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Krog Street Market Announces Addition of Wine & Beer Shop

Courtesy Krog Street Market
Courtesy Krog Street Market
In a pair recent press releases, Paces Properties announced the addition of three new tenants to its Inman Park-located Krog Street Market (KSM) lineup.

Slated to join will be the modern Japanese restaurant Craft Izakaya from the team behind Marietta’s Sushi Huku. No market is ever complete without an “official fishmonger” and KSM has “landed” theirs with Off the Dock Seafood, aka Atlanta’s top “fish guys”. 

This soon to be named concept will provide KSM patrons a fresh fish & seafood experience ranging from “grab ‘n go” opportunities with their freshest catch of the day to counter-seating to nosh on fresh shucked oysters and simply prepared seafood.

And on Wednesday, KSM announced that it was adding wine and beer shop, Hop City, which has an Atlanta location on Atlanta's westside at 1000 Marietta Street.

More from the release:

By this summer, Krog Street Market will have it all. Paces Properties is upping the ante with their latest addition to their exclusive roster of tenants with a wine and beer shop from highly-acclaimed, Hop City. 

As a top rated retailer of craft beer in Georgia and Alabama, Hop City will offer an eclectic and impressive collection of craft beers, fine wines and even their famous growlers. KSM Visitors will have more than 1,000 options to choose from in their new 2,400 sq. ft. location and if that’s not enough, Hop City will have an adjacent 750 sq. ft. bar for guests to sit and sip while at the market.
 
“We couldn’t think of a better addition to help round out our impressive group of market stalls and tenants than Hop City; they are great operators with a unique concept” said David Cochran, President of Paces Properties.  “Frequenters of Hop City will not only be able to shop for their favorite beverages, but will also be able to enjoy a generous selection of craft beer, wine and cocktails at their market bar.  We’re confident Hop City is that perfect complement to Krog Street and we are proud to take part in the expansion of such a notable retailer.”
 
Adding a wine/beer retailer to the Krog Street Market tenant mix didn’t happen overnight and took the support of the Inman Park Neighborhood Association as well as Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall over the past six months.

“All of us at Paces Properties as well as our KSM chefs and tenants felt it was essential to have a bottle shop at Krog Street Market,” explained Cochran.  “Inman Park bought in immediately and with Councilman Hall’s insight, guidance and support we were able to navigate the legislative process with the City of Atlanta and bring this partnership with Hop City to fruition.”
 
“The continued growth of Krog Street Market makes Inman Park a more neighborhood-centric and desirable area for visitors and residents alike,” said Councilman Kwanza Hall. “I look forward to returning to Krog Street Market this summer when it officially opens.”
   
KSM guests will also have access to Hop City’s in-house sommelier as well as access to the wines offered at market restaurants.

“One of the things we want to make possible is that moment when you try an incredible bottle of wine with dinner and want a bottle to-go,” added Cochran.  “Our guests will now just have to swing by Hop City on their way out and pick up that incredible bottle of wine they had at dinner. Convenience and the experience are the key underlying themes of KSM.”

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