Krog Street Market

Market, Food & Drink, Food Court
99 Krog St NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Monday
7:00am - 9:00pm
Tuesday
7:00am - 9:00pm
Wednesday
7:00am - 9:00pm
Thursday
7:00am - 9:00pm
Friday
7:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday
8:00am - 10:00pm
Sunday
8:00am - 9:00pm

Tips

  • Krog Street Market Announces Three New Additions
  • Opening soon(tm), Krog Street Market will feature about 6 new restaurants, including Eli Kirshtein's "The Luminary" and a brand new Hop City (craft beer); parking might be a squeeze...
  • Located in the heart of Inman Park in a refurbished warehouse, Krog Street Market will be a unique and authentic destination for market stalls to sell specialty products.
  • The cheese steak at Fred's meat and bread is heaven
  • Jenny's ice cream is a must have
  • Buy some fiery dumpling sauce at Gusits great on everything. Walk it all off on the nearby BeltLine trail, a much-needed active corridor in traffic-heavy ATL.
  • The beer here is way better than the food
  • The Luminary
  • Atlanta knows how to do food halls. Excellent mix of vendors including hop city for beers, Fred's meat and cheese for a cheese steak and Jenis for some ice cream.
  • Cool market. Go during the week to avoid the crowds.
  • It costs $5 to park, and there are several restaurants there, hand made soaps & a place for beer lovers. We visited this time because Alton Brown recommended Fred's Meat & Bread. My husband loved it!
  • Fried chicken, BBQ, ice cream
  • Krog Street Market reminds me a lot of Pike Place in Seattle or the Ferry Building in San Francisco. There's plenty of lunch-y and dessert spots, along with amazing artisan work.
  • I really like this place, my new favorite one.
  • If the area by Hop City's bar gets too crowded, bring your beer and tour around KSM. Free water too in the middle of the drinking area.
  • Great people watching, just like an outdoor free standing market, but indoors.
  • With a line of incredible artisan cooks, the Krog Street Market is a destination for anyone visiting Atlanta. Flavors range from Gu's spicy dumplings to the homely flavors of The Little Tart Bakeshop.
  • It's a food court designed by a 20s hipster who didn't get a job at Pottery Barn.
  • Walk the Eastside BeltLine trail afterward. To get there, cross Irwin street and walk 50 ft. uphill.
  • Awesome food hall. Try the dumplings and the BBQ.

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