Today’s the day that Marietta’s brand new food hall opens on North Marietta Parkway near the city’s historic town square. The 18,500-square-foot Marietta Square Market bears a striking resemblance to Atlanta’s Krog Street Market, too.
The market will eventually consist of 17 restaurants and food stalls and a smattering of retail shops as well as a central bar and communal indoor and outdoor seating. At present, ten of the food hall’s dining options are fully operational. The first sit-down restaurant, Street Taco, opened on Monday for tacos, Mexican street corn, flautas, and frozen margaritas.
Here’s the full list of restaurants now open at the market:
- Bread + Butter Bakery
- Street Taco
- BullGogi Korean
- Crème de la Crepe
- Forno Vero Pizza
- Four Fat Cows Creamery
- Lucky’s Burger & Brew
- Pita Mediterranean
- Shai Karr Eatery Thai Street Food
- Tiny Bubbles Tea Bar
These restaurants expect to open before the summer:
- Cousin’s Maine Lobster
- D’Cuban Cafe
- Grand Champion BBQ
- Just Loafin’ Cajun Cafe
- Meat in the Middle
- Momosan Ramen
- Tandoori Square
Marietta Square Market is located in a converted warehouse behind the William Root House Museum, near the railroad tracks. It’s fashioned after an early 20th century train station with a trolley car from 1922 given a prominent place 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.