KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — There’s no space for indecisiveness inside the Marble City Market in downtown Knoxville. Varying food options make mealtime decisions easier.
The new “food hall” concept space may remind you of a food court in the mall or an indoor food truck park. The best part is, 90 percent of the restaurants in the stall spaces are locally owned.
It will open Friday, November 5 at 11 a.m. When that time comes, it will be open seven days a week for food, beverages and events.
A spokesperson for Marble City Market, Lydia Mazzolini, said this is a positive way for businesses to expand beyond the food truck model and try out a brick and mortar spot.
“It’s a financially feasible model that brings all these restauranteurs into this group-centric setting and allows them to get out in the public and really expand their brand from that point forward,” said Mazzolini.
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