Boxcar at Hop City

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Boxcar at Hop City is an adaptive reuse of an old warehouse in the Lee+White development in the historic West End. We have transformed this two-story warehouse into a restaurant, beer bar, and retail space. This is Hop City Craft Beer & Wine’s 5th location…

Boxcar at Hop City is an adaptive reuse of an old warehouse in the Lee+White development in the historic West End. We have transformed this two-story warehouse into a restaurant, beer bar, and retail space. This is Hop City Craft Beer & Wine’s 5th location overall and the second of which (after Barleygarden in Alpharetta) to include a full-service restaurant.

It boasts 20-foot ceilings and a full wall mural of Leon Ray Livingston, America’s most famous hobo who once rode to Atlanta in a boxcar. The mural, one of several at Hop City by Atlanta artist Catlanta, is the centerpiece of the design, which also features beer can art and floating tables. Come for the design, stay for the food and 76 rotating beers on draft.

Architect: Studio Architects, 2018 (redesign); original construction 1952