This past weekend, we ventured to Krog Street Market. The market is located in the Inman Park Neighborhood, near the Edgewood neighborhood. For those who haven’t been there, the neighborhood is rather eclectic, and Krog Street Market fits in with the overall vibe. A smaller, but similar version of Ponce City Market, Krog Street has a plethora of food options, as well as a couple small shops. Like Ponce City, Krog Street offers access to the Atlanta Beltline and apartments. The diverse options of food are ideal for those with differing food tastes to ensure everyone gets something they like; however, the prices are a bit steep. There is a common area with long tables and benches to sit and eat at. For those looking for a little bit of a nicer, sit down restaurant, there are a few options. Additionally, if you are just looking to grab a beer, Hop City provides visitors with the option to grab a couple beers and just hang out. The market is near the MLK Historic Site and Inman Park, making it a good stopping point for those visiting the area or those who live in the vicinity. Krog Street Market was extremely busy, so be prepared for crowds. We both really appreciated the reuse of the facility that is now Krog Street Market and are excited that re-purposing buildings to create communal environments in Atlanta continues to be a growing trend.