The Atlanta BeltLine is spurring development all along the corridor, from restaurants, retail and residential buildings to massive redevelopment projects like Ponce City Market. In Inman Park, the Krog Street Market, set within a 1920s warehouse facility, is bustling with activity as construction crews finish and restaurants and retail tenants hang up their shingles.
The team behind The General Muir, selected as one of Georgia Trend’s 2014 Silver Spoon winners, is opening up not one, but two concepts in Krog Street Market – sandwich stall Fred’s Meat & Bread and Yalla, a Middle Eastern food stall featuring shawarma, kebabs, falafel and fresh-baked pita and laffa. It will join recently opened Craft Izakaya, Spice Road Chicken and The Luminary from former Top Chef contestant Eli Kirshtein. Look for The Little Tart Bakshop, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams and chocolate shop Xocolatl, among others, to open soon.
For more on the best places to eat and drink in Georgia, check out the 2014 Silver Spoons and Silver Shakers in the November issue of Georgia Trend, and look for our coverage of the Atlanta BeltLine in the upcoming December issue. – Christy Simo
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