The Marietta Square Market is finally open on the Square, offering a single location for a variety of cuisines available to Cobb County residents and visitors. The Market’s opening was pushed back multiple times over the last year, and excited crowds flooded the space on its first day of business.
The massive food hall offers a variety of food, drink, coffee and dessert options, which can all be carried around and eaten in any of the Market’s communal dining spaces. Just in time for spring weather, patrons can grab a bite and a beer out on the dog-friendly patio, or pull up a stool to the outdoor bar seating.
The Cobb County Courier has followed the project’s development since the early days of planning, and now we have a full list of dining and retail options offered at the Market:
- Forno Vero Wood-Fired Pizza and Bar : This wood-fired Neapolitan pizza joint sits prominently in the center of the market and offers more than 30 beers on draft, functioning as the primary bar seating for the entire food hall. Owners Scott Kinsey and Alexis Aleshire-Kinsey also own Taqueria Tsunami, Stockyard Burgers and Bones, and Pressed Panini Bar, which are among the most popular and successful eateries on Marietta Square.
- Street Taco: Authentic Mexican street cuisine, including a la carte tacos, grilled corn, and an inside-outside bar split with a large patio area. The Atlanta-based food company Southern Proper Hospitality is known for quality Latin-inspired food projects, including Tin Lizzy’s Cantina, Beni’s Cubana, Chido + Padre’s and others.
- Grand Champion BBQ: Already a popular local barbecue restaurant and caterer, this is the fifth location of the franchise in Georgia.
- Tiny Bubbles Tea Bar: The popular Vietnamese-style tapioca bubble tea bar opened its third location in the Marietta Square Market. Although the original Tiny Bubbles location was already on the Marietta Square, the Market Tiny Bubbles offers unique flavors and options unavailable at the first store.
- Top Poke: Korean-inspired cuisine, including barbecue wings, dumplings and noodle dishes, as well as sushi-grade raw fish and rice bowls.
- Pita Mediterranean Street Food: Casual Mediterranean chain offering shawarma and gyro sandwiches, with handmade falafels and hummus.
- Bread + Butter Bakery: Bakery and cafe with breakfast, pastries and roasted coffee, as well as a small lunch and dinner menu.
- Tadoori Square: Traditional street food from different regions in India, utilizing a variety of spices and flavors for authentic and healthy meals.
- Bull Gogi: Savory bowls of Korean-style noodle and rice bowls with freshly marinated meats, vegetables, and other toppings.
- Cousins Maine Lobster: One of only a handful of brick-and-mortar locations in the country, the lobster-slinging food truck sensation opened its second restaurant in Georgia at the Marietta Square Market. Learn more about the Cousins Maine story in Cobb County Courier’s feature story on the business.
- Creme de la Crepe: French-inspired crepes with sweet and savory options for breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert.
- D’Cuban Cafe: Cuban-style sandwiches, coffee, and desserts. The cafe also offers authentic Cuban small bite options including empanadas, yuca fritas and croquettes.
- Four Fat Cows Ice Cream: The go-to dessert spot in the Market, Four Fat Cows offers a variety of ice cream including unconventional flavors like chocolate bourbon pecan pie, peanut butter and jelly sandwich, and raspberry brown butter jalapeno.
- Just Loaf’n Cajun Cafe: Authentic Cajun cuisine moving from its food-truck line to the Marietta Square Market. Menu items include New Orleans-style poboys, catfish, alligator bites and hot sausages.
- Lucky’s Burger and Brew: A prominent staple in the center of the Market, Lucky’s offers a wide roster of Angus ground beef burgers, sides, and milkshakes.
- Momosan Ramen: Hot ramen noodle soup bowls with fresh toppings and savory meats, a new franchise from the owner of Noodle Cafe in the Peachtree Center Mall.
- Shai Karr: Thai street food with authentic seasonal ingredients, inspired by traditional home cooking. The new eatery is owned by the same team behind Marietta Square’s Thaicoon & Sushi bar.Marietta Square Market also offers some retail options, so patrons can snack, drink, and shop, all in the same building. Only a couple options are available so far, but there are still empty spaces available for more to come in the future.
- ‘Merica Clothing Co.: This clothing and accessory store specializes in outdoor adventure apparel, inspired by countrywide national park road trips.
- Glory Haus: This Marietta-based merchant offers a full gift and home decor shop to patrons of the Market.Marietta Square Market is open every day of the week, with business hours beginning at 7 a.m. every day. The market closes at 10 p.m. on weekdays, 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, and 9 p.m. on Sundays. The Market address is found at 68 N Marietta Pkwy Marietta, Ga 30060.