Atlanta’s Sweet Auburn Curb Market

The Sweet Auburn Curb Market located near the heart of downtown Atlanta serves up flavor from all over. The historic municipal market rents space to restaurants dishing the best in Caribbean, Venezuelan, African, plus American soul and comfort food. The independently owned restaurants host downtown business people, the staff of local hospitals, Georgia State University students, and the city’s immigrant communities alike. The local hot spots below are open Mon. – Sat. and hours vary but the market closes at 6 p.m. daily. SweetAuburnLogo

Afrodish

Operating in Atlanta for over 14 years, Afrodish brings the tastes of the Caribbean and West Africa to the metro area. Lunch specials include ox tail, stewed goat, curry chicken and jerk chicken. The fufu and egasi spinach soup is out of this world delicious.

Arepa Mia

Using fresh, locally sourced ingredients, Lisbet Hernandez creates tasty Venezuelan treats. Maybe put the avocado sauce (guasacaca) on EVERYTHING! Arepa Mia accepts cash, debit, Visa and MasterCard.

Metro Deli Soul Food

Macaroni & cheese, enough said? Probably not. Metro Deli is locally owned and pleases the locals’ cravings for southern favorites. If you need something quick fresh deli sandwiches do the trick. This restaurant starts serving breakfast at 8 a.m.

Sweet Auburn BBQ

Sweet Auburn BBQ began as one of Atlanta’s most popular food truck operations before setting up camp at the market. Ribs, chicken, pulled pork, savory sides… They are still driving Atlantans crazy with slow smoked BBQ. Catering available.

While you’re at the market pick up farm fresh produce, meat, seafood, and specialty items to create your own feast. The apartment homes of The Woods at Southlake are great for entertaining.

Posted on January 15, 2013, in Dining, Local, Reviews, Woods at Southlake. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Atlanta’s Sweet Auburn Curb Market.

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