Why We Love the Marietta Square Market

Why We Love the Marietta Square Market

Food halls aren’t just for Atlanta anymore! Marietta’s newest addition, the Marietta Square Market, boasts unique restaurants and retailers under the same roof. There are so many things we love about this trendy and tasty new space and we’d love to share the charms with visitors.

Aesthetic + Seating

Upon walking into the Marietta Square Market, you’d believe you were anywhere else but Marietta. Modern decor, murals and an exposed ceiling mix to create a trendy yet cozy environment. In addition, there are plenty of seating options. Over-sized picnic tables line the main open area of the hall, and the outside patio provides plenty of tables and bar-stools.

Diverse dining scene

With over 15 vendors to choose from, one can never run out of options at the Marietta Square Market. Though there are multiple spots with traditional American cuisine such as burgers and BBQ, most of the food hall’s other restaurants provide something different. Try a Cuban sandwich, Korean rice bowls, Mediterranean pita wraps or even street tacos. The Market offers cuisine fit for foodies of all kinds.

Old favorites…

You’ll spot a few familiar faces in the food hall – such as Grand Champion BBQ, Lucky’s Burger & Brew, and Tiny Bubbles Tea Bar. If you are ever overwhelmed by the amount of new choices in the Market, you can always rely on these classic fan-favorite local eateries.

…and new faces!

A select few restaurants are making their debut within the Marietta Square Market. FornoVero pizza, Shai-Karr Eatery and Creme de la Crepe are just a few of the eateries who chose to begin their journey within.

Not JUST food

You’ve heard all about the cuisine the Marietta Square Market has to offer, but what about its retail scene? Glory Haus offers uniquely inspired home decor and gifts.

The Marietta Square Market is open for business! Come and experience something Marietta has never seen before. Visit http://mariettasquaremarket.com/ for more information on directions, parking, and merchants.