[Above renderings via KrogStreetMarket.com]
Fishmonger is not just a Shakespearean insult, it's a legitimate profession—and one of the newest additions to Inman Park's Krog Street Market. Thom Duncan and Jeff McGhee of Off the Dock Seafood have provided fresh fish to some of Atlanta's top restaurants for the last three years and will open a yet-to-be-named, 800-square-foot market stall that will feature both "grab 'n go" and counter dining options. KSM's other new tenant, Craft Izakaya, will occupy the 2,000-square-foot (with patio) space between The Luminary and Cockentrice, facing Krog Street. As the name implies (izakayas are a type of Japanese bar), Craft Izakaya will serve high-end sake, fine wines, craft cocktails and local beers along with sushi, Japanese fusion, and yakitori (skewered chicken) within its "rustic Japanese décor."
So far, Paces Properties has filled 15 restaurants and market stalls. With these two new tenants leasing another 2,800 square feet of the 30,000-square-foot complex, the renovated 1920s warehouse is on its way to a full house for its anticipated late July opening (fingers crossed). "With every new tenant, we're adding a piece to the KSM puzzle and when finished, KSM will be home to an incredibly talented and distinguished group of chefs and entrepreneurs," George Banks of Paces Properties said in a press release.
Which of Krog Street Market's restaurants or vendors are you most excited about so far? Do you think you'll visit the fishmonger or Japanese bar/restaurant?
· Krog Street Market: Interior Glimpses & Delectable Updates [Curbed Atlanta]
· Krog Street Market website [Paces Properties]