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A Marietta Version of Krog Street Market Food Hall Opens in March

Marietta Square Market food hall includes 17 restaurants and food stalls near the Cobb County city’s historic town square

Exterior of Marietta Square Market food hall Marietta Square Market [Official]

The 18,500-square-foot Marietta Square Market food hall opens Thursday, March 28 on North Marietta Parkway near the Cobb County city’s historic town square.

Marietta Square Market seems to resemble the set-up of Atlanta’s Krog Street Market, and includes 17 restaurants and food stalls, along with a central bar and indoor and outdoor seating. Most of the restaurants and small selection of retail shops plan to open on the market’s first day, according to the press release. Eater Atlanta reached out for a list of those restaurants.

Here’s the full list of restaurants slated to open at the food hall:

  • Bread + Butter Bakery
  • Cousin’s Maine Lobster
  • D’Cuban Cafe
  • BullGogi Korean
  • Crème de la Crepe
  • Forno Vero Pizza
  • Four Fat Cows Creamery
  • Grand Champion BBQ
  • Just Loafin’ Cajun Cafe
  • Lucky’s Burger & Brew
  • Meat in the Middle
  • Momosan Ramen
  • Pita Mediterranean
  • Shai Karr Eatery Thai Street Food
  • Street Taco
  • Tandoori Square
  • Tiny Bubbles Tea Bar

The market and food hall, located in a converted warehouse behind the William Root House Museum and adjacent to the railroad tracks, is fashioned after an early 20th century train station. A trolley car from 1922 sits at the entrance to the market; the same type of streetcar which ran between Marietta and Atlanta until 1944.

Open Monday – Thursday, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Sunday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

68 North Marietta Parkway NW, Marietta. mariettasquaremarket.com.

Krog Street Market

99 Krog Street Northeast, , GA 30307 Visit Website

Grand Champion BBQ

4401 Shallowford Road, , GA 30075 (770) 587-4227 Visit Website

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