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Turning 15, Irwin Street Market is as “quirky and funky” as ever

When the pandemic began, Jake Rothschild was ambivalent about what might happen with the market that relies so heavily on foot traffic. But Glide Pizza opened a takeout window in July, followed by two new tenants, D.B.A Sandwich Company and Bottega Benne, and the market was rejuvenated.

Irwin Street Market founder to open the Market at Center Park in March

Irwin Street Market and Jake’s Ice Creams founder Jake Rothschild is opening the Market at Center Park in East Point. It will feature 300 square feet of locally made goods, ranging from bread and pasta to chocolates and pies.

Doctah Mojo’s Juice Clinic soft opens this weekend in Irwin Street Market

Irwin Street Market is getting yet another new tenant. Founder Jake Rothschild of Jake’s Ice Cream has teamed up with John Wright of Organic Mountains honey to open Doctah Mojo’s Juice Clinic. An organic and gluten-free juice and smoothie shop, Doctah Mojo’s will serve a limited menu this weekend while collecting donations during the Inman Park Festival. Wright says the full launch will be in May.

Jake’s Ice Cream founder starts Atlanta Supper Club

Founder of Jake’s Ice Cream and the Irwin Street Market, Jake Rothschild has a new project under his apron: the Atlanta Supper Club. Rothschild is teaming up with Kimy Kennedy, owner of Peachtree Estate Sales, and Le Cordon Bleu to offer pop-up dinners and cooking classes targeted at those age 35 and older. The events will take place in the dining room and cooking school at the Irwin Street Market, Le Cordon Bleu, Sweet Selma Farms, and restaurants around the city. Those interested can join the Meetup group. The first events will be held in March. Rothschild shares details below.

Changes at Irwin Street Market—including a new restaurant

Big changes are in the works at the Irwin Street Market. According to Jake Rothschild, founder of Jake’s Ice Cream, Picnic! has moved and now shares space with Hilda’s, forming a larger dining room with table service for the entire market. The actual market is expanding into the Funky Monkey space and adding a tasting room where customers can sample the goods being sold, from jams to mustards to pestos. A new bakery, coffee shop and tearoom called JDR Delishery has taken over the old Picnic space and serves house-made bagels, pies, macaroons, truffles and more.

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