Krog Street Market is a 9 acre mixed use development located along the BeltLine trail at Edgewood Avenue in the heart of Inman Park. Previously home to Atlanta Stove Works (est. 1889), the complex features apartments as well as a west coast style market and food hall. It has been named one of “The World’s Best Food Halls” by Travel + Leisure and its tenants rack up more acclaim: Top 10 Food Halls in America, Best Bars in America, Best New Restaurants, Best of Atlanta, and James Beard Foundation nominations.
99 Krog Street
Atlanta, GA 30307
Spanish tapas restaurant and bar
Fred’s Meat & Bread
Todd Ginsberg’s acclaimed burgers and sandwiches including cheesesteaks, banh mi, po’ boys, and more.
Grand Champion BBQ
Hop City Bar
Craft beers, wines and growlers
The Little Tart Bakeshop
Atlanta’s Jey Oh, who took two of his prior concepts (Craft Izakaya, and Makimono.) and formed them into one to showcase a curated list of items including sushi rolls and rice bowls
Vietnamese concept from the Kinjo brothers (Alex and Chris) who also owns MF Sushi and Anh’s Kitchen, featuring Pho, Vermicelli noodle bowls, Hue style noodles, Bahn Mi sandwiches, sizzling pancakes, spring and imperial rolls, fresh Jasmine tea, and more.
The second Krog Street Market concept from Castellucci Hospitality Group, Recess is a fine-casual food stall serving up “delicious food that makes you feel good.”
Richards’ Southern Fried
Chef Todd Richards fried chicken with a blend of spices creating a “slow burn” heat in three flavor options: Classic, Hot and Richards’ HOT. Sourcing exclusively from Springer Mountain Farms.
Superica is a Mex-Tex inspired restaurant with a casual and lively atmosphere influenced by Ford Fry’s Texan roots.
Suzy Siu’s Baos
Asian Steamed Baos filled with delicious meats and local vegetables. This includes the Roasted Pork Belly Bao which was recognized as a “100 Plates Locals Love” by the Georgia Tourism Bureau. Other offerings include Baos filled with Korean BBQ, Spicy Korean Fried Chicken, Lightly Fried Fish, as well as roasted and fried local and seasonal vegetables.
Colonial era—inspired tavern serving seafood, sandwiches & craft cocktails
Italian cuisine and Neapolitan pizzas
Watchman’s Seafood + Spirits
James Beard nominated team of Decatur’s Kimball House. Located next to Ticonderoga Club in Krog Street Market, Watchman’s serves up fresh, sustainable seafood and craft cocktails
Contemporary Middle Eastern food stall featuring shawarma and kebabs, falafel, fresh-baked pita and laffa, and a variety of salads, fresh vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options from Todd Ginsberg, 2014 & 2015 James Beard Foundation Semifinalist BEST CHEF: Southeast.