Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 10/2/23
SUNDAY SUPPER SOUTH – THE ANNUAL BENEFIT SUPPORTING THE JAMES BEARD FOUNDATION® – RETURNS TO ATLANTA FOR ITS 12TH YEAR ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15 AT PONCE CITY MARKET
Hosted by Renowned, James Beard Award-Winning Chef Anne Quatrano of W.H. Stiles Fish Camp, Bacchanalia, & Star Provisions
Celebrating Rising Chefs in Atlanta
Friends and guests will celebrate Atlanta’s rising chefs and engage all five senses to raise funds for the James Beard Foundation®, when Sunday Supper South returns to Ponce City Market on Sunday, October 15. This year’s event will be hosted again by James Beard Award-winner Anne Quatrano, beloved Atlanta chef and owner of Bacchanalia, Star Provisions Market & Cafe, and W.H. Stiles Fish Camp. Tickets are now available here.
The chef lineup, below, will spotlight up-and-coming local chefs influencing the region’s ever-evolving dining scene, and their unique creations will reflect the best of the city’s cuisine in a collective harvest feast.
- Chino and Vanessa of Superpana
- Andre Gomez
- Vivian Lee of Leftie Lees
- Jason Jimenez of Homespun
- Fu-Mao Sun of Mighty Hans
- Demetrius Brown of Heritage Supper Club
- Alejandra Luaces of Hell Yeah Gluten Free
- Ricky Saucedo of Carmel
- Max Hines of Stolen Goods
- Jess Kim & Jun Park of Ganji
- Ivan Solis of Recuerdos
Festivities will begin at 5:30pm with a cocktail reception at Ponce City Market’s new residential building Signal House. The cocktail hour will highlight the beverage side of Atlanta’s dining experience with drinks from local industry vets and passed hors d’oeuvres. Following, guests will gather around festive tables at The Shed, Ponce City Market’s open-air gathering space alongside the Atlanta BeltLine, to enjoy an elevated, family-style, farm-to-table dinner showcasing the latest and greatest of Atlanta’s creative talents. Chefs will prepare seasonal ingredients sourced from local farms through Retaaza on Big Green Egg, the event’s official grilling partner and sponsor. Retaaza is a Georgia-based social enterprise that is on a mission to make local food more accessible and affordable by directly supporting communities’ farmers through food rescue and more, reconnecting the state’s consumers to their food, and feeding families struggling with food insecurity.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the James Beard Foundation, which celebrates and supports the people behind America’s food culture, while pushing for new standards in the restaurant industry to create a future where all have the opportunity to thrive. Through the mantra of Good Food for Good®, the organization is committed to providing chefs and other leaders in the food community with the support, tools, and resources they need to make our food culture more sustainable, equitable, and delicious for everyone.
This is the seventh year that Sunday Supper South will take place at Ponce City Market. Since first opening in 2015, Ponce City Market has been credited as a catalyst for revitalizing Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. It has become a must-visit place on travelers’ Atlanta bucket lists, a beacon in Atlanta’s skyline, and a destination for locals to gather, shop, eat, work, and live.