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

Rendering of the future Colony Square / Rendering courtesy of The Wilbert Group
Rendering of the future Colony Square / Rendering courtesy of The Wilbert Group

Credit: Yvonne Zusel

Credit: Yvonne Zusel

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.

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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