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Krog Street Market, Atlanta

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
The destination for Atlanta's intown culture. With market stalls to sell produce, goods, and prepared food, along with a few southern-grown restaurants and retailers, the market will offer Atlantans a gathering place of sorts.
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  • Use the valet parking or self park on the street. A few cool shops and a bar with a large variety of beers on tap. A good variety of food counters where you order and sit in the middle seating area. 
  • This is a crowd-pleaser. The parking was a total nightmare, but there are several different food and drink and dessert vendors and shopping too. So much fun! We got some delicious dumplings and medite...  read more »
  • I give it credit for personality and interest however not anxious to return. It would really be most helpful to have a digital or printed copy directory. The lighting is definitely too dark. However i...  read more »
  • Awesome time for a date during the day! you can walk the belt line and get some beer and try new food. Very cool vendors and some unique food. Atmosphere is great and laid back.
  • Pretty cool food market. Looks like a great place to meet someone, or to study. Lots of tables available to sit and chat or work. I was under the impression that there was more than food, however. There is a doggy shop and a place with handmade soaps and essential oils, along with a garden shop, but other than that, it's all food. The food looks great and there is a wide variety available, along with some breweries.
  • (Warning: weekend visitor from Central Florida here). With ABOUT 20 VARIED BUSINESSES (MOSTLY DINING) inside this converted warehouse, it’s a GREAT FOOD DESTINATION for groups of adults who seek craft dishes. HOP CITY was our specific destination. DOZENS OF LOCAL BREWS with awesome prices. Flights also available. NITRO COFFEE, CIDERS, AND LOCAL SODA on TAP for the gluten-free crowd. It was easy to bring our glasses to the SHARED DINING AREA then also grab food from other businesses which seemed to be more like stationary Food Trucks in their limited options but well-done dishes.
  • Not too bad of a place. Different kinda vibe and people. The tex-mex restaurant is pretty good. THE BEER STAND IS NOT OPEN ON SUNDAYS.
  • The coolest thing they have here is the sparkling water dispenser. The next coolest thing is the gift shop attached to the building. The rest is stupidly expensive. Like $25-chocolate-bar expensive.
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