There’s a new kid on the block! The highly anticipated diner from the creative teams behind Big Citizen (Bon Ton, The Lawrence, and Miracle Bar Atlanta since 2016) and King of Pops opened its doors Saturday, December 21 at the historic Atlanta Dairies complex on Memorial Drive.

Located in the booming heart of Reynoldstown and with roots reaching out to neighboring Cabbagetown, Grant Park, East Atlanta, Old 4th Ward and Inman Park, Wonderkid will serve as a cornerstone for the community. For Big Citizen (Bon Ton, The Lawrence, and Miracle Bar Atlanta) and King of Pops, this is not about bringing another trendy restaurant to the block but instead, creating a space for meaningful connection in an ever-evolving neighborhood.

With Justin Dixon at the helm as Wonderkid’s executive chef (previously at Shed at Glenwood and Bully Boy), the menu will include a creative spin on diner food served all day, thoughtful evening seasonal specials, and late-night staples reminiscent of traditional diner fare. The bar program, led by Beverage Director Taylor Blackgrave, will offer a rotating cocktail menu entitled “Now Playing,” featuring drinks inspired by classic jukebox albums. The menu rounds out with delicious desserts including homemade pies and cakes by Pastry Chef Sarah Hagamaker, and the first-ever King of Pops soft serve.

Elevate your diner experience with Wonderkid, and come hungry!

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