Chattahoochee Food Works Thai Food Stall TydeTate Kitchen Is Open a Restaurant at Historic Hotel Row in Downtown Atlanta

A second location of Chattahoochee Food Works Thai food stall TydeTate Kitchen is opening early next year on Mitchell Street, part of the redevelopment of buildings along historic Hotel Row in downtown Atlanta. The restaurant will feature an expanded food menu from that of the food stall and serve cocktails.

Owned by siblings Sai Untachantr and Bank Bhamaraniyama, TydeTate Kitchen takes over one of the ten century-old storefronts on Mitchell Street currently under renovation by real estate developer Newport Holding. Once open, expect seating at community tables and a counter-service menu of Thai comfort dishes, like plah talay (seafood salad), saku wraps, and savory curry puffs filled with minced chicken. A full bar will serve cocktails with Thai ingredients and flavors.

Slater Hospitality, the group behind rooftop establishments Skyline Park at Ponce City Market and Leave of Absence at the Interlock, opens slice shop Pizza Clementine and underground cocktail lounge Thirteenth Floor next year at Hotel Row. The group plans to expand its footprint further in downtown Atlanta with the opening of a rooftop diner and cocktail lounge at 222 Mitchell across the street, which will be joined by a location of Ohio-based arcade and game bar Pins Mechanical Company. A fourth Atlanta location of Spiller Park Coffee, owned by Dale Donchey, also opens in 2023 at Hotel Row.

How Crispy was slated to open at Hotel Row, but is currently no longer part of the project. However, a representative tells Eater the restaurant could return to the project in a later redevelopment phase.

Newport purchased 48 buildings in what’s been dubbed the South Downtown district in 2016 with the intention of opening new businesses there by restoring the structures and preserving much of the historic architecture that still exists. This includes some vacant parking lots in the area, which will eventually be redeveloped into new mixed-use complexes with housing.

Just up the street from Hotel Row, the former Norfolk Southern Railroad building on Ted Turner Drive, renamed Centennial Yards, is undergoing a major renovation. Once complete, Centennial Yards will feature two levels of retail and restaurants, offices, and apartments. A location of LaGrange, Georgia, brewery and distillery Wild Leap should open by the end of the year at Centennial Yards.

Hotel Row looking south toward Mercedes Benz Stadium

Kristin Ferro

Rendering of Hotel Row looking toward Mercedes Benz Stadium


Rendering of Hotel Row looking toward the state capitol


229 Mitchell Street, Atlanta.

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