Paces Properties announced three new additions to its Inman Park concept designed to feature produce, merchants, vendors and restaurants under one roof.
The team behind The General Muir is coming with a new burger and sandwich counter called Fred’s Meat & Bread, named for Krog Street’s Frederick Krog.
Gu’s Bistro is expanding inside the perimeter with their first dumpling and noodle spot, called Gu’s Dumplings.
The Little Tart Bakeshop is expanding from its Grant Park location.
Here are a few more details from the press release:
Fred’s Meat & Bread: Brings Todd Ginsberg’s acclaimed burgers and fries and a full menu of classic sandwiches including cheesesteaks, banh mi, po’ boys, hot dogs, and more. Fred’s is brought to you by the team behind The General Muir: Chef Todd Ginsberg, Shelley Sweet, and Ben and Jennifer Johnson.
Quote: “Krog Street Market is gathering some of the best culinary talent Atlanta has to offer. I would be there eating all the time anyway, so I might as well get some some work done.” — Chef Todd Ginsberg
Gu’s Dumplings: Authentic, award-winning Chinese dumplings, noodles and other Szechuan cuisine.
Quote: “When word of Krog Street Market reached us, it was clear that this was a destination whose vision matched ours – to bring top quality food to the community. We are excited to be able to bring a taste of Szechuan to the world of food at Krog Street Market.” — Owners Yvonne and Gu Khan
Little Tart Bakeshop: Fresh-baked pastries hand made with local, seasonal, and organic ingredients. Favorites from LTB will appear, including croissants, local jam danishes, assorted scones, local fruit galettes, tarts, granola, giant cheese puffs, French butter cookies and crème fraiche quiche.
Quote: “As a resident of the area and a future Krog Street Market customer, I’m excited for the wealth of eating opportunities Krog Street Market will provide. I can’t wait to be able to pick up all of my groceries, and a great meal, all within walking distance of my home in Cabbagetown.” — Owner Sarah O’Brien
Even more info here: www.krogstreetmarket.com
— Bob Townsend, AJC Food and More blog.