In case you haven’t noticed lately, Atlanta and its surrounding metropolitan area are in the midst of a food hall boom. What started with the openings of Krog Street Market in Inman Park and Ponce City Market in the Old Fourth Ward over a decade ago, has grown into a burgeoning food hall scene that’s now spread into suburban cities like Marietta and Alpharetta. And there are more food halls in the works, too, including for downtown Atlanta, the West End neighborhood, and the cities of Fayetteville and Dunwoody. Below, Eater rounded up the food halls to know right now with restaurant stalls serving everything from ramen, dumplings, and sushi to pizza, burgers, and tacos.
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