Now more than a year old, Marietta Square Market is home to a wide variety of food vendors offering a range of cuisine, from ramen to Mediterranean to barbecue. Prior to the food hall's reopening announcement, a majority of its vendors had closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. When dining editor Ligaya Figueras visited for Atlanta Orders In, five vendors were serving food: Grand Champion BBQ, Lucky's Burgers and Brew, Forno Vero, Ponko Chicken and Four Fat Cows Ice Cream and Bakery.
Now that restaurants have had a couple of weeks to observe and understand the guidelines for reopening, nearly all of Marietta Square Market’s restaurant vendors will simultaneously reopen. The food hall will continue to offer takeout ordering with curbside pickup available for those who prefer not to go inside.
To accommodate those diners, Marietta Square Market will soon launch a new ordering system that provides a single portal for ordering from all of the food hall’s restaurants. Dippolito previously mentioned the innovation , but now says that the ordering system will tentatively be launched next week. The new ordering solution would allow customers to order from all of the market’s food vendors in one online location, and Dippolito noted that the system would remain in place on a permanent basis.
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