Pullman Yard’s Converted Railway “Alcohol Park” Will Open This May

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Pullman Yard’s Converted Railway “Alcohol Park” Will Open This May

An outdoor, mobile alcohol park will be opening as part of the new Historic Rail Park.

Pullman Yard is currently undergoing a major transformation for the people of Atlanta. The new Historic Rail Park will open an alcohol park to kick off the summer season in style.

Operated by the upcoming restaurant The Abbey Singer, also opening at the Pratt Pullman District. This gastropub promises delicious pub grub that’ll go perfectly with a beer in that Georgian sun. The owner Mike Horn is bringing the Minneapolis cheese-stuffed burger the “Juicy Lucy” to the ATL.

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Both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be served from the shipping containers disguised as a boozy paradise. They’ll even be set on train truck wheels and lined up on those historic rails to pay tribute to Atlanta’s past.

There are plans for more eateries to come so keep your eyes peeled, Atlanta.

The opening of this awesome addition to the ATL cuisine scene coincides with the immersive Van Gogh experience that will take over Pullman Yard. So head there this summer for some great art, great food, and a great time!


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Just over three years ago, Atomic Entertainment paid $8 million for the graffiti-covered property, located at 225 Rogers St. It purchased the site from the state of Georgia after competitive bidding.

Check it out, Atlanta. We’ll keep you posted as the opening approaches.

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[Featured Image: Atomic Entertainment]

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