Krog Street Market Scheduled to Open this Fall

The Krog Street Market is scheduled to open this fall, either late September or early October, and will be home to some of the finest culinary creations in Atlanta. The building itself is an old 1920's warehouse, and the decor and style is built right in to match. Exposed brick and oversized windows greet you at every turn, nook and cranny, while the building's original charm is still strongly present. Located right in the heard of Inman Park, visitors can visit the market stalls ready to buy produce, goods, and prepared food, alongside with eating at some of the finest southern-grown restaurants and retailers.

Krog Street Market is the perfect place for Atlantans to gather, collect and trade spices and ingredients, while sharing recipes and taking in an extraordinary meal while mingling with neighbors and friends. New restaurants are opening daily in preparation for the grand opening this fall, but there are already many popular names calling Krog Street home. The French-Brasserie, The Luminary , was the first restaurant to open and Craft Izakaya is the second establishment to open its doors. Other restaurants include Grand Champion BBQ, opening late September, The Cockentrice and Gu's Dumpling, both scheduled for October, alongside Yalla and Fred's Meat and Bread. There will be enough selection to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters and quiet the harshest of food critics in Atlanta.

Krog Street's history dates back to 1889, when the Atlanta Stove Works brought to Atlanta a revolutionary field of cooking. Late 19th century, Atlanta Stove Works was having trouble taking off, so a banker called on his friend to help out. Five years later, Birmingham Stove and Range Company was born, as a branch to the Atlanta Stove Works. This is the same building Krog Street Market lives in today. For the complete history of Krog Street Market, click here . For more information about the author, Denielle D'Ambrosio, please visit my Google+ profile page.