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SUNDAY – THURSDAY
11:30 AM – 9:00 PM

FRIDAY
11:30 AM – 9:30 PM

(Mon-Fri, we close for 1 hour, 4-5pm)

SATURDAY
11:30 AM – 10:00 PM


99 KROG STREET
ATLANTA, GA 30307

 
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Yalla is a modern Middle Eastern food stall at Krog Street Market from Chef Todd Ginsberg, Shelley Sweet, and Jennifer & Ben Johnson, the team behind The General Muir and Fred’s Meat & Bread. Our second location opened at The Canteen in June 2017 (please visit The Canteen site for information specific to that location)! In addition to favorites like falafel, shawarma, and kebabs, Yalla serves fresh, seasonal "salatim" (salads) and handcrafted, all natural, low sugar sodas.
“Let's Go!”

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THANKSGIVING HOURS
Thursday, November 23 CLOSED
We are otherwise open regular hours at our Krog Street Market location during the Thanksgiving weekend.

NEW LOCATION AT THE CANTEEN
We have opened a second Yalla location at The Canteen in Midtown/Tech Square and hope you'll visit if you're in the area! Please refer to The Canteen website for information about that location, including hours and menu. The website that you are on right now is specific to the Yalla location at Krog Street Market.

CATERING
With a much larger prep area at our new location at The Canteen, we will be centralizing all catering orders out of that location (of course, we can discuss the specifics of your order and have some flexibility depending on the size of your order). Please reach out about catering options! We make it easy to satisfy a variety of tastes and dietary needs, including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free. (Don't worry, the meat eaters in the group have plenty of options, too!)  

HOURS
Monday through Friday, Yalla is closed from 4-5pm in order to prepare for dinner. Our adjacent stall, Fred's Meat & Bread, is open during that time.

 

 

Sabich Pita at Yalla: No offense to the falafel or shawarma, but there’s one sandwich that stands above all others in the canon of Israeli cuisine, and that is the sabich pita. The foundation is fried eggplant, and Yalla has mastered the art, producing slices that are tender, smoky and dare we say, meaty? But the secret ingredient is the neon orange amba, made from mango and sundry spices. As with all Yalla dishes, feel free to customize, but the standard sabich composition with hummus, labne, tahini and hard-boiled egg is practically perfect.”

100 Dishes to Eat in Atlanta Now, Creative Loafing
April 20, 2017

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