End of Summer Celebration! – Upcoming Fun!

End of Summer Celebration! – Upcoming Fun!

Get one last wear those summer whites! Stop by The Spotted Trotter for all of your Labor Day BBQ essentials. For the entire month of September bring in a receipt from the Spotted Trotter to The Cockentrice and receive 10% off your entire dinner bill. Vice versa receive 10% off at the Spotted Trotter should you dine at The Cockentrice.  Saturday, September 10, 2016 Atlanta BeltLine Lantern...

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End of Summer Celebration- Upcoming Fun!

End of Summer Celebration- Upcoming Fun!

Get one last wear those summer whites! Stop by The Spotted Trotter for all of your Labor Day BBQ essentials. For the entire month of September bring in a receipt from the Spotted Trotter to The Cockentrice and receive 10% off your entire dinner bill. Vice versa receive 10% off at the Spotted Trotter should you dine at The Cockentrice.  Saturday, September 10, 2016 Atlanta BeltLine Lantern...

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Menu for the Week of August 4th, 2016 – Back Again!

Menu for the Week of August 4th, 2016 – Back Again!

Hi, It’s that time of year again that Summer is winding down (already!?) and traffic is horrific. Best of all though kids are back in school. And The Spotted Trotter is sure that you need some new meal plans (brined chickens, kielbasa, hanger), lunches (sausages, cheese), snacks (think snack sticks or jerky!) If it’s been a few months due to the hot, hot summer or you’ve been...

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The Week of July 11th, 2016- To Be Amazed and Amused!

“What is a Cockentrice anyway?” Noun: One of the more fanciful and imaginative dishes of the Middle Ages, made most often by sewing a pig and a capon together to create a single creature, a “new” animal that would not only feed the masses, but amuse and amaze them as well. Greetings, Atlanta Neighbors! By now, we hope you think of The Cockentrice at Krog Street Market as a place to be...

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The Week of July 11th, 2016- To Be Amazed and Amused

“What is a Cockentrice anyway?” Noun: One of the more fanciful and imaginative dishes of the Middle Ages, made most often by sewing a pig and a capon together to create a single creature, a “new” animal that would not only feed the masses, but amuse and amaze them as well. Greetings, Atlanta Neighbors! By now, we hope you think of The Cockentrice at Krog Street Market as a place to be...

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Menu for the Week of June 27, 2016- Happy 4th!

Menu for the Week of June 27, 2016- Happy 4th!

Hi! We have been waiting with great anticipation for the 4th of July here at The Spotted Trotter for weeks now!  Fireworks, Peachtree Road Race, Burgers and Sausages, Grilling, Family, Friends, a 3 day weekend and more Burgers – what could be better!?  Maybe a good beer or glass of wine from our friends at Hop City! If you stop in at our shop at Krog St. Market, Hop City is more than...

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