Everyday market, located in the former ATS Market space, is open on Highland Avenue in the Old Fourth Ward. The market, owned by Rob Bouton of Charleston’s Queen Street Grocery, is open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and sells household essentials, grab-and-go food, coffee, wine, and beer.
Bouton hopes to open Field Day cafe and bar next door in the former Across the Street Mexican restaurant by the end of the year.
Everyday is still stocking up, but currently sells grocery items like paper towels, cheese, bacon, pasta, milk, and yogurt, along with baked goods and breads from Alon’s Bakery and local products from Doux South Pickles and East Pole Coffee. Wine, ranging in price from $10 to $35, beer, kombucha, and mineral water are also available. The market is dog-friendly and plans to include dog treats on the shelves soon.
Manager Hanna Houle expects to add more to the shop’s inventory based on patron feedback and requested items. Bouton told Eater Atlanta in July, “I want the neighborhood to dictate what we sell at Everyday. If you don’t see a product, write it down, and we’ll get it. This is your store.”
Eater Atlanta has reached out to Bouton for more details on the market and Field Day’s opening ETA.
Everyday market is open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
670 Highland Avenue, Atlanta. fielddayeveryday.com