Atlanta is home to so many neighborhood markets and local grocery stores
Beyond Ponce City Market, Atlanta boasts several neighborhood market spots and local grocery stores. There’s never been a more important time to support local businesses. If you feel like you should trade in your weekly shop at Walmart for something closer to the community, then this list is for you.
Here’s a list of some of our favorite places to get our groceries in Atlanta:
1. Star Provisions Market & Cafe
Known for their gourmet foods, get your cheese, meat, seafood and more at Star Provisions. This shop also provides breakfast and lunch, so you can grab a bite before you get your groceries.
2. Brookhaven Farmers Market
There are some incredible vendors at Brookhaven’s Farmers Market. Make this place your Saturday tradition, with places to get your weekly groceries along with some tasty treats. The market is known by locals for is very quality products – everything from coffee to fresh produce.
3.The Pantry & Provisions
The Pantry & Provisions is a hidden chef’s counter serving gourmet sandwiches. At night they transform their client’s vision into culinary experiences, like an intimate meal from the chef to Spanish tapas.
4. Westview Corner Grocery
There’s a fabulous selection of organic and vegan food at Westview Corner Grocery. Get anything you’d ever need, including organic wine and beers. Locals are loving the coffee available too, so grab one to go when you check out your groceries.
5. Carver Neighborhood Market
Where: South Atlanta
A grocery store with welcoming staff who’ll serve you up a delicious cup of coffee. Carver Neighborhood Market is a great community store, perfect to grab your weekly groceries in South Atlanta.
6. Floral Park Market
Where: Berkley Park
Floral Park Market is Atlanta’s gourmet neighborhood market offering all things local. Specializing in prepared meals, grab and go lunches, and farm fresh produce, this place is great for a delicious pick-me-up.
BAG’d is Atlanta’s new way to get your fresh fruits and vegetables. Locally grown produce, add ons and wellness products delivered directly to your door! BAG’d offer weekly or bi-weekly subscriptions for the freshest fruit and veg.
8. Hickory Hill Farm
Where: Freedom Farmers Market
Hickory Hill Farm is a small sustainable organic produce farm in northeast GA. They set up shop at the incredible Freedom Farmers Market every Saturday. They’ve farmed for 6 generations and are a proud Georgia Centennial Farm.
9. Lucy’s Market
Set in a rustic space, Lucy’s Market offers locally sourced produce, prepared foods & baked goods. You have to try the chips & guac. It’ll become your new Atlantan obsession.
10. Grant Park Market
Where: Grant Park
The oldest city park in Atlanta is also home to one of the best markets. Explore and sample all the great vendors on offer at Grant Park Market. Check this hotspot out if you’re a cheese lover.