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Purchase SweetBucks
You can purchase Sweet Auburn Curb Market SweetBucks by emailing or calling 404-659-1665.
SweetBucks can be used to purchase from restaurants, produce, meats and seafood, and retail and specialty shops*.
The SweetBucks can be used through the year of 2016 with a 12/31/2016 expiration printed on the buck.
*Some restrictions may apply.

Minimum purchase amount is $20.00.






Second Locations

Vendors that started businesses in the market and now have additional locations are:

  • Panbury’s
  • Sweet Auburn Barbque
  • Bell Street Burritos
  • Grindhouse Killer Burgers
  • Arepa Mia



Panbury’s, located in the Sweet Auburn Curb Market, specializes in hand-held savory pies.
Their newest location is Downtown Atlanta, at Peachtree Center Mall in the Food Court.

They have a variety of meat pies, veggie pies, seasonal sweet fruit pies, sausage rolls, and mash potatoes are available daily at Panbury’s Downtown restaurants and online shop.

Panbury’s was voted the Best Savory Pie in Atlanta, by Atlanta Magazine in 2015. Co-owners Lauren Duxbury and Adam Panayiotou were also recognized in Zagat’s 2015 30 under 30 awards.

Sweet Auburn Barbque

SweetBBQThe Sweet Auburn Curb Market saw how much Atlanta loved the southern style BBQ with a twist and the guys were asked to open a permanent restaurant within the market, and thus the name “Sweet Auburn Barbecue” was born.
In order to handle the increasing volume of customers, the Poncey-Highlands location was opened. The address is:
656 North Highland Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30306




Bell Street Burritos

Bell_1The first outpost of the popular and acclaimed burrito shop, Bell Street has been at the Market since 2009, selling the best burritos, quesadillas and tacos in Atlanta. . 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.
The second location is at Midtown/South Buckhead.
1816 Peachtree Street Atlanta, GA 30309


Grindhouse Killer Burgers

grindGrindhouse Killer Burgers served its first customer in 2009, inside the Sweet Auburn Curb Market in Downtown Atlanta.
In 2011, Grindhouse expanded with the opening of its second, “flagship” 100+ seat location on Piedmont Avenue, a converted fueling station featuring a killer covered patio, giant Killer Burgers neon signage, and a full bar featuring it’s now infamous Boozy Shakes.

Grindhouse Killer Burger has locations on Piedmont Ave., Athens, GA, and the Airport and will be opening soon in Decatur, GA.


Arepa Mia

apreLis Hernandez started Arepa Mia through the Atlanta Underground Market in 2011, which brought her in contact with the Sweet Auburn Curb Market. Lis says, “Arepa Mia is about simple comfort, simple love, and simple food.”
The second location is in Decatur.
307 East College Ave Decatur, GA 30030




Atlanta Police Sub-Station

 policeAtlanta Police, Zone 5, will be opening a Sub-Station in the Sweet Auburn Curb Market. This Sub-Station will service Sweet Auburn and surrounding communities, and will house police bicycles and Segway’s for patrols. Beat officers will ride the Streetcar each day to begin and end each shift.
The Sweet Auburn area has not had a Sub-Station since the tornado destroyed their last location, March 2008. Welcome Atlanta Police!




Metro Deli Soul Food
mimiDid you know that at Metro Deli Soul Food you can purchase Mimi’s handmade Falafels and Vegan Lentil Soup?
A falafel is Middle Eastern street food of spiced mashed chickpeas or other formed into balls or fritters and deep-fried, usually eaten with or in pita bread. Pick some up and take them home for your next party or just for dinner. Mimi’s Falafels are gluten free with no preservative. Chat with Mimi’s if you need more information on her Falafels.
Also, at Metro Deli Soul Food during the winter months, you can purchase the best Vegan Lentil soup. Many people are looking for great soup, well look no further!

The guest book is in Atlanta hotels for guests to help them determine what to do while they are in the Atlanta. This book stays in the hotels through 2016. The following where_bookbusinesses within the Market are advertising:

  • Rawsome Juicery
  • Miss D’s New Orleans Style Candy & Popcorn
  • Arepa Mia
  • Sweet Auburn Curb Market


Baker Farm Collard Greens

BakerLocal Georgia Grown Collard Greens can be purchased year round at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market. During the months of November and December more than 8,000 cases or 250,000 pounds of locally grown greens will be sold at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market, more than any other retail location in Georgia. Baker farms in Ellenton, Georgia, produce most of those greens.



Holiday Hours
The Market will be open for Martin Luther King Holiday, which is Monday January 18. We are open normal hours, 8AM – 6PM.

Go to to keep up with regular hours and closings. They are posted on the Home Page. 

Craft Market 




The Municipal Market also known as the Sweet Auburn Curb Market will be open from 8am-6pm on MLK Day, January 18, 2016. Along with our eateries, produce, fish, and meat vendors, we will also be hosting a Craft Market. The Craft Market will feature “Locally Grown or Locally made items only.” You will find items such as:

  • Sweets
  • Packaged Foods
  • Candles
  • Jewelry
  • Jam& Jellies
  • Gift Baskets
  • Soaps & Lotions
  • And more…..

Stop by the Market on the Streetcar, as you make your way to the King Center. If you’re driving, parking is available at our Jessie Hill entrance. . Check our Facebook page for details.


Manager’s Message

As we start a new year, I would like to take the opportunity to thank all of the people who make the Market special.

The Municipal Market, a public market, serves the community by providing a place for small businesses to flourish; it is an outlet for affordable fresh food, while maintaining a balance of history and a reflection of current growth.

This would not be possible without the hard work of our merchants, their employees, and the management’s support team.

Most of the businesses inside the market are family owned and operated. They work ten to twelve hours a day, six and some seven days a week.

Small businesses are the backbone of our great country, and I am so proud to be a part of this particular group.

If you have a favorite merchant or an employee of a merchant, please send a note to

We will share your stories in the coming year.

Thank you,
Pamela Joiner



  • Afrodish
  • Arepa Mia
  • Bell Street Burritos
  • Metro Deli Soul Food
  • Panbury’s Double Crust Pies
  • Sweet Auburn BBQ
  • Tilapia Express
  • YumDiggity

Retail/Specialty Shops

  • Market Pharmacy
  • Market Gift Shop
  • Miss D’s Pralines
  • Rawesome Juicery
  • Sisters Bookshop
  • Sweet Auburn Bakery


  • Atlantic Seafood
  • Country Meat
  • D & J Meat
  • Porky Pig Market


  • Country Produce
  • Curb Produce
  • Natural Produce
  • S & H Produce


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