a stroll down the scenic trail, discovering more outdoor art and soaking in the calming scenery.


Other restaurants coming to the food hall, according to recent news, include:

  • Pizza Dough Boy

  • Costa Coffee

  • Gekko Hibachi & Sushi

  • Lake & Oak BBQ

  • Mochinut

  • The Original Hot Dog Factory

  • Pastaholics

  • Vietvana. See our previous blog post about their Ponce City Market location.

  • Good Azz Burgers

  • World Chicken

  • Sweet Red Peach

  • Creme de le Crepe

  • Cielito Lindo

While this is the latest list we've found, restaurants can change. Check back for an updated list closer to opening.


Interior of Boxcar, a restaurant at Lee + White, showing mural of Teddy Roosevelt and brick walls
Boxcar, one of the current restaurants at Lee + White

Can't wait until summer? We don't blame you! There's lots of good food to try now on the BeltLine, and in other Atlanta area neighborhoods. Here are some other food halls we love, which you should check out if you haven't already.


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An Atlanta native, Nicole Gustin is the Founder and CEO of BiteLines, which offers walking Food and Art Tours on the Atlanta BeltLine. She considers the BeltLine her backyard, and is excited to see how Atlanta is reinventing itself. To sample some of Atlanta's best restaurants and street art, join us on our new Doggie Food Crawl, or our fabulous Food and Street Art Tour of the Atlanta BeltLine. Follow on TikTok and Instagram @bitelinesatl.

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