209 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30303, USA
I love street markets and flea markets. So on my last trip to Atlanta, I decided to stop here. Auburn Street Market (old name) is a building where you can buy cooked food from the many restaurants, or fresh grown veggies and local meats to cook at your home. There's candy shops, bakeries, pizza shops, butchers, a soul food restaurant, and any other genre of food you can think of inside. Besides eating at a couple of the restaurants, I purchased some pralines and other sweets for my mom, some spices from one of the vendors, and sampled some infused water. If you like one-stop-shops, this is your type of place.
Blown away by the feel, friendliness, food choices, tastes, and qualities! First vsist I had hot food from restaurant, fresh produce from one vendor, warm baked goods from a bakery. Could have shopped more! All great
Love this place especially giving its rich history! Nice prices. Good food. I wish though the hours were longer so many of us including students can shop after work/class and that there’s more options (fresh deli vendor, more diversity of local farmers and fresh veggies). Glad to see more activity last few years but I definitely see more potential.
A vibrant, eclectic mix of eateries and market shops. Over 100 years of urban Atlanta history here... Very cool!
Great food selection in a small marketplace right on the Atlanta Streetcar line! This food hall offers a wide range of food including barbecue, burgers, pho, meatpies, flavored popcorm, seafood, and New York slices, Detroit squares, and Chicago deep-dish pizza. Plus, the variety of fresh produce stands and whole-hog butcher shops simplify your downtown grocery shopping!