“Georgian-Thai” pop-up concept Talat Market in 2019 is going permanent, according to a thoughtful report Thursday by Atlanta Magazine.
Parnass Lim Savang and Rod Lassiter, the chefs, and owners of the concept launched a GoFundMe page for the project with a goal of raising $10,000.
“A Talat brick-and-mortar restaurant has been the ultimate dream of ours for a while now,” according to the fundraising page.
“To have space where we can create something unique, and hope that everyone that walks through those doors sees and feels the love we’ve put into it.”
In its new home at 112 Ormond Street, Talat Market will offer an attached produce and Thai imports stand, in addition to a covered outdoor patio.
Talat Market will be one of at least three businesses replacing an Asian market in the soon-to-be renovated site, according to marketing materials for the “adaptive reuse” project.
For the other spaces, developer Haverhill Realty is seeking uses like a grocery store, a coffee shop, a juice bar, a bakery, retail boutique, a gym/fitness studio, a yoga studio, a dog groomer, a medical related (urgent care or practice) or a small business (architect, attorney, accountant, insurance, real estate agency.)