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25 Neighborhood and Locally Owned Markets Around Atlanta

Farm fresh produce and meat, local food goods, prepared meals, and pantry staples are all available at these neighborhood markets and locally owned grocery stores

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Staplehouse Market on Edgewood Avenue
| Ryan Fleisher

Atlantans are opting to shop at independently or family-owned grocery stores and neighborhood markets now more than ever before for pantry staples, eggs, meat, bread, and even toilet paper. Here are a few local markets around Atlanta to shop for groceries, household supplies, and essential items for the pantry, some with counter-service restaurants for grabbing a bite, too.

This list will continue to be updated with new locally owned markets and groceries.

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Westview Corner Grocery

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The independently owned Westview natural foods grocery is open daily for produce, pantry staples, household goods, and beer and wine. Be sure to follow on Instagram for market happenings, specials, and daily deals.

Star Provisions Market & Cafe

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The westside Atlanta market and cafe, owned by chef Anne Quatrano, sells fresh-baked breads and pastries, charcuterie and assorted cheeses, fresh seafood, and locally made household goods and pantry staples. Star Provisions also serves biscuits, sandwiches, and a variety of bowls and boards during breakfast and brunch.

Floral Park Market

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The congenial Berkeley Park neighborhood market on Trabert Avenue (located just up the street from Monday Night Brewing) is open for prepared meals, local produce, breads, and pies, pantry staples (like eggs, milk, cheese,) and other locally made foodstuffs. Be sure to check out the small gift shop and floral room before entering the market.

Atlanta State Farmers Market

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Open daily, this is a one-stop shopping experience with 150 acres of stalls selling local produce, cheeses, and meat, prepared foods, peanuts and pecans, and dried goods and spices, along with other seasonal vendors and a garden center selling plants.

Carver Neighborhood Market

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The southeast Atlanta market includes fresh produce, pantry goods, local foodstuffs, household supplies, and daily prepared meals. People can even order coffee online for pick-up. EBT accepted.

Jd's Summerhill Variety Deli

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This small market in Summerhill carries canned good, snacks and drinks, and even fresh produce. Grab everything from burgers to wings to Jamaican fare from the deli here, too.

Lucy's Market

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The Buckhead market includes fresh produce, prepared foods, wine, flowers, and other household goods. Some items can even be purchased online for curbside pick-up. Lucy’s now offers sandwiches, breads, and baked goods from marketplace Butterly ATL, part of Hopkins and Company. Gift baskets available.

Savi Provisions

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All of Savi Market’s Atlanta area locations are open for online ordering for pick up. Savi carries pantry and refrigerator staples, deli selections, prepared foods, baked goods, and beer and wine. Delivery is also available from some locations, which also carry prepared meals and spices from restaurant and market Bhojanic.

Grant Park Market

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The Grant Park neighborhood market is stocked with plenty of local pantry and refrigerator staples, paper products, flowers, wine, and beer. Grab a sandwich or burger to-go from the store’s counter-serve restaurant Gather. Online ordering available for Gather. There’s a takeout window, too.

Staplehouse

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The award-winning restaurant on Edgewood Avenue has transformed into a neighborhood market selling everything from artisan pantry ingredients and bags of house-made dry pasta, to pastries, chocolates, and beer and wine. Order prepared food from the takeout menu or cheese and charcuterie at the counter, grab a bottle of wine, beer, or a cocktail and head out back to the covered patio or garden patio. Open Thursday through Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

El Progreso #14

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El Progreso is one of those “in-the-know” kind of places in Atlanta. In addition to being a Mexican grocery and carniceria selling fresh produce and meats, the back counter serves some of the best tacos in town. Regulars swear by the beef barbacoa, spicy chorizo, and the al pastor. There’s even a small dining area here.

Little's Food Store

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This Cabbagetown neighborhood market carries plenty of produce, pantry staples, household goods, and cold beer and wine. The shop offers local delivery to the neighborhood, too. Grab a biscuit sandwich at breakfast or a burger or hot dog and basket of fries from the lunch counter for lunch or dinner here, too. Follow on Facebook for daily updates.

Everyday Market

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The small Old Fourth Ward market, located next door to sister restaurant Field Day, is open for wine, beer, prepared foods, and other local food goods and pantry items.

The Buttery ATL

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Owned by chef Linton Hopkins and Gina Hopkins of Holeman and Finch and H&F Burger, this petite market sells fresh-baked pastries and breads, meal kits, local meats and cheeses, foodstuffs and pantry staples from local producers, and prepared sandwiches and meals.

The Spotted Trotter

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The butcher shop on the edge of the Reynoldstown and Edgewood neighborhoods is open daily for meats, charcuterie, cheeses, and other dry goods. Order online for pick-up or delivery.

