Bell Street Burritos open at Stove Works in Inman Park

101012firstlookThere’s a new place for you to get your burrito fix just steps from the Eastside Beltline trail.

Bell Street Burritos has opened its third location in the Stove Works complex at 112 Krog St. in Inman Park. The 2300-square-foot, two-story restaurant features seating for 130, an outdoor covered patio, upstairs dining and private event space, as well as seating on the mezzanine level. Stove Works is also home to Kevin Rathbun’s ventures Rathbun’s and Krog Bar.

The opening is a return to the neighborhood for Bell Street, which previously had an outpost at Irwin Street Market.

Matt Hinton, owner of Bell Street Burritos, at his stall in the Sweet Auburn Curb Market in 2011. / AJC file photo

Matt Hinton, owner of Bell Street Burritos, at his stall in the Sweet Auburn Curb Market in 2011. / AJC file photo

“Our goal, for the past three years, has been to get back into the neighborhood, and back on the BeltLine,” owner Matt Hinton, a former Morehouse and Spelman College religion professor, said in a statement. “So, opening this location in the Stove Works is especially pleasing to us.”

In addition to the new Inman Park location, Bell Street also has spots in Sweet Auburn Curb Market and in Buckhead at 1816 Peachtree St.

Bell Street’s menu features a variety of tacos, burritos, quesadillas and other Mexican-style entrees.

Bell Street Burritos, 112 Krog St. NE #1A, Atlanta. bellstreetburritos.com

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