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Everyday Market open in Old Fourth Ward and more dining news from the week

The owner of Charleston’s Queen Street Grocery has opened a market in Old Fourth Ward, with a cafe soon to follow. 

Everyday Market is now open in the former Across the Street space at 670 Highland Ave., Eater Atlanta first reported

The market currently sells household items such as paper towels, as well as packaged goods including pasta and milk as well as locally-made items including bread from Alon’s and Doux South Pickles. Also look for wine, beer, kombucha and mineral water.

Owner Rob Bouton reportedly hopes to open bar and restaurant Field Day in the former Across the Street space by the end of the year.

•Mychal “Snoop” Dillard, who owns Escobar in Castleberry Hill with rapper 2 Chainz as well as several other Atlanta businesses, is planning to open Skinny’s Hot Chicken in Little Five Points in the former Kimi’s Bistro space, What Now Atlanta reports

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Crafthall Kitchen in Sandy Springs is temporarily closed due to a management overhaul, according to the restaurant’s Facebook page.

•The Atlanta Marriott Marquis is renovating its in-house restaurant, Sear, with plans to re-open in late December.

•Ford Fry’s West Midtown restaurant Marcel will begin serving lunch from 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Monday-Friday beginning Dec. 3.


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