food at greyline station

the Beyond Grits Guide to

Greyline Station

Snack While You Shop

Lexington’s newest mixed-use development, this former Greyhound bus depot is now a Northside icon full of locally owned eateries and retailers, and an event space for cultural and community events. Anchor tenant Julietta Market alone boasts 60 small business kiosks, 20 pop-up spaces, seven food stalls, a community art gallery and a shared kitchen. Their mission to remove the barriers to business ownership for marginalized groups has resulted in one of Lexington’s most delightfully eclectic experiences.

Inside Julietta Market

Greyline Station houses Julietta Market, a nonprofit public market that promotes opportunity, growth, and connection. This includes pop-up spaces, business kiosks, food stalls, a shared kitchen, and even an art gallery.

Julietta Market is home to a number of vendors with delicious and unique offerings. If you have a sweet tooth, places like: Miss Delany Cakes, Habibi’s Sweets, Papa Pretzel, and Natalia’s Pastries are the perfect place to grab a treat. If you’re looking for something a little more substantial, then Da Dawg House, The Salad Bar, and Soul 2 Go are great options. When you get thirsty, you can enjoy a cocktail from XNorma, or some tasty soda at Chui’s Ice Cream and Soda Pop shop.

“In an effort to level the playing field, we have created a space where people from all walks of life and backgrounds can pursue achievement and success without having to confront many of the typical barriers to entry.”

– Julitetta Market’s Statement of Compassion & Inclusivity