James Beard Foundation
Scholarship Program

Founded in 1986, the James Beard Foundation is a member organization dedicated to celebrating, preserving, and nurturing America’s culinary heritage and diversity in order to elevate the appreciation of our culinary excellence. A cookbook author and teacher with an encyclopedic knowledge about food, James Beard, who died in 1985, was a champion of American cuisine. He helped educate and mentor generations of professional chefs and food enthusiasts. Today, the Beard Foundation continues in the same spirit by administering a number of diverse programs that include educational initiatives, food industry awards, scholarships to culinary schools, publications and by maintaining the historic James Beard House in New York City’s Greenwich Village as a “performance space” for visiting chefs. For more information, please visit

Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison

Chef-owners Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison are the award-winning duo behind some of Atlanta’s most distinguished and innovative culinary destinations. Driven by a passion for fresh, local food and natural flavors, Quatrano and Harrison are a transformative force in the Atlanta dining community, sourcing many ingredients from their family’s Summerland Farm in Cartersville, Ga. For more information, visit

Bacchanalia – Bacchanalia is Atlanta’s most celebrated restaurant, showcasing contemporary American cuisine founded on fresh and flavorful choices with masterful preparation and presentation. Bacchanalia offers a four-course, seasonal prix fixe menu as well as dishes ordered a la carte.


Floataway Café – Located in a renovated warehouse, Floataway Café features a contemporary neighborhood dining experience and romantic courtyard. The Summerland Farm-driven menu highlights French, Mediterranean and Italian influences, changing frequently as garden manager Sandee Jamae unloads their daily harvest.


Star Provisions Market & Cafe - Star Provisions is Atlanta’s premier gourmet market aimed at those who love eating and entertaining. In addition to scrumptious prepared foods, the unique space features individual markets of fresh-baked breads and pastries, the highest quality seafood, house-cured meat, poultry, Southern and artisan cheeses, Summerland Farm produce and rare and unusual packaged foods. Wine and gourmet coffees and teas are also sold along with a wide selection of tableware and specialty gifts.  


Little Star Provisions - Little Star Provisions, located at Westside Provisions District, offers a fresh, petite take on the beloved gourmet destination Star Provisions To-Go. Staying true to the heart of the acclaimed eatery, guests can enjoy a menu comprised of bowls, sandwiches and sides to suit the Westside lunch crowd.

W.H. Stiles Fish Camp - W.H. Stiles Fish Camp is a modern, urban fish shack serving freshly caught seafood from the South (mostly). Named after Chef/Owner Anne Quatrano’s great-great-great-great grandfather, W. H. Stiles, Fish Camp is affectionately referred to as “Dub’s.” Fish Camp features a raw shellfish bar with a rotating selection of oysters, clams, and crudo, sandwiches (po’boy, lobster roll, catch of the day), salads, bowls of fish, shellfish, and chowder, homemade seltzers, and a selection of beer and wine. For those who like to linger, Dub’s retail section offers an eclectic array of sea-inspired home decor, kitchen utensils, oyster shuckers, claw crackers, sauces, and condiments.

Evoking the bright, comfortable, and casual feel of oceanside seafood shacks, Fish Camp is an anchor of Ponce City Market’s Central Food Hall.


Jamestown was established in 1983 as an investment and management company focused on income-producing real estate in the United States. Over the last 32 years, Jamestown has expanded into a national, vertically integrated real estate operator with approximately $8.3 billion of assets under management. Jamestown’s capabilities include: acquisitions, capital markets, property management, asset management, retail leasing, design, sustainability and risk management. Jamestown employs more than 230 professionals in the United States, with headquarters in Atlanta, GA, and New York, NY and additional offices in Washington, DC, Boston, MA and San Francisco, CA. For more information, visit


Ponce City Market

Ponce City Market is a historic mixed-use community hub focused on artisanal food, fashion, residential lofts and tech office. Ponce City Market combines 259 residential flats with approximately 550,000 square feet of Class-A loft office space and 300,000 square feet of retail and restaurants including Dancing Goats Coffee Bar, Binders Art Supplies, Suzuki School and General Assembly as well as a Central Food Hall. The Central Food Hall features Anne Quatrano’s, W.H. Stiles Fish Camp, Botiwalla, an Indian street food eatery by the owners of Chai Pani and Linton Hopkins’ H&F Burger, among others. National anchor retail tenants include The Frye Company, J.Crew and West Elm. The evolution of Ponce City Market focuses on preserving the building’s historic character and enhancing its connection to the surrounding community. Ponce City Market also boasts a pedestrian bridge which links the interior courtyard and public market directly to Atlanta’s popular BeltLine. For tours and more information, go to  


Blue Hominy

Founded in 2014, Blue Hominy PR is an Atlanta PR firm that generates buzz for food, drink, and other lifestyle businesses around the nation. Services include the development of thoughtful PR strategies, management of press relations, brand messaging, media training, curation of partnerships, and more. Blue Hominy is the agency of record for Ponce City Market. For more information, please visit

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