The Market will be closed on July 3rd and 4th and reopens July 5th. Have a safe and wonderful holiday
Three Cities Pizza – July Opening
THREE CITIES PIZZA is opening in July and will offer three different types of pizza, sold by the slice or pie.
Her: “I want the Detroit Pizza honey…what are you having?”
Him: “I only eat New York style.”
Her: “Well, you can have it your way.”
Him: “Then let’s get it to go!”
Three Cities pizza originates from:
New York: the most notable, is thin crust.
Chicago: known for its deep dish, (also has a thin flaky crust).
Detroit: lesser known, has a thick, bread type base crust.
Arepa Mia just celebrated their four year anniversary at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market. Let’s give them a big congratulation!
In addition to the four year anniversary, Arepa Mia also expanded their Decatur location. The Decatur location is now offering the following:
- Latin music monthly
- Sunday Brunch from 11am to 3pm
- Beer and wine
- Drink specials
Let’s Lunch – Children’s Healthcare Fundraiser
Children Healthcare wants to thank all the vendors and customers for participating in this year’s successful fundraising.
The total raised for the Let’s Lunch initiative was $2,030. AWESOME!
Congratulations to the first prize winner of the Children Healthcare fundraising; Miss D’s New Orleans’s Pralines and Popcorn team, with a total of $412.00!
Home Canning for Beginners Register Today!
Learn how easy it is to preserve seasonal food in your own kitchen in this hands-on workshop. You will learn how to preserve jams, pickles, and tomatoes.
Classes are Saturdays from 11AM to 12:30PM
- July 16 – Summer Series 1: Vidalia Onion Relish
- July 23 – Summer Series 2: Peach Jam
- July 30 – Summer Series 3: Tomato Salsa
- Pick 1: $30.00 each
- Pick 2: $25.00 each
- Pick 3: $20.00 each
Equipment is provided; your jars, food, etc.
You will take home 2 jars of each item canned, full instructions, and recipes!
To Register by email, send dates requested to email@example.com
Instructor, Lyn Deardorff, is a 40-year canner with advanced training in Food Processing and Preservation from the University of Georgia and holds a Master Canner Certification from Cornell University Extension Service.
You can register to vote at the Market on the following days in July.
Look for the red, white, and blue table.
Georgia State University Food Demo’s
Visit the Market on the 3rd Saturday of each month, from 11 AM to around 12:30 PM, to enjoy a food demo presented and prepared by Graduate Student in Dietetics and Department of Nutrition. July’s food demo was a Watermelon Salad.
Sisters Bookshop seeks Buyer
Tucked into a corner of Sweet Auburn Curb Market, is a bookstore, owned by the Culbreath sisters, Pam Culbreath and Caroline Walker.
Mounting family obligation and failing health led the sisters to hang a For Sale sign out front of the store. So far, she has not been able to attract a buyer for a “negotiable” asking price of $20,000.
The bookstore has a surprisingly eclectic selection of books for it size. Today, Sisters boasts special sections on African and Native American history, spirituality, literature, and history of Atlanta and the South. There are also piles of romance novels, cookbooks, self-help tomes, and children’s books
So, the price is right…the location right (inside a bustling market place near hospitals, GSU and local neighborhoods)… They just need the right person.
Pam Culbreath and Caroline Walker
290 Edgewood Ave. S.E.
Open Monday-Saturday, 10 am-6 pm
Small Business 101
Owning a small business is a wonderful way to make a living while doing something you love. It’s not for everyone. You seldom get off at 5 o’clock and head home to hang out with the family. You may leave at 5:00 PM, but make no mistake; you’re on call 24/7. It’s your baby.
You will get out of it as much as you put into it, both financial, as well as your effort. As a small business owner, you frequently have to fill multiple roles: Manager, bookkeeper, HR, sales, and janitorial.
If a pipe bursts, you will be the one who gets out of bed, calls the plumber and facilitates the cleanup. If your cook calls in sick, you may have to get in the kitchen.
Speaking of employees, you pay everyone before you pay yourself. Not only that, but if you have a bad month, you may have to skip a check. It’s not for the faint of heart.
On the other hand, it’s yours, you make the decisions. You decide what kind of product you want to produce. You set the level of customer service. If you’ve ever heard a fellow employee say, “What do I care, it’s not mine.” Now you know what that means. This business is yours. Surround yourself with people who feel the same way you do. Show them you take pride in what you do and reward them for the same.
Pam and her sister, Caroline had a dream to one day own a small bookstore. From selling at a table in 2009, expanding to a permanent space, to their move to the larger space, they struggled, as it grew.
Many of the small businesses located inside the market have gone on to open a second or third location in other parts of the city. They work harder than you can imagine. At the end of the day, you get out of your business what you put into it.
It’s your baby. Take care of it.
- 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
Three Cities Pizza Coming!