Restaurants in the BeltLine Corridor

Some of Atlanta's best restaurants can be found in the BeltLine corridor; enough to expand your own belt line if you're not careful. Good thing there are long stretches of path to walk it off if you overindulge a bit. How about a progressive dinner up and down the Eastside Trail? You can burn some calories and work up a thirst in between stops.

Ponce City Market features the spectacular Food Hall which can be accessed directly from the Eastside Trail by hungry and thirsty pedestrians and cyclists. Down the Line an easy stroll south you'll find Krog Street Market, a 12,000 square foot west coast-style market and cluster of restaurants and watering holes in Inman Park.

This is where you'll find the 411 on the best of the BeltLine when it comes to eatin' and drinkin'. We'll keep you informed of specials and discounts, too.

Krog Street Market Opens Spring 2014

Krog Street Market is one of the latest examples of how the BeltLine continues to catalyze adaptive reuse of historic properties within it’s corridor. The 1920’s industrial warehouse at 99 Krog Street which once served as Tyler Perry’s studio reopens in Spring of 2014 as a west-coast style market and restaurants. 222 apartments are soon to follow on the Stoveworks property across the street and will have several hundred feet of Eastside Trail frontage. In 1889 Atlanta Stoveworks introduced … [Read more...]