About three years ago, I often drove past a large vacant building on Ponce de Leon Avenue that had the word Sears Roebuck & Co. carved in big, bold lettering. Today, that same building is known as Ponce City Market, home to a bevy of boutiques, educational resources and of course, a food hall comprised of more than two dozen eateries that offer a world of flavors. In between bites of Indian fare and sips of cold pressed juices, I’m still amazed at the change.
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