Exterior of the Marietta Square Market.

Bowl, smoothie spot to take over trolley space at Marietta Square Market

The centerpiece of the exterior of Marietta Square Market is getting a new tenant.

Pulp Addiction -- from the team behind Four Fat Cows Ice Cream, which operates a stall inside the downtown Marietta food hall -- will be housed in the trolley visitors see as they enter the hall.

Work on the trolley’s interior is underway, with Pulp Addiction expected to open this summer.

Planned menu offerings at Pulp Addiction will include smoothie and bowl selections such as Coffee Kale made with cold brew coffee, almond butter, kale, banana, cinnamon and a shot of espresso and Monkey Chow, made with peanut butter, banana, cacao and chocolate chips, as well as a variety of add-ins and toppings including whey protein, flax seed, matcha, fruits, granola, honey and herbs.

The AJC gets an advance tour of the new Marietta Square Market, located within in walking distance of the Marietta Square. Video by Ryon Horne, Yvonne Zusel/AJC)

The menu also features cold-pressed juices and juice shots; West Coast-inspired salads including the Bright & Sweet which incorporates greens, chickpeas, apples, roasted carrots, sweet potatoes, edamame, fennel and parmesan; and breakfast offerings such as the Everyday Oats with vanilla, coconut milk, yogurt and honey or chia, nuts and seeds.

Located at 68 North Marietta Pkwy NW, Marietta Square Market opened in late March. The project seeks to be Marietta’s answer to Atlanta’s Krog Street Market and Ponce City Market, a food hall that is home to 16 culinary and beverage concepts, plus two retail spots.

The 18,500 square-foot space has an old train station theme, drawing on the county’s long locomotive history. 


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