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AlcoHall wins Best of Atlanta award for Best Party Palace by Atlanta Magazine! Article comes out in December. 

"Originally a machine shop built by The Pullman Company circa 1927, the revitalized event venue boasts 19,184 square feet across three sections, with standing room for 2,780 guests and a seating capacity of 1,476." -BizBash

"AlcoHall at Pullman Yards, one of the city’s most historic entertainment districts with an entire building dedicated to booze, games + live music." -Forbes

"Pullman Yards, in the Kirkwood neighborhood, has come on strong lately as a fun spot with two great restaurants (Fishmonger and Dailies & Sides), pickleball, as well as concerts" -TravelGirl

"Before I ate at Fishmonger, there were two reasons I had high hopes for the seafood market-meets-café. First, that their Caesar salad with blackened grouper was endorsed by Barack Obama..." Bon Appétit

"...the guide also gave 10 restaurants a nod on its Bib Gourmand list, which “recognizes eateries for great food at a great value.” Those spots range from Italian and Filipino to soul food and seafood. They are Antico Pizza Napoletana, Arepa Mia, Banshee, Bomb Biscuit Co., The Busy Bee, 

Estrellita, Fishmonger, Heirloom Market BBQ, and Little Bear. " -Travel+Leisure

"Recent science fiction movies such as “The Hunger Games,” “Divergent,” and “Baby Driver,” which received a lot of positive feedback from critics, all used this location as a setting for some of their scenes."-MSN

Atlanta has many places to roll indoors or out in its popular multi-genre skating culture

"In this feature, “City Lights” producer Jeannine Etter brings us more on skate culture in Atlanta, first starting with a little U.S. history." -WABE

AlcoHall opens at Pullman Yards and more Atlanta food and drink news from the week

"Located in Pullman Yards’ 17,400-square-foot Building 1 on Rogers Street just off DeKalb Avenue, AlcoHall will offer a “choose-your-own-adventure” experience, where guests can sample various brands and partake in activities like tequila tastings, beer taps, and bourbon discovery under one roof." -AJC

Atlanta’s Pullman Yards serves up 'spirits' of past and present

"After a period of abandonment, Adam Rosenfelt’s Atomic Entertainment bought Pullman Yards in 2017, with a goal of creating an eclectic arts and entertainment district featuring live music, dining, revolving immersive experiences, and regular events. The latest addition is AlcoHall, which Rosenfelt calls "the first food hall devoted to alcohol." -Fox 5 Atlanta

"Since opening June 10, Adam Rosenfelt, the owner of Pullman Yards, estimates that 50,000 visitors have sampled the seven brands that have signed on as tenants."

-Atlanta Jewish Times

"Led by three-time Tony nominee and composer Larry Blank and presented by a collection of the region’s most talented musicians.."

-Rough Draft

"Led by three-time Tony nominee and composer Larry Blank and presented by a collection of the region’s most talented musicians.."

-Rough Draft

Forget a Food Hall, This Drinks Hall Is Opening at Pratt Pullman District

"The ever-evolving food and drink options at Pullman Yards — aka Pratt Pullman District — in Kirkwood will expand again soon, when a drinking hall, of sorts, opens there later this spring."

-Eater Atlanta

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