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What You Need To Know About Visiting the Marietta Square Market

Marietta Square Market Exterior, Marietta, Georgia

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:

All About Marietta Square Market

Marietta Square Market, opened on March 28, 2019, is Marietta’s own food hall, replicating the success of Atlanta’s Krog Street Market and Ponce City Market. The food hall houses 19 food concepts across many different culinary specialties. One concept even takes up residence in the antique trolley car that sits on the outdoor patio of the food hall.

The 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 Interior, Marietta, Georgia

Marietta Square Market Eateries

  • B.A.D. Gyal Vegan: Made-from-scratch Caribbean fusion vegan food.
  • BullGogi Korean: Beef/chicken bulgogi and poke bowls.
  • Café Bourbon Street: Authentic New Orleans food.
  • 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 & Bar: Wood-fired pizzas and a bar.
  • Four Fat Cows Ice Cream: More than 25 house-made flavors of ice cream.
  • Henri’s Bakery & Deli: An Atlanta intuition offering cookies, pastries, cakes, sandwiches, soups, and salads.
  • Lucky’s Burger & Brew: Burgers, sandwiches, and wings.
  • Momoiro Ramen: Ramen, edamame, gyoza, and pork buns.
  • Philly & Wraps: Philly cheesesteaks and wraps.
  • Pita Mediterranean Street Food: Street pitas.
  • Ponko Chicken: Japanese-American chicken tenders.
  • Shai Karr Eatery Thai Street Food: Sushi, curries, noodles, soups, and salads.
  • Siete Tacos + Tequila: Mexican cuisine and craft margaritas.
  • Smokehouse Q: Award-winning barbecue staples.
  • Sol & Yom: Asian Buddha bowls, wraps, smoothies, and açaí bowls.
  • Tiki Trolley: Beer and cocktails hosted by Forno Vero.
  • Tiny Bubbles Tea Bar: Bubble teas, Vietnamese coffee, loose leaf tea, and French macarons.
Marietta Square Mural, Marietta, Georgia

Visiting Marietta Square Market

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.

Some of the dining options here offer takeout, curbside pickup, and delivery.

Parking for Marietta Square Market

Free 2-hour parking is available in front of Marietta Square Market in the parking lots directly off of North Marietta Parkway. Additional 2-hour free parking is available off of Polk Street after 5 p.m. weekdays and on weekends.

There are two paid parking lots off of Mill Street on the south side of the market. There is another 2-hour free parking lot on the other side of Mill Street across the train tracks from the Marietta Welcome Center.

You can also grab free 2-hour parking on Marietta Square if you don’t mind the walk.

Marietta Square Market Hours

The market is open Sunday-Thursday from 11 a.m. — 9 p.m. and Friday-Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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What You Need To Know About the New Marietta Square Market

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  1. That’s crazy, my husband and I were just there but didn’t go in. Thanks for sharing the food options in there, we are going back to sit, eat and wait for the train to feel the rattling. Lol.

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