On the cocktail menu at Atrium, you’ll find not one but four-punch cocktails. And if you prefer a different libation, you’re sure to find one on Atrium’s extensive cocktail menu, which includes seasonal cocktails and classics. With its hand-painted tile and gorgeous mural, you’d be remiss if you didn’t start your night at the Atrium bar for at least one cocktail (and maybe a handful of pics for the ‘Gram). So, it has a Modern American Menu. Atrium is an intimate restaurant and bar space with enchanting and whimsical energy located at Ponce City Market. The Atrium is a venue where guests can relax on a memorable night, sipping finely crafted cocktails and enjoying an unexpected but soothing meal.
The full-service restaurant and bar offer a unique blend of fresh local produce and carefully selected interiors of Oliva. Inspired by world travel, we are here to take you to different places and times through every detail. This is a modern American dish, Oliva style. All the familiar favorites are reinterpreted. Located in Atlanta’s famous Ponce City Market, the Atrium is an eclectic and bright rest. The design pays homage to local artisans and craftsmen. From hand-painted tiles in woodwork and bars to floral installations and imaginative murals, interior details are created for and by the community. Are you interested in artisans?
The restaurant can escape to another time and place by entering a cozy lounge surrounded by colorful curtains with comfortable seating. On the left is a 1,200-square-foot parlor area with hand-painted tiles by local artisan Charlotte Smith and murals by savanna-based artist Kipper Millsap. The restaurant welcomes guests to escape to a different time and place when they enter the cozy lounge ensconced by colorful curtains with comfortable seating. To the left is a 1,200-square-foot parlor, complete with hand-painted tile by local artisan Charlotte Smith and a mural by Savannah-based artist Kipper Millsap. Inside the 4,000-square-foot restaurant, diners are transported to an airy, serene wonderland with large factory windows, floral installations by Atlanta-based floral artist Pinker Times, and giant pink banquettes.