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Atlanta’s Octane and Little Tart Expand Relationship in New Culinary Mall

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Krog St. Market

File this under “why it pays to have a good working relationship with your bakery partner.”

Grant Park, Atlanta-based Little Tart Bakeshop has announced that it has doubled its proposed footprint for a new foodie-destination-mall inside a revitalized warehouse building known as the Krog St. Market. The plan is to add a 200-square-foot coffee bar, with coffees provided by Atlanta’s Octane Coffee, with which the bakery already shares a space in Atlanta’s mixed use development The Jane.

Here’s the latest from the Krog St. developers, which hope to have the building ready for openings this summer:

Concept: Announced in September 2013, The Little Tart Bakeshop shared the following: Fresh-baked pastries hand made with local and seasonal ingredients. Favorites from LTB will appear at the KSM location including: croissants, local jam danish, assorted scones, local fruit galettes, tarts, granola, giant cheese puffs, French butter cookies and crème fraiche quiche. As of today, the LTB has expanded their footprint with the addition of 200 square feet to accommodate a new full coffee bar; true to its “local-first” focus, LTB will feature Octane beans in their coffee drinks from drip to espressos, cortados, lattes and more. It will be the only place in the market to get an espresso drink.

Here’s a look at the existing space the company’s share at The Jane:

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Photo by Octane Coffee


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