Before working with a client to find this adorable house within walking distance to the Marietta Square, my visits had been limited to jury duty and picking up Paul’s Pot Pies. I began to feel right at home in the not-so-far-away small town atmosphere. To continue my research, I suggested a date night promising to find a spot with a wide variety of obscure beers. I found it at Two Birds Taphouse . The square on a Friday night was packed with people and fun things to do. It has officially come to life with a variety of housing options, new restaurants, Glover Park Brewery and the upcoming Marietta Square Market, a redeveloped historic warehouse with eateries. Where else can you feel like you are in a small town but have easy access to 75?
With a wood stone pizza oven and regional beers in a beautifully-designed industrial space, this is a winner of a date night pick. Hubby was happy with his dark, murky brews and pizza.
As we walked back to our car, we noticed that Kiosco, the Columbian restaurant was still as filled with diners as it was when we walked by earlier. There was also a blues band playing at Hawg & Ale across the street. Gotta love that name!
Find more information on Marietta Square restaurants here.
There are many things to do at the square, but here are just a few.
Grab a drink at one of the bars or restaurants on the square and enjoy local artists and performers along sidewalks as well as in open galleries.
One of the biggest farmer’s markets in the state with Saturday and Sunday hours.
A hugely popular, bring your own tailgate concert in the park series with throwback bands and other concerts.
Reopened after a comprehensive restoration in 2009, the Earl Smith Strand Theatre hosts concerts, plays and special events.
Want to check out Marietta for a night? Try a Marietta Food Tour. I’ll give you a list of available houses in the area before you go…..just so you will have a taste of the market activity too.
Stroll, learn and taste through this guided tour of the food and history of the Marietta Square.
If walking to dinner, a coffee shop or the farmer’s market is on your list of top ten must-haves, then consider the Marietta Square. Want to learn more about living there? Connect and let’s talk about it!