Southern Grace will be joining the upcoming Chamblee Tap & Market food hall.
Owner and chef Delorean Ostrom told What Now Atlanta that the menu will include the same favorites that customers have enjoyed from the company’s food truck. Southern Grace specializes in Southern-inspired eats, including breakfast sandwiches and signature dishes like shrimp and grits, pork belly breakfast tacos, meatloaf sandwiches and pulled pork mac and cheese.
The food hall coming to 3509 Broad Street in Chamblee is the work of Jeff Kimmel and David Heymann. The micro food hall will feature three food stalls, as well as Sidecar Coffee and a taproom boasting a curated selection of beer and wine. Slated to open in early 2024, it will be located adjacent to City Hall and the future Chamblee Town Center, positioning the food hall to be a central spot in downtown Chamblee.
Chamblee Tap & Market has partnered with real estate advisory terra alma to curate the food hall. The space is being designed by Vickers Design Group.
The presence in Chamblee is another step into brick-and-mortar for the Suwanee-based Southern Grace. The company recently signed a lease to open a location early next year at Terminal South, an upcoming project in the Peoplestown neighborhood that will include a food hall called Switchman Hall.