This almost century old warehouse has morphed into something fascinating. It's a place where you and friends can sample new foods for fun or plan a family lunch date after a visit to the O4W skate park. When I first walked inside the Krog Street Market, I noticed there weren't any fresh fruit and veggie stands or seafood vendors like I had assumed. Strolling my way around each corner, I saw long lines of people waiting for whatever it was being served up at each station. Some lines were longer than others while people grabbed the little tables in the middle to chow down on their cooked-to-order purchased goods. Seemed like a fairly busy place although its location is sort of tucked away at the corner Krog and Edgewood directly across from the Beltline entrance. By the way, this is an awesome location for those commuting to and from the Beltline in search of a quick bite to eat. I found a cute butcher shop, The Spotted Trotter, where you could get choice cuts of meat, deli and cheese. They seem fancy and all with a weekly changing menu featuring crepinettes, veal mortadella and pates. There were other places to grab burgers and fries, iced cream and a cozy indoor/outdoor restaurant called Superica. So far The Krog Street Market is the place to be after walking/riding the Beltline. It's perfect for a Saturday afternoon to do my 2 favorite things, eat and people watch. For more details on The Krog Street Market or information on homes around this area click here www.paulinebowman.ga.exprealty.com/Inman_Park Also feel free to contact the Beltline Specialist Pauiline Bowman at 678-682-1221 or email@example.com to ask questions directly.
Author:Pauline Bowman Phone: 678-682-1221 Dated: March 26th 2015 Views: 535 About Pauline: ...
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