In case you missed it, here's the latest in Krog Street Market tenant updates: In addition to Latin pastries, Szechuan dumplings, and Kerala fried chicken, we can now also look forward to sushi and fresh-caught seafood joining the ranks of the Krog Street Market. The Inman Park development, which is slated for a summer 2014 opening, recently unveiled two more tenants planning to settle in to the 1920s warehouse space: Craft Izakaya, a Japanese fusion and sushi joint, and an as yet unnamed fresh seafood counter from Off The Dock Seafood.
Described as "a modern play on your typical izakaya," Craft Izakaya will be spearheaded by Executive Chef Jey Oh of Sushi Huku. The eatery will specialize in sushi, Japanese fusion fare and high-end sake, along with yakitori grilled over Japanese charcoal.
Unnamed Concept from Off the Dock Seafood
This market stall comes from a pair of fishmongers, Thom Duncan and Jeff McGhee, who started purveying fish through Off The Dock Seafood three years ago. The 800-square-foot shop will feature both fresh fish to-go and dine-in counter service.
The news comes two months on the heels of an announcement naming Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams and Cardamom Hill's Asha Gomez as the market's latest additions. over the past six months, the mixed-use development has slowly but surely announced more than a dozen restaurants and merchants joining its ranks: a dumpling shop from Buford Highway's own Gu's Bistro, pastries from The Little Tart Bakeshop, and concepts from celebrated local chefs Eli Kirshtein and Ford Fry, to name a few.
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