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Citizen Supply at Ponce City Market Announces Upcoming Addition of In-Store Eatery

Likewise Citizen Supply

Photo courtesy of Jamestown.

This winter, Citizen Supply will debut Likewise Eatery and Bar, a weekend flea market pop-up, an in-store greenhouse and more. Located on the second floor at Ponce City Market, Citizen Supply is a reimagined take on a curated and artisan marketplace that first opened at the mixed-use community hub in November 2015. The market is known for its selection of quality handmade items and small-batch goods from local and national makers.

Likewise will be housed in the center of Citizen Supply’s 12,000-square-foot, gallery-like space. The one-of-a-kind concept will serve as an elevated and approachable hang-out, where patrons can dine and drink while perusing the shop’s rotating collection of makerspaces that include apparel offerings, home goods and handmade items from over 160 artists and brands, such as Richer Poorer, In God We Must, KMM & Co., Apolis, Brick and Mortar and more.

At the forthcoming restaurant and bar, guests and shoppers will enjoy a beverage program of classic and creative craft cocktails from beverage director Ben Richardson, such as Cats and Dogs, a fizzy libation of vodka, Aperitivo, grapefruit and soda; Eastwood, which features bourbon, vermouth, sherry and amaro; and Mojo, an aged rum cocktail with sparkling brachetto, fresh lime and mint. Chef Jason Jimenez of Kitchen Six and Homespun is behind Likewise’s first food menu, which will feature seasonally driven snacks, light bites and shareable plates. A go-to gathering place, the intimate space is designed by Grace-Made’s Savannah Metcalf and will offer a plush, 25-seat communal lounge area to accompany its expansive open bar that accommodates an additional 20 guests.

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