Sevananda Natural Foods Market

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The natural food co-op market in Little Five Points remains open daily for vegan, vegetarian, and local and organic food and pantry staples. Order online for pick-up.

Chop Shop

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The local butcher shop and market in the Edgewood neighborhood sells eggs, cheeses, wine, and other local pantry goods, in addition to its meats, sausages and charcuterie. Order online for pick up.

Candler Park Market

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The Candler Park neighborhood market is stocked with plenty of local pantry and refrigerator staples, paper products, flowers, wine, and beer. Grab a sandwich or burger to-go from the store’s deli counter. Online ordering available for the deli.

Bismillah Supermarket

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This market on Buford Highway sells groceries and pantry essentials, halal meats, and produce. Located next door, the cafe serves a menu of Bangladeshi food, including samosas, biriyani plates, curries, and chatpati and fuchka soup. There’s even hot wings, gyros, and cheeseburgers and fries on the menu here.

Oakhurst Market

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Open daily at 10 a.m., Oakhurst Market features fresh produce, milk, eggs, cheese, bread, meat, and pantry staples as well as prepared meals and deli sandwiches.

Tip Top Kosher Market Atlanta

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Tip Top Kosher Market looks more like a convenience store than a grocery and restaurant. The market offers a vast selection of Israeli products, including dairy, pantry staples, snack foods, skin and hair care products, and beer. After shopping, grab some fresh pastries like bourekas, one of the market’s salads, falafel and hummus, fried chicken schnitzel, or a panini from the small restaurant in back.

Oak Grove Market

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This small market and butcher shop features grocery essentials like bread, milk, eggs, and cheese in the cold cases. Prepared meals and other foods are also available. Oak Grove Market serves breakfast burritos and sandwiches in the morning and soups, sandwiches, and hot plates during lunch from its deli. Check out the daily specials here, too. Check Instagram for updates. Order dinners online for pick-up.

Supermercado Chicago

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Located at the Pinetree Plaza complex along Buford Highway, this expansive market sells groceries, produce, fresh meats, and other household supplies and pantry essentials. Make sure to order tacos from the counter in back of the store for takeout.

Buford Highway Farmers Market

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The sprawling market on Buford Highway includes everything from fresh produce and meats to foodstuffs, spices, and pantry goods from Mexico, Central and South America, West Africa, Japan, China, and Thailand.

Mediterranean Bakery

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Located on the northeast edge of the Perimeter (I-285 N), this bakery features a small store carrying imported staples like pickles, hummus, spices, and tobacco for the argileh (hookah) as well as freshly baked breads and baklava. The counter here also serves traditional Lebanese fare throughout the day, including hearty wraps stuffed with shawarma and falafel and two-person dinner specials in the evenings. Order at the counter for takeout.

Westview Corner Grocery

The independently owned Westview natural foods grocery is open daily for produce, pantry staples, household goods, and beer and wine. Be sure to follow on Instagram for market happenings, specials, and daily deals.

Star Provisions Market & Cafe

The westside Atlanta market and cafe, owned by chef Anne Quatrano, sells fresh-baked breads and pastries, charcuterie and assorted cheeses, fresh seafood, and locally made household goods and pantry staples. Star Provisions also serves biscuits, sandwiches, and a variety of bowls and boards during breakfast and brunch.

Floral Park Market

The congenial Berkeley Park neighborhood market on Trabert Avenue (located just up the street from Monday Night Brewing) is open for prepared meals, local produce, breads, and pies, pantry staples (like eggs, milk, cheese,) and other locally made foodstuffs. Be sure to check out the small gift shop and floral room before entering the market.

Atlanta State Farmers Market

Open daily, this is a one-stop shopping experience with 150 acres of stalls selling local produce, cheeses, and meat, prepared foods, peanuts and pecans, and dried goods and spices, along with other seasonal vendors and a garden center selling plants.

Carver Neighborhood Market

The southeast Atlanta market includes fresh produce, pantry goods, local foodstuffs, household supplies, and daily prepared meals. People can even order coffee online for pick-up. EBT accepted.

Jd's Summerhill Variety Deli

This small market in Summerhill carries canned good, snacks and drinks, and even fresh produce. Grab everything from burgers to wings to Jamaican fare from the deli here, too.

Lucy's Market

The Buckhead market includes fresh produce, prepared foods, wine, flowers, and other household goods. Some items can even be purchased online for curbside pick-up. Lucy’s now offers sandwiches, breads, and baked goods from marketplace Butterly ATL, part of Hopkins and Company. Gift baskets available.

Savi Provisions

All of Savi Market’s Atlanta area locations are open for online ordering for pick up. Savi carries pantry and refrigerator staples, deli selections, prepared foods, baked goods, and beer and wine. Delivery is also available from some locations, which also carry prepared meals and spices from restaurant and market Bhojanic.

Grant Park Market

The Grant Park neighborhood market is stocked with plenty of local pantry and refrigerator staples, paper products, flowers, wine, and beer. Grab a sandwich or burger to-go from the store’s counter-serve restaurant Gather. Online ordering available for Gather. There’s a takeout window, too.

Staplehouse

The award-winning restaurant on Edgewood Avenue has transformed into a neighborhood market selling everything from artisan pantry ingredients and bags of house-made dry pasta, to pastries, chocolates, and beer and wine. Order prepared food from the takeout menu or cheese and charcuterie at the counter, grab a bottle of wine, beer, or a cocktail and head out back to the covered patio or garden patio. Open Thursday through Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

El Progreso #14

El Progreso is one of those “in-the-know” kind of places in Atlanta. In addition to being a Mexican grocery and carniceria selling fresh produce and meats, the back counter serves some of the best tacos in town. Regulars swear by the beef barbacoa, spicy chorizo, and the al pastor. There’s even a small dining area here.

Little's Food Store

This Cabbagetown neighborhood market carries plenty of produce, pantry staples, household goods, and cold beer and wine. The shop offers local delivery to the neighborhood, too. Grab a biscuit sandwich at breakfast or a burger or hot dog and basket of fries from the lunch counter for lunch or dinner here, too. Follow on Facebook for daily updates.

Everyday Market

The small Old Fourth Ward market, located next door to sister restaurant Field Day, is open for wine, beer, prepared foods, and other local food goods and pantry items.

The Buttery ATL

Owned by chef Linton Hopkins and Gina Hopkins of Holeman and Finch and H&F Burger, this petite market sells fresh-baked pastries and breads, meal kits, local meats and cheeses, foodstuffs and pantry staples from local producers, and prepared sandwiches and meals.

The Spotted Trotter

The butcher shop on the edge of the Reynoldstown and Edgewood neighborhoods is open daily for meats, charcuterie, cheeses, and other dry goods. Order online for pick-up or delivery.

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Sevananda Natural Foods Market

The natural food co-op market in Little Five Points remains open daily for vegan, vegetarian, and local and organic food and pantry staples. Order online for pick-up.

Chop Shop

The local butcher shop and market in the Edgewood neighborhood sells eggs, cheeses, wine, and other local pantry goods, in addition to its meats, sausages and charcuterie. Order online for pick up.

Candler Park Market

The Candler Park neighborhood market is stocked with plenty of local pantry and refrigerator staples, paper products, flowers, wine, and beer. Grab a sandwich or burger to-go from the store’s deli counter. Online ordering available for the deli.

Bismillah Supermarket

This market on Buford Highway sells groceries and pantry essentials, halal meats, and produce. Located next door, the cafe serves a menu of Bangladeshi food, including samosas, biriyani plates, curries, and chatpati and fuchka soup. There’s even hot wings, gyros, and cheeseburgers and fries on the menu here.

Oakhurst Market

Open daily at 10 a.m., Oakhurst Market features fresh produce, milk, eggs, cheese, bread, meat, and pantry staples as well as prepared meals and deli sandwiches.

Tip Top Kosher Market Atlanta

Tip Top Kosher Market looks more like a convenience store than a grocery and restaurant. The market offers a vast selection of Israeli products, including dairy, pantry staples, snack foods, skin and hair care products, and beer. After shopping, grab some fresh pastries like bourekas, one of the market’s salads, falafel and hummus, fried chicken schnitzel, or a panini from the small restaurant in back.

Oak Grove Market

This small market and butcher shop features grocery essentials like bread, milk, eggs, and cheese in the cold cases. Prepared meals and other foods are also available. Oak Grove Market serves breakfast burritos and sandwiches in the morning and soups, sandwiches, and hot plates during lunch from its deli. Check out the daily specials here, too. Check Instagram for updates. Order dinners online for pick-up.

Supermercado Chicago

Located at the Pinetree Plaza complex along Buford Highway, this expansive market sells groceries, produce, fresh meats, and other household supplies and pantry essentials. Make sure to order tacos from the counter in back of the store for takeout.

Buford Highway Farmers Market

The sprawling market on Buford Highway includes everything from fresh produce and meats to foodstuffs, spices, and pantry goods from Mexico, Central and South America, West Africa, Japan, China, and Thailand.

Mediterranean Bakery

Located on the northeast edge of the Perimeter (I-285 N), this bakery features a small store carrying imported staples like pickles, hummus, spices, and tobacco for the argileh (hookah) as well as freshly baked breads and baklava. The counter here also serves traditional Lebanese fare throughout the day, including hearty wraps stuffed with shawarma and falafel and two-person dinner specials in the evenings. Order at the counter for takeout.

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