Cultivation Food Hall announces a new vendor, Atlas, a concept that owner Chad Segrest describes as “Greek Down South.” The menu features Greek staples such as a hummus plate, falafel, salads and gyros, each with a street food approach and Southern twist.
Cultivation Food Hall is on the ground floor of the BankPlus Building in The District at Eastover in Jackson. Additional vendors are Bocca Pizzeria, Fête au Fête, Gold Coast Bar, Il Lupo Coffee, Local Honey, Poké Stop and Whisk Crêperie.
A native of Jackson, Segrest considers Greek food his version of comfort food. The approach is most evident in Atlas’ house-made dressings, including Feta Comeback and Feta Ranch. Wrap selections include a lamb gyro, roasted chicken, pan seared redfish, falafel or ham & cheese, all with the option of either a pita or lettuce wrap. The Atlas Fries are served as cyclone-sliced potato skewers with Feta Comeback.
Atlas is open Monday through Thursday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Sunday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. For more on Atlas, follow @atlasgreek on Instagram and @atlasgreekdownsouth on Facebook.
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