Cousins Maine Lobster is one of the last stores to join the Marietta Square Market roster.  
Photo: CONTRIBUTED BY HENRI HOLLIS
Photo: CONTRIBUTED BY HENRI HOLLIS

Cobb food hall announces full lineup: Now includes lobster rolls, Cuban

We finally know all the businesses that are set to fill the yet-opened Marietta Square Market food hall.

Developers announced the full slate on Monday. In all, there will be 17 eateries.

The five new additions are: Cousins Maine Lobster, D’Cuban Café, Four Fat Cows Ice Cream, Just Loaf’n Cajun Café and ‘Merica Clothing Co.

Construction is in its final phases, and individual merchants are beginning interior finishes of their spaces.


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Jennifer Nilsson, who is handling public relations for the food hall, said that they expect to open in January 2019.

The project was announced with a completion date of March 31, 2018.  As that time approached, the market said on its Facebook page that they were looking toward“late fall.”

The food hall project was announced in late March 2017. The 18,000-square-foot mixed-use complex was pitched as an OTP version of Atlanta-places-to-be-seen Krog Street and Ponce City markets.


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The food hall will be inside the historic Marietta Station buildings at 68 N. Marietta Parkway NW. The space will have an old train station theme, playing on Cobb’s long locomotive history. 

Cousins Maine may sound familiar. As reported when the eatery announced the opening of its Lenox Square location, what started as a lone food truck in California in 2012 got a $55,000 investment from Barbara Corcoran when the men appeared on ABC show “Shark Tank.”

D’Cuban has two Norcross locations. They serve Cuban classics from pastelitos to pan con bistec.

Four Fat Cows, hailing from Alpharetta, often makes lists of the best ice cream in Atlanta. They’re known for their “puffle” cone — a puffy vanilla cake cone.

Just Loaf’n Cajun Café connects the Big Easy and Gem City. This Grant Park ex-pat is known for the French bread with its poboys.

‘Merica Clothing Co. will inhabit a pop-up style store at the Market. They sell hats, apparel and accessories.


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Here’s the full roster:

Food

Bread + Butter Bakery: bakery and coffee 

BullGogi: Korean fast casual

Cousins Maine Lobster: Maine-inspired lobster dishes

Crème de la Crepe: crepes 

D’Cuban Café: Cuban

Forno: wood-fired pizza spot with a bar 

Four Fat Cows: ice cream

Grand Champion BBQ: barbecue 

Just Loaf’n Cajun Café: New Orleans poboys

Lucky’s Burger & Brew: burgers, wings, salads, shakes 

Meat in the Middle: “Southern sandwiches and sides”

Momo Son Ramen: ramen 

Pita Mediterranean: Mediterranean food 

Shai-Karr: Thai street food

Street Taco: taqueria 

Tandoori Square: Indian street food 

Tiny Bubbles Tea Bar: bubble tea 

Not food

Glory Haus: inspirational gifts and home decor

‘Merica Clothing Co.: Adventure-themed apparel and goods

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