Ph’east, an Asian street food dining hall, and Pepper Boxing, a Nashville-based boxing gym, will be joining the lineup of businesses in The Battery Atlanta, the mixed-use development next door to SunTrust Park.
Ph’east will be a 5,000-square-foot food hall with authentic food from Japan, Korea, China and the Pacific Islands, according to a press release. Restaurants planned to operate in the food hall include Snackboxe Bistro, Poke Burri, Lifting Noodles Ramen, Kung Fu Tea and The Taps at Ph’east, according to the news release.
The food hall, slated to open later this summer, will have indoor and outdoor seating space with room for about 200 visitors, according to the release.
Meanwhile, Pepper Boxing’s first Atlanta location is slated to open in May. The 4,800-square-foot studio will feature classes and will sell a collection of boxing-inspired clothing.
“We are excited to add Ph’east and Pepper Boxing to our lineup,” said Jeremy Strife, senior vice president and general manager of The Battery Atlanta. “We continue to add unique concepts that deliver a first-in-class experience to our guests, residents and community. Adding a very unique food hall and a boutique fitness gym creates more options for our guests and residents to explore year-round at The Battery Atlanta.”
Other new attractions joining the Battery’s lineup this year include The Escape Game, which is open now, cigar bar BURN by Rocky Patel, slated to open later this April, and Lush Nail Bar, expected to open in June.