Spice Road Chicken, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams and Inman Park Pet Works to open at Inman Park development.
Paces Properties in a press release Wednesday announced the addition of three new tenants to its Krog Street Market lineup.
Spice Road Chicken, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, and Inman Park Pet Works, all owned by women, will join the Inman Park development in July, according to the release.
“Our tenant mix is incredible and to have James Beard winners and nominees makes us so fortunate to have so many great women involved in this project,” Pat Wilson of Paces Properties said in the release.
“There are also several other women owners and co-owners that we’ve announced previously, from Megan Ouzts at the Spotted Trotter to Xanic Dunning of Pannus Bakery, from Cindy Tarrant at French Market Florist to Jennifer Johnson of Fred’s Meat & Bread and Yvonne Kahn of Gu’s Dumplings. Without these women this project wouldn’t be nearly as successful.”
To date, a mix of thirteen restaurants, market stalls and retailers have been released including today’s additions:
Spice Road Chicken — A “market stall” from Chef Asha Gomez, a 2013 James Beard nominee for Best New Restaurant (Cardamom Hill). The stall will feature fried and rotisserie chicken, and a variety of signature sides in a 410-square-foot space.
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams — Ice creams, sorbets, and frozen yogurts built from the ground up with all sourced ingredients from around the world. The flavors found at Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams range from seasonal made with fresh, whole fruits and vegetables, to the traditional chocolate and vanilla flavors made with bean-to-bar chocolate and Fair Trade-Certified vanilla. Jeni’s founder Jeni Britton Bauer is a James Beard Award-winning cookbook author who launched Jeni’s in 2002. Jeni’s will occupy a 414-square-foot space according to the release.
Inman Park Pet Works — A one-stop-shop for treats, toys and gift items for your pets! Pet Works will take a 400-square-foot space at Krog Street Market.
What other restaurant / retailers would you like to see at Krog Street Market? Share your thoughts in the comments!