Welcome to The Cockentrice

Join us for a celebration of charcuterie and meat cookery — melding traditional and modern cooking techniques plucked from the rich heritage of the Southern United States and beyond. Now open in Atlanta’s Krog Street Market.
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Noun: One of the more fanciful and imaginative dishes of the Middle Ages, made most often by sewing a pig and a capon together to create a single creature, a “new” animal that would not only feed the masses, but amuse and amaze them as well.

New American Charcuterie

Delivered by on-site butchers purveying the finest pastured meats, and cheese mongers partnering hand-in-hand with premium local dairies, Chef Kevin Ouzts presents a decisive menu utilizing the preeminent ingredients he’s become known for at The Spotted Trotter.

The Spotted Trotter



Reservations can be made online or by calling the restaurant at (470)428-2733. Information about accommodating a party of 6 or more, our Chef’s Table, notifying us of allergens, scheduling a buy-out for a special occasion, or for any other unique request can be found here.

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Seasonal Offerings Menu

Through these offerings, it is the restaurant’s mission to pay tribute to the farmers, the service industry and their families, and ever-engaged and fiercely-supportive food community. To view the current menu, click here.


Ouzts has a gift that goes beyond flavor balance and into the realm of flavor valence. His ingredients don’t just complement one another; they bond with an electric charge.

It snorts, it gobbles, it thrills

John Kessler, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Cockentrice will be many diners’ first exposure to Ouzts’ chef chops. Ouzts is making some seriously creative and seriously sophisticated food.

First Look: The Cockentrice

Angela Hansberger, Creative Loafing

This new full-service restaurant shows a deep creativity not just with meat of all stripes, but with contemporary American cooking in general.

10 Hottest New Restaurants in Atlanta

Christopher Hassiotis, Zagat

Ouzts’ cooking is aimed at pushing the boundaries of preparing and pairing meat, while acknowledging his debts to the past.

First Look: The Cockentrice

Bob Townsend, AJC.com

The Cockentrice is located in the newly opened Krog Street Market in Atlanta’s Inman Park.

Address & Directions

99 Krog St., Suite V
Atlanta, GA 30307

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(470) 428-2733

Brunch & Dinner Hours

Monday: Closed
Tuesday–Thursday: 6:00pm to 10:00pm
Friday: 6:00pm to 12:00am
Saturday: 3:00pm to 12:00am
Sunday: 3:00pm to 9:00pm


*Kitchen closes at 10:00pm nightly, 9:00pm on Sunday. Bar open until midnight Friday-Saturday. Charcuterie menu available until close every night.

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We hope that you will be our guest at The Cockentrice!