The Daiquiri Fac­tory

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blueprint for this “re­fur­bished in­dus­trial” trend when it opened last fall. Krog Street Mar­ket sig­naled from the start it was tak­ing ca­sual, communal din­ing spa­ces to an­other level, as the pi­o­neer­ing restau­rants were a Ja­panese grill and bar from chef Jey Oh, and a French-themed cre­ation of an­other At­lanta vet­eran of “Top Chef,” Eli Kirshtein.

In its first full year, Krog Street Mar­ket has ex­panded to 13 restau­rants rang­ing from the hot dog stand to

to

Craft Iza­kaya,

Su­per­ica,

The Lu­mi­nary,

Frankly Grand Cham­pion BBQ The Lit­tle Tart Bakeshop. Fred’s Meat & Bread,

in ad­di­tion to sound­ing like the qual­i­ties I look for in a hus­band, is a pow­er­house sand­wich shop, with burg­ers, cheese steaks and po’boys.

For more in­ter­na­tional fla­vors, Krog Street Mar­ket en­com­passes Mex­i­can at

Mid­dle East­ern at and Szechuan cui­sine at

While the new-wave food courts at Ponce City Mar­ket and Krog Street Mar-

Yalla Gu’s Dumplings.

A smor­gas­bord of restau­rants pop up in Mid­town an­nu­ally, but Henry’s Mid­town Tav­ern has es­tab­lished it­self as a down­home fa­vorite. With pork that’s braised over three days and cooked overnight, Henry’s strives to pro­vide chef-driven cui­sine in a neigh­bor­hood speakeasy at­mos­phere. The menu is high­lighted by burg­ers, ta­cos and dogs, and the pa­tio is a buf­fet of eye candy dur­ing brunch in the warmer months.

While the rain­bow wall of frozen-drink ma­chines is the cen­ter­piece of The Daiquiri Fac­tory, the food menu has con­tin­ued

De­cem­ber 11, 2015

to ex­pand and at­tract throngs of LGBT din­ers. Seafood lovers have turned a trip to The Daiquiri Fac­tory into a Mon­day rit­ual for its all-you-can-eat snow crabs. to new heights with in­gre­di­ents like buf­falo moz­zarella and spicy salami. The in­door din­ing room fea­tures cafe­te­ria seat­ing and a full view of the restau­rant’s mes­mer­iz­ing pizza ovens, while the back­yard pa­tio of­fers ro­man­tic nooks to enjoy a pri­vate din­ner.

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