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Colony Square food hall Main & Main gets new Texas-based operator

Colony Square’s forthcoming Main & Main food hall has changed operators.

Texas-based Oz Rey LLC will develop and operate the 28,000 square-foot food hall at Midtown mixed-use development Colony Square, owned by real estate company North American Properties, Atlanta Business Chronicle reports. 

Oz Rey will replace Steve Palmer, restaurateur and managing partner for Charleston-based hospitality and consulting group Indigo Road, who was set to curate food operators for Main & Main. In Atlanta, Indigo Road operates O-Ku and Donetto in West Midtown, Oak Steakhouse and Colletta at Avalon in Alpharetta and Tiny Lou’s at Hotel Clermont.

“The developer decided to go with a firm that already has experience in operating food halls,” Palmer told the AJC.

Palmer still plans to open sushi restaurant Sukoshi outside the food hall at Colony Square.

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Oz Rey operates Finn Hall food hall in Houston. Set to open in 2020, Main & Main will feature 15-18 culinary concepts and two bars.

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