Marietta’s very own food hall recently opened just off of the historic Marietta Square. Here’s what you need to know about visiting the new Marietta Square Market:
Marietta Square Market, opened on March 28, is Marietta’s own food hall, replicating the success of Atlanta’s Krog Street Market and Ponce City Market. The food hall will house 17 food concepts and 2 retail concepts, though not all concepts are open yet. Once concept will even take up residence in the cute little trolley car that currently sits vacant on the outdoor patio of the food hall.
Marietta Square Market is set against the Downtown Marietta train tracks and features a train station theme. The 18,500-square-foot food hall is modeled after an early 20th century train station and features a 1922 streetcar, the same type that ran between Marietta and Atlanta from 1905 through 1944. When a train passes by, the whole building rattles.
Marietta Square Market Eateries
- Bread + Butter Bakery: Sandwiches, pastries, salads, soups, desserts, and coffee.
- BullGogi Korean: Beef/chicken bulgogi and poke bowls.
- Cousin’s Maine Lobster: Lobster rolls, sandwiches, and salads.
- Crème de la Crepe: Sweet and savory crepes.
- D’Cuban Cafe: Cuban sandwiches.
- Forno Vero Pizza: Wood-fired pizzas and a bar.
- Four Fat Cows Creamery: More than 25 house-made flavors of ice cream.
- Grand Champion BBQ: Barbecue staples.
- Just Loafin’ Cajun Cafe: Po’boys and Cajun specialties.
- Lucky’s Burger & Brew: Burgers, sandwiches, and wings.
- Momosan Ramen: Ramen, edamame, gyoza, and pork bunsin.
- Pita Mediterranean: Street pitas.
- Shai Karr Eatery Thai Street Food: Sushi, curries, noodles soups, and salads.
- Street Taco: Mexican street tacos and a full-service bar.
- Tandoori Square: Indian street foods.
- Tiny Bubbles Tea Bar: Bubble teas, Vietnamese coffee, loose leaf tea, and French macarons.
Marietta Square Market Retail
- Glory Haus: Gifts and home decor.
- ‘Merica Clothing Co.: Apparel and accessories.
Marietta Square Market is a good place to go if you’re going out with a big group. Since there are so many options to choose from, everyone can go off and get what they want and then come back together in the dining area. It can be hard to find seating for a large group when the food hall is crowded, but there is covered outdoor seating as well.
This is a great option for getting some casual lunch or dinner and then heading back to Marietta Square to do some antique shopping or hitting the bars.
Parking for Marietta Square Market
For close parking, you can pay $5 to park on the south side of the building. A lot to the north is available for night and weekend parking.
There is also free 2-hour parking around the building and on Marietta Square, and in the evenings there is no time limit to park.
Marietta Square Market Hours
- M-Th: 7 a.m. — 10 p.m.
- F-Sat: 7 a.m. — 11 p.m.
- Sun: 7 a.m. — 9 p.m.
What are your thoughts on the new Marietta Square Market? Let me know in the comments.