Located in Inman Park, across from Krog Street Market. On the Atlanta BeltLine.
The Atlanta Stove Works, a former pot-belly stove and iron-pan factory opened in 1889, and flourished in the 1920s when it began exporting the 32 BOX stove that sparked industrial demand and expansion.
After decades and decline Stove Works was abandoned around 1988 before being transformed into a mixed-use development of offices and restaurants, such as Rathbun's, Bell Street Burritos & Krog Bar. Located adjacent to apartment complex, Alexan on Krog.
112 Krog Street
Atlanta, GA 30307
The Atlanta BeltLine is the most comprehensive transportation and economic development effort ever undertaken in the City of Atlanta and among the largest, most wide-ranging urban redevelopment programs currently underway in the United States. The Atlanta BeltLine is a sustainable redevelopment project that is transforming the city. It will ultimately connect 45 intown neighborhoods via a 22-mile loop of multi-use trails, modern streetcar, and parks – all based on railroad corridors that formerly encircled Atlanta. When completed, it will provide first and last mile connectivity for regional transportation initiatives and put Atlanta on a path to 21st century economic growth and sustainability.
The Eastside Trail extension, currently under the final stages of constructions, runs directly next to Stove Works. The trail will eventually continue on to Reynoldstown.
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1889 – The Atlanta Stove Works brought to Atlanta a revolutionary idea in the field of cooking – the Barrett Range – made of cast iron.
1935 – The Atlanta Stove Works was making approximately $500,000 per year.
1969 – Under the leadership of Mr. Saunders Jones, sales had grown in excess of $35 million per year with employment of over 500 people.
1987 – The Atlanta Stove Works closed their doors after almost 100 years of being in business.
2004 – The abandoned factory was transformed into a mixed-used development of offices and restaurants.
2006 – Tyler Perry purchased the land from Atlanta Stage Works for a reported $7 million.
2008 – Tyler Perry officially opened the 200,000 square foot space as Tyler Perry Studios, where he went on to make 16 movies, 14 stage plays, and 5 television programs.
2012 – Paces Properties purchased the space in October, with plans to transform it in to a mixed-use ‘epicurean center.’
2018 – Stove Works is acquired by Asana Partners in May, offering authentic dining experiences and creative office space along the Atlanta BeltLine.
Modern American Cuisine by Award-Winning Chef Kevin Rathbun
Monday - Thursday: 5:30-10:00PM
Friday and Saturday: 5:30-11:00PM
BELL STREET BURRITO
Burritos - Quesadillas - Tacos
Stylist wine bar with Spanish-style tapas