Welcome New Vendor “just add honey tea company”
Welcome to our new Sweet Auburn Curb Market Vendor – just add honey tea company. Owner, Brandi Shelton, was one of the Pop-up vendors on Auburn Ave., located at 71 Auburn Ave. NE, Atlanta, GA 30303.
While scouring places for tea, Brandy decided she would MAKE what she wanted. Combining flavors from around the world that was pleasing to the palate while still keeping it light and interesting, just add honey tea company was born.
Her ingredients are all natural, pure, and easily recognized. Nothing is changed or altered. Her mission is to bring thoughtfully blended teas to your doorstep.
Sweet Auburn Curb Market “Best Of”: Hotdogs, BBQ, Savory Pies, Arepa, Burritos, Burgers, Bakery, Juice, and the Framers Market!!!
We are not the only ones that think the food is great at the Market or the Market is awesome. Many of our eateries have won many awards for their food and the Market has been recognized internationally. Here is a sampling of some “Best Of.”
YumDiggity was voted #1 Best Hot Dogs in Atlanta by Zagat.
Sweet Auburn Barbque
Sweet Auburn Barbque was voted one of The 10 Hottest BBQ Restaurants in Atlanta by Zagat. They were #3 on the list.
They also on USA Today 10 Best BBQ list.
Panbury’s Double Crust Pies
Panbury’s has been voted by:
- Atlanta Magazine’s Best of Atlanta 2015: Best Savory Pie
- Creative Loafing: Top 100 Things to Eat Before you Die – Panbury’s Steak and Stout Pie.
- ZAGAT’S 30 Under 30
The Thrillist listed Arepa Mia in the The Atlanta Food Bucket List: 49 Things You Have to Eat Before You Die.
Bell Street Burritos
Bell Street Burritos was named one of the 10 Best Burritos in America by USA Today, and one of the 50 Best Restaurants in Atlanta by Atlanta Magazine.
Grindhouse Killer Burgers
Currently Grindhouse Killer Burgers is rated the Best Burger in Downtown Atlanta by the AJC. The poll was conducted by customers and divided by neighborhoods.
- Some past notable awards is the Best Veggie Burger in Atlanta
- Creative Loafing and winner of the Chili cook off Chomp and Stomp for its Brisket Chili
Sweet Auburn Bakery
The Sweet Auburn Bakery was listed in Zagat as #3 of the 7 Great Coffee Snacks in Atlanta.
Rawesome Juicery is a local juice bar located in Sweet Auburn Curb Market where it adds healthy energy to the Markets. Here you can purchase wraps, juices and smoothies. Its juice is made in-house in the large open kitchen that allows customers to watch the employees prepare your food and smoothies.
- Rawesome Juicery won Best of Atlanta 2015 in its section. (The Southerner Online).
- They also won Ebony’s – [URBAN ORGANIC] The Best Farmers Markets and Juice Bars in Atlanta.
- In addition they were voted by Yelp as Best juice for life in Atlanta, GA.
The Sweet Auburn Curb Market
The Sweet Auburn Curb Market has also been recognized.
- The Sweet Auburn Curb Market was voted by Creative Loafing as the Best Homegrown Food Court.
- The Market was voted #16 out of a list of 20 as the Best food markets around the world and was in the Top 10 Farmers Market in Metro Atlanta.
- The Market was also made the USA Today:
Nunn Betta Skins
One of our regular Table Vendors is Ronnie and Debbie Nunn, known as Nunn Betta Skins. They sell Pork and Chicken Skins. Nunn Betta is known for his Pork Skins. Ronnie Nunn has been cooking and selling Pork Skins for 8 years. Stop by the Market and let Nunn Betta flavor your Pork Skins, or purchase them plain.
Sweet Auburn Curb Market Film Screening and Panel Discussion – Atlanta History Center
130 West Paces Ferry Road
Atlanta, GA 30305
Thursday, February 4, 2016 @ 7:00 PM
The short film speaks with a variety of people who grew up around the market and still frequent it, and about the market has changed, and how it remains the same.
After screening the documentary, filmmaker, Katie King will be joined on stage by Melissa Booth Hall, Assistant Director of Southern Foodways Alliance, and vendors from the Sweet Auburn Curb Market to discuss its importance to the city of Atlanta, past and present.
This program is presented in partnership with the Southern Foodways Alliance.
The Sweet Auburn Curb Market will host a Mardi Gras event for registered participants on February 6, 2016 from 1pm to 5pm. This is a private event for registered participants.
- Free gift for the “First 50 registrations”
- Complimentary wine*
- Face Painting
- Photo Booth
- Mardis Gras Beads and Face Mask*
- Food Specials
*While supplies last
To stay connected to the event, go to Instagram and Twitter #MardiGrasStreetcarAdventure. For more info on the Atlanta Streetcar visit www.AtlantaStreetcar.com.
So far this year, we have hosted a birthday party for a group of four year olds, food demonstrations from GSU students, several business groups, and a craft fair on MLK Day, and hosted guest chefs.
In February, we will be a host site for the Streetcar Mardi Gras Adventure on the 6th and the location for an after-hour event on the 13th. With ready access to the streetcar, it can be included if desired.
During market hours, we have a 1,000 sq. ft. space that can be reserved. After hours, the entire market is available. In April we will host a wedding reception for 200 people.
If you’re looking for something completely unique with a strong connection to history, consider the Municipal Market for your next event.
Asian Cuisine Coming in February!
- Arepa Mia
- Bell Street Burritos
- just add honey tea company
- Grind House Killer Burger
- Metro Deli Soul Food
- Panbury’s Double Crust Pies
- Rawesome Juicery
- Sweet Auburn BBQ
- Tilapia Express
- Market Pharmacy
- Market Gift Shop
- Miss D’s Pralines
- Sisters Bookshop
- Sweet Auburn Bakery
- Atlantic Seafood
- Country Meat
- D & J Meat
- Porky Pig Market
- Country Produce
- Curb Produce
- Natural Produce
- S & H Produce