The Grant Park Farmers Market
- Don't forget your reusable grocery totes!
- Get there early for the best selection. Some items sell out fast Also the GA peaches from Pearson Farm are cheaper than the Watsonia peaches from SC and you get more more.
- If you forget to bring your cash, just go to the info tent and tell them you need to use the ATM. They process it there and give you tokens instead of cash.
- Make sure to get a strawberry lemonade from Revolution Doughnuts and a chocolate croissant from H&F. Check out WayPoint cheese, too.
- Sundays from April 29th to December 16th, 9:30am - 1:30pm. You won't want to miss all of the local food and other goods!
- Try the Goat Florentine Crape at the Crape Masters! It doesn't disappoint.
- Open every Sunday 9:30A-1:30P May through November.
- A revolution donut is always a great treat!
- First rate vegetables.
- The people are friendly and they have a lot of choices.
- great experience
- Great place to walk around on Sunday morning. Come around lunch and get a healthy bite to eat. Delicious.
- Find Georgia produce, meat, dairy, artisanal goods, all sorts of prepared food, and take-away goodies for a picnic in the park, plus local celebrity chef demos.
- Just had some bacon donuts and homemade oreo cookies. Unfortunately couldn't find any coffee.
- Bread, pastries, cheese, veggies, fruit, frozen watermelon slush, eggs, ginger ale -- it's all good!
- Go to Cavallera Bakery - the chocolate babka is amaaazing.
- If you love nature and living local you'll love our solar panel ststems!
- Lots of local goodness from local family farms and tons of food and drink options for breakfast, snacks and lunch! Chef demos every week and the peach jam is not to be missed!
- 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Sundays. The Grant Park community, along with nonprofit Community Farmers Markets, launched its own weekly event featuring produce and locally made artisan foods.
- Didn't see an ATM machine on-site. Walk up to Zoo Atlanta to use the Wells Fargo ATM.