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Housed in a nondescript structure on Carroll Street, Little's Food Store may be easy to overlook; but be assured you will be missing out on some delicious burgers. Little's Food Store was established in 1929, and has remained unchanged since then. The grocery store and deli has been delighting customers for more than eight decades, garnering a huge clientele that only keeps on growing. The burgers keep people coming back for more. The patty is rich making each bite heavenly, and is well complemented by vegetables and sauces. Vegetarian and vegan options are also available. The supermarket stores fresh grocery, wines, beer, candy, bread and any food item you may require.
The quiet area around Grant Park's Milledge Fountain gets transformed into a space bustling with activity on Sundays, thanks to Grant Park Farmers Market. An initiative started by the Grant Park Conservancy, this market quickly rose to become one of the best since its inception in 2001. The aim of this market is to promote local producers, and provide the people with fresh, quality goods. Grant Park Farmers Market goes beyond being a mere shopping venue and also plays host to various events that are entertaining and educational.
Located a little away from downtown Atlanta, Candler Park Market has been the neighborhood mainstay for fresh produce, groceries and other food products. The expansive store offers everything from organic and health food products to deli products and wines. The store also has a deli and restaurant offering freshly made sandwiches and other bites. Check website for more.
Probably the city’s oldest organic outdoor farmer’s market, the Morningside Farmers’ Market has been operating on North Highland Avenue since 1995. Open each Saturday morning year-round, the Market features vendors and artisans selling their own organic produce, sustainably raised meats, artisan breads and handmade goods. What you’ll find at the market depends on what’s in season, but rest assured that it’s always fresh and from local farmers and producers from no more than two hours away. As a bonus, the Morningside Market regularly features cooking demonstrations by some of Atlanta’s most highly regarded chefs. Spend the morning strolling the market and other quaint shops and restaurants in this pedestrian friendly neighborhood.
One of the largest outdoor markets in the city, the Peachtree Road Farmers Market offers produce, plants, food goods, arts and crafts from local producers. Located in the parking lot of St. Philip’s Cathedral, the market is open on Saturday mornings from April to December. With locally roasted coffee and fresh pastries on site, come early and grab some breakfast while you shop. Friendly vendors are happy to share samples of their goods such as honey, artisan cheeses and yogurt to name a few. Of course, you’ll also find lots of organic and locally grown seasonal produce direct from the farm. Live cooking demos, offered each week by some of Atlanta’s top chefs, will help you transform your farm finds into a delectable dish.