Sweet Auburn Curb Market

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209 Edgewood Ave SE (at Bell St SE)
Atlanta, GA 30303
(678) 927-9401

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  • Download the interactive podcast 'In Their Words: Andrew Young on Auburn Avenue' for a guided stroll through one of the city's most influential streets.
  • The "Sweet Auburn" district's first settlement was on land formerly occupied by Union troops and was called "Shermantown" for many years.
  • Check out the newish coffee shop in here...
  • Do yourself a favor and eat at Grind House Burgers while you shop. Also auburn market is a great place to get good quality meats and vegetables. Hidden gem of downtown.
  • The Afrodish is AMAZING!!! Get the OxTails
  • Bring your parking ticket inside and you can get it validated by one of the vendors with any purchase for one hour of free parking. Otherwise, it's $3.00 for 0 to 30 minutes and up from there!
  • Great options for veggies and fruit...Grindhouse burger...cowboy style FTW....not sure about complaints..it's a farmers mrkt...not a Whole Food.
  • AfroDish is the bomb dot com
  • Only the 1st 30 minutes are free to park, with validation. After that, $3+.
  • If you like hot dogs give Yum Diggity a try!
  • *Afro Dish :) African & Caribbean Cuisine
  • Bring the kids to meet local children's author, Tiah Rodriguez-Crawl and get signed copies of her book, The Greatest Christmas Gift on Saturday, December 5th from 12 - 2 pm. #TheCurbMarket
  • Competition for parking is stiff but most eateries validate.
  • So much to choose from. Bell Street Burritos, Yum Diggity, Rawesome Juicery, Grindhouse Burgers, Sweet Auburn BBQ and Arepa Mia are all incredibly delicious. Visit all of them.
  • Great little market that provides affordable produce and lunch options for the businesses and GSU students in the area.
  • AfroDish has great Caribbean/African food. Their black eyeds have me hooked. They're spicy though. But good!
  • Sweet Auburn, what can you say. Extremely delicious food and wonderful ambiance. A must try!
  • Historic market interesting history. fresh food variety of local many start ups. Arepas, pizza, meat pies, deli,bookstore, pharmacy, tea, cooking school. created before food recently became popular.
  • We had a special trip to Sweet Auburn Market for tea tasting and it was perfect! Highly recommend it for a day of relaxation and fresh veggies to top it off! Tea tasting is called "Just add honey"
  • Love this place. Ride the free (for now) street car here to check it out and grab some lunch. You cannot go wrong with your options.