Take a seat in the captain’s chair at the bar and get ready to hunker down. Ticonderoga Club brings quirky interior elements and colonial-inspired cuisine to Atlanta, GA.
While Ticonderoga Club is located inside Krog Street Market’s modern-day food hall, a step through the screen door takes guests on a voyage back to the 18th century. Named after Fort Ticonderoga, “America’s most historic landmark,” the interior buildout of the space complements its Revolutionary-era namesake.
Aged brick walls paired with colonial blue and rust tones adds character to the eclectic space while red sawn cedar wood accents the patio trellis and supports the mezzanine. Grab a craft cocktail at the centerpiece bar, complete with a whimsical captain’s seat and patriot soldier mural. Hanging light fixtures and multicolored string lights enhance the tavern’s warm glow. Place an order at Ticonderoga Club’s hidden door connecting the kitchen to the porch, and enjoy your spiedie sandwich to-go.