There are two new restaurants set to be a part of the proposed Marietta Square food hall, which has had its opening pushed back a season and a half.
The estimated completion date listed on the Marietta Historic Board of Review application was March 31, 2018.
The market recently said on its Facebook page that it now expects a “late fall” opening.
The food hall will be situated inside the historic Marietta Station buildings at 68 N. Marietta Parkway NW, which would make it about a seven-minute walk from its namesake Square.
For those who don’t remember: The market is set to be just behind the William Root House Museum & Garden.
It would have room for three anchor restaurants and eight smaller kiosks between 400 and 800 square feet for eateries or shops.
The food hall will have an old train station theme, drawing on the county’s long locomotive history.
One of the vendors would be inside a restored 1922 curved side streetcar made to look like the ones that ran from Marietta to Atlanta in the 1930s and ‘40s.
along with plans for a central bar providing a variety of alcohol and craft beers.
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