Street Taco opens Monday, March 25 at 11 a.m. inside the new Marietta Square Market food hall. The taqueria becomes the first official restaurant to open at the 18,500-square-foot OTP version of Krog Street Market near Marietta’s historic town square.
The 150-seat, counter-service taqueria features a patio and a mural in the dining room by Mexican illustrator and painter Miguel Mejía (aka Neuzz.)
Tacos range from $3 to $4 each, and include an al pastor, tofu asada, chicken tinga, and blackened shrimp. The menu also offers tortas like beef brisket, chicken Milanesa, and Mexican street corn, along with snacks such chicken flautas (a rolled and fried taco) on the menu. Expect daily specials such as $10 burritos on Monday, Friday gorditas for $6, and weekend tamales, too. The bar at Street Taco serves margaritas, frozen drinks, cocktails, draft beer, and wine.
Street Taco joins 16 other restaurants and food stalls expected to eventually open at the food hall, starting next week.
Marietta Square Market, located in a converted warehouse behind the William Root House Museum and adjacent to the railroad tracks, opens Thursday, March 28. It’s 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.
68 North Marietta Parkway, Marietta